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When is privacy not something to keep quiet about? New EU privacy rules are on the way

Technology advancements have fundamentally altered how organizations collect, use and manage data. In light of this, in 2012 the European Commission embarked on a process to both update, simplify and bolster privacy regulations, and allow EU residents to resume control over their personal data. 102 more words

EU

Too Big

There should be absolutely no need for the phrase, “too big to fail.” If a corporation is too big to fail, then it is too big. 229 more words

Politics

New Law Enabling a Quicker Process to Incorporate China Subsidiaries

China is easing its claws on JVs and fully foreign owned entities. Let’s stay tuned on the new Negative list.

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Corporate Law

THE MODERNISATION OF LUXEMBOURG COMPANY LAW: CHANGES TO SHAREHOLDER MEETINGS

Majority of capital replaces the double majority (capital and shareholders) + shares transfer is allowed by 75% of share capital, instead of the majority of shareholders+shareholders meetings are compulsory is there are 60 or more shareholders, instead of 25+convening notices can be sent by any means, instead of mail, if the company issued only registered shares among the main novelties.

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Corporate Law

Understanding Incorporation Requirements

Understanding incorporation requirements:

In order to incorporate a business, you must file a company formation documents with the state of the government. Unlike a sole ownership or general partnership certificate, both of which are form as soon as the owner or owners conducting business, a corporation law or LLC must be created with the state, and each state has its own incorporate requirements. 86 more words

Update on the New Saudi Arabian Companies Law and SAGIA Announcements

New Saudi Arabian Company Law: already existing companies have one year to implement such new regulation, involving, among the others, simplified filing to incorporate a business and entities wholly-owned by foreign ones.

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Corporate Law

NON-UK COMPANIES TO BE PROSECUTED FOR FAILING TO PREVENT "ECONOMIC CRIME" ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD

Even non U.K. companies dealing with U.K. ones can be fined for economic crimes (fraud, false accounting, theft, money laundry etc.) which can overlap with prior definition in English Law.

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Corporate Law