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The 16th member of TEN – Grilc, Starc & Partners – Slovenia

Lawyers from Slovenia
The 16th member of TEN – European Network of Lawyers is Grilc, Starc & Partners, headquartered in Krsko, Slovenia, with a branch also in Ljubljana. They were represented at the annual reunion in Duisburg by the Legal Director Anto […]
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TEN has now members from 16 European Countries

Lawyers from switzerland
This year at the annual reunion held in June 16 in Duisburg, Germany, TEN welcomed two new members and we are therefore proud to announce that our organization has now members from 16 European Countries. Our first new member is Legal Ferrar […]
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Insolvency proceedings in the Netherlands


Information about bankruptcies can be found in the Central Insolvency Register (http://insolventies.rechtspraak.nl/). If the bankrupt is a company, bankruptcy reports will be published and are to be found in the Central Insolvency Register. […]
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Creditor’s rights in the Netherlands: attachment of assets


When a debtor fails to pay invoices, or commits an act on the bases of which damages can be claimed, creditors in the Netherlands are able to secure their claims by seizing the assets of the debtor. This system of prejudgement arrest is qui […]
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Debt rescheduling scheme for natural persons in the Netherlands


As of 1 December 1998, the Dutch Bankruptcy Act contains a debt rescheduling scheme for natural persons. Section 284 of the Dutch Bankruptcy Act provides that a natural person may apply for an order for the implementation of a debt reschedu […]
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Suspension of payments in the Netherlands


In case of a suspension of payments a debtor is given temporary relief against its creditors. The objective of the proceeding is to provide an instrument for reorganisation and continuation of (partially) viable businesses in financial dist […]
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Assignment of shares in case of an LTD – required documents


In case of limited liability companies, shareholders may assign their shares. This assignment procedure may be performed by a Romanian lawyer. A consequence of such a share assignment is that the assignor – the person assigning his shares […]
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Bankruptcy in the Netherlands


1.1 Opening of the proceeding Bankruptcy can be petitioned for by one or more of the creditors of the debtor (involuntary filing), by the debtor himself (voluntary filing), or in the exceptional case the public interest so requires, by the […]
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Limited Companies in Denmark


Types of limited companies in Denmark There are three (3) different types of limited companies in Denmark, comprising of: Public Limited Company (A/S shorten for Aktieselskab) Private Limited Company (ApS shorten for Anpartsselskab) Entrepr […]
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Is Polish jurisprudence in relation to the CMR convention favourable for carriers or for cargo inte


I have always a problem with that question. I would like to give a sure and firm answer that Polish jurisprudence is pro carriers or pro cargo interests but I can’t. For the last couple of years my answer has been that Polish jurisprudenc […]
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How to register a Trademark in Finland?

trademark registration finland
In Finland, the Register of Trademarks is administered by the Patent and Registration Office (PRH). According to the Finnish Trademarks Act, a trademark must be capable of distinguishing its propietor’s from those of others to be eligible […]
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Anti-social Media: Comments on Facebook can have damaging consequences

Comments on Facebook can have damaging consequences
Private Profiles but Public Comments Recently a senior lawyer was reprimanded for a sexist comment, a young man was assaulted by his ex-wife’s new partner and a man was sacked for being rude about his employer. Not entirely unusual, but y […]
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