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20 July 2021

During the warmer months of the year, employees plan vacations to take a break from their daily work for a while. In practice, however, there are often complaints that leave plans have not been implemented or that the employer does not agree with the employee's planned paid absence. To prevent...

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16 July 2021

Space exploration started more than fifty years ago from small steps in satellites assembly. Fifty years ahead and the world observes a tremendous boost in space technologies and number of space missions. Future of space exploration has become closer to humanity like never before.

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16 July 2021

Until now, if an entrepreneur committed a violation in the field of tax law, this was interpreted as an intentional act, namely, the presumption of guilt was applied. In April of this year, an important decision was made by the Constitutional Court, which will change this approach.

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14 July 2021

In anticipation of the end of the covid period and a return to normal "new" life, companies are noticeably worried about the future. Various development scenarios can be predicted, but the need to attract funding will certainly remain. E. Ragels propose to consider a set of measures that will...

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14 July 2021

The G7 plan of the world's most economically powerful countries to introduce a minimum corporate tax rate for global companies will allow countries to supplement their coffers with additional income, while raising many unanswered questions about how this will happen and when the new times will...

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30 June 2021

For almost a decade, the identity card of electronic identification cards (hereinafter – eID card) has become an essential part of everyday work. It not only facilitates travel within the European Union and the process of receiving various public administration services, but also allows...

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15 June 2021

Extensive amendments to the Commercial Law and other related regulatory acts aimed at ensuring a business-friendly and stable environment and modernizing the legal framework of joint-stock companies are currently being developed.

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21 May 2021

According to European Parliament and Council Directive 2018/843 virtual currencies are considered to be a representation of value and means of exchange and not a financial instrument. This is because virtual currencies are not issued or guaranteed by a public authority such as a central bank and...

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