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Dr. Alexandra Schluck-Amend
Cash Pool­ing
Today on World Youth Skills Day, we are re­minded that edu­ca­tion is...
Ol­ex­an­der Mar­tin­en­ko writes an art­icle on Ex­pro­pri­ation for The In­vest­ment Treaty Ar­bit­ra­tion Re­view.  To read the art­icle in full, please down­load the PDF.
10 July 2017
Monaco law firm joins CMS
Ukraine: cross-bor­der loans and for­eign cur­rency pur­chase reg­u­la­tions...
The Na­tion­al Bank of Ukraine (the “NBU”) has ex­ten­ded the list of ex­cep­tions to the pro­hib­i­tion on the early re­pay­ment of cross-bor­der loans and sim­pli­fied pro­ced­ure for re­pat­ri­ation of for­eign in­vest­ments.
Your in­tro­duc­tion to CMS
Con­tract­or claims for delay and dis­rup­tion caused by third parties
A de­cision of the Scot­tish Court of Ses­sion earli­er this month has con­sidered a con­tract­or’s en­ti­tle­ment to claim against third parties re­spons­ible for caus­ing delay and dis­rup­tion to on-site con­struc­tion activ­it­ies.
CMS - Facts & Fig­ures
China Monthly TMT Up­date – Ju­ly 2017
Draft guideline for the es­tab­lish­ment of na­tion­al in­dus­tri­al sys­tem of telemat­ics is pub­lished The Min­istry of In­dustry and In­form­a­tion Tech­no­logy and the Stand­ard­isa­tion Ad­min­is­tra­tion of China have jointly pub­lished the Draft Guideline for the Es­tab­lish­ment.
In­ter­act­ive Guide to On­line Gambling Reg­u­la­tion in...
NHR re­gime | Di­vidends from Dubai
Fol­low­ing a lit­ig­a­tion pro­ced­ure filed re­cently to chal­lenge a per­son­al in­come tax (“IRS”) as­sess­ment of 35% on di­vidends re­ceived from Dubai by a tax res­id­ent in­di­vidu­al eli­gible for the spe­cial tax re­gime ap­plic­able to non-ha­bitu­al res­id­ents (“NHR”), the.
CMS ad­vises ABB on the ac­quis­i­tion of KEYMILE’s...
Up­dated and ex­ten­ded ver­sion of CM­S' Cash Pool­ing bro­chure cov­er­ing...
Cor­por­ate of­fences of fail­ure to pre­vent the fa­cil­it­a­tion of tax eva­sion...
On 12 Ju­ly 2017, The Crim­in­al Fin­ances Act 2017 (Com­mence­ment No. 1) Reg­u­la­tions 2017 (the “Reg­u­la­tions”) were laid be­fore Par­lia­ment, bring­ing in­to force the new cor­por­ate crim­in­al of­fences of fail­ure to pre­vent the fa­cil­it­a­tion of tax eva­sion with ef­fect.