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  • GRP Rainer Rechtsanwälte – Experience in directors’ liability cases

    GRP Rainer Rechtsanwälte – Experience in directors’ liability cases

    Published: 05 Jun 2018

    Managing directors of a GmbH, a type of German private limited company, may be liable in the event of insolvency. A common bone of contention is the matter of payments made by the managing director after the onset of insolvency. We at the commercial law firm GRP Rainer Rechtsanwälte note that a GmbH managing director’s risk of being faced with personal liability can materialize even in case...

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  • Facilitating FPIs

    Facilitating FPIs

    Published: 04 Jun 2018

    Ever since India registered a significant jump from 130th place to 100th place in the World Bank Ease of Doing Business Report, the central government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have re-examined certain norms related to overseas investors – the objective being to encourage overseas investors to invest more funds in India and to sustain the prospect of ease of doing business sentiment in I...

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  • Planning a Booster shot for Indian GDP

    Planning a Booster shot for Indian GDP

    Published: 02 Jun 2018

    In the recent past, the central government has introduced various reforms in different sectors with the intent to fortify the development of the nation economy and generate more job prospects for the unemployed and underemployed. The latest in this series is that the central government is started working with different countries with the primary emphasis on development of diversified technologie...

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  • E-governance in administration

    E-governance in administration

    Published: 01 Jun 2018

    With the advancement of the information technology, e-governance is receiving prominence and attention like never before in the administration of the government. Technology is being integrated into most of work processes employed by the government to conduct the government administration via e-governance. The objective of e-governance is to reduce the paper work as part of government go-green an...

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  • Legal Shorts 01.06.18 including ESMA final report on suitability requirement guidelines under MiFID II

    Legal Shorts 01.06.18 including ESMA final report on suitability requirement guidelines under MiFID II

    Published: 01 Jun 2018

    Welcome to Legal Shorts, a short briefing on some of the week’s developments in the financial services industry. If you would like to discuss any of the points we raise below, please contact me or one of our other lawyers.   020 7585 1406 claire.cummings@cummingslaw.com www.cummingslaw.com Updated privacy policy for Cummings Law Cummings Law has updated its privacy policy in ...

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  • Legal Shorts 01.06.18 including ESMA final report on suitability requirement guidelines under MiFID II

    Legal Shorts 01.06.18 including ESMA final report on suitability requirement guidelines under MiFID II

    Published: 01 Jun 2018

    Welcome to Legal Shorts, a short briefing on some of the week’s developments in the financial services industry. If you would like to discuss any of the points we raise below, please contact me or one of our other lawyers.   020 7585 1406 claire.cummings@cummingslaw.com www.cummingslaw.com Updated privacy policy for Cummings Law Cummings Law has updated its privacy policy in ...

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  • Hybrid securities to propel Startups

    Hybrid securities to propel Startups

    Published: 31 May 2018

    The startup culture in India can propel significant economic growth in the Indian economy. Recent emphasis on a digital economy as well as technical innovations such as cashless transactions, digitisation of consumer services, etc. have revolutionised the entire functioning of the country’s economy. Considering this and contemplating the shape of things to come, the Indian government is focussin...

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  • GRP Rainer Rechtsanwälte – Valuating the compulsory portion

    GRP Rainer Rechtsanwälte – Valuating the compulsory portion

    Published: 31 May 2018

    Spouses and children are entitled to the compulsory portion of an estate even if the testator fails to account for them in his or her will. That being said, the compulsory portion has to be claimed. In the absence of a will or contract of inheritance, the rules of intestate succession apply. These may not be consistent with the testator’s wishes for various reasons. With the help of a testamenta...

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