Andersen has prepared a new edition of the European Guide to Support Employers, on the Remote Work in Europe
24. 02. 2023 In this publication, we address remote work in Europe and the legal solutions associated with it.
Žiga Sternad

Žiga Sternad

Senior Associate

Andersen has prepared a newsletter on M&A opportunities in the energy sector
01. 02. 2023 In this publication, we address “M&A Opportunities in the Energy Sector” as one of the topics that have special interest for companies with multinational activities, especially those doing business in Europe.
Maja Šubic

Maja Šubic

Partner

Tax aspects of employee benefits
20. 01. 2023 Andersen Slovenia presented the tax aspects of employee benefits, which include benefits for jubilee bonuses and severance pay on retirement.
dr. Mojca Gornjak

dr. Mojca Gornjak

Tax Director

Impact of inflation on accounting
20. 01. 2023 Andersen in Slovenia examined the impact of inflation on accounting. Inflation rates in the European Monetary Union are reaching and exceeding 10% yearly.
dr. Mojca Gornjak

dr. Mojca Gornjak

Tax Director

Andersen has prepared a newsletter on developments in the M&A market
05. 12. 2022 We live in a turbulent time still marked by the effects of the pandemic and mainly by the war in Ukraine, energy price hikes, lack of raw materials, supply difficulties, etc. All of these factors have a significant impact on developments in the M&A market.
Andersen has prepared a Newsletter about Litigation and Arbitration practice
24. 10. 2022 This Newsletter is dedicated to extraordinary change in economic relations. The Newsletter addresses two constructs that will be the most common basis for legal claims: the rebus sic stantibus clause and the force majeure clause.
Petra Plevnik

Petra Plevnik

Partner

Tax challenges in the cryptocurrency business
08. 06. 2022 Digital assets called virtual currencies or crypto-assets, usually based on cryptography and distributed ledger technology, include both payment cryptocurrencies, as the most widely used form of virtual currencies (e.g. bitcoin), as well as all other forms of cryptographic tokens (e.g. Virtual currencies) pose a major challenge for various regulators around the world due to their specific technological characteristics compared to other forms of assets.

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