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General Meetings in the Era of the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic

In an article published by CEE Legal Matters, Partner at our law firm Katja Šumah and Associate Luka Ržek analysed new legislation which introduced the option of “virtual” general meetings, complementing the existing regulation of electronic general meetings, in order to enable general meetings in the era of the epidemic when the rules of social [...]

General Meetings in the Era of the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic2021-01-12T12:44:14+00:00

The Parus Foundation has received an award from the Association of Slovenes Educated Abroad

On December 26, 2020, the Association of Slovenes Educated Abroad (Association VTIS) presented the VTIS LETA 2020 award to the Parus Foundation in the premises of the Presidential Palace, where the President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor hosted the traditional annual meeting of the association. The Association presents the award to organisations and [...]

The Parus Foundation has received an award from the Association of Slovenes Educated Abroad2021-01-04T14:46:04+00:00

Main keys of the Free Trade Agreement signed by the EU and the United Kingdom in connection with VAT, Customs and Excise Duty

On December 30, 2020, the European Union and the United Kingdom signed an agreement that will make it possible to regulate the future of trade relations with the United Kingdom after the end of the transitional period on December 31, 2020. Our colleagues from the Madrid office of Andersen Spain have prepared an overview of [...]

Main keys of the Free Trade Agreement signed by the EU and the United Kingdom in connection with VAT, Customs and Excise Duty2020-12-31T09:29:22+00:00

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia repeals provisions of the Tax Procedure Act on taxation of undeclared income

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia has decided to repeal provisions of the third and fourth paragraph of Article 68.a the Slovenian Tax Procedure Act, which provide for taxation of undeclared income at 70% tax rate, which exceeds regular maximum 50% personal income tax rate and enable the taxation of undeclared income originating [...]

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia repeals provisions of the Tax Procedure Act on taxation of undeclared income2020-11-13T08:56:41+00:00