Legalization of foreign documents - the facilities that should come with the Apostille of the Hague Convention
Brasil, September 1st 2016 | Brazilians demanding national documents to be valid abroad know the bureaucratic ordeal that they must face. The perspectives, however, are encouraging in view of the fact that the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (“the Hague Apostille Convention”) will come into force in Brazil.
Transfer of foreign brands used in India – not taxable in India
New Delhi, July 27th 2016 | The Delhi High Court in the matter of CUB Pty Limited has held that the situs of an intangible asset would be the situs of the owner of that asset, irrespective of the fact that the intangible asset under consideration is deriving its value through brand development and nurturing exercises in India.
In this case, the owner
Hanover, July 15th 2016 | Legal questions regarding Digital Economy were the topic of this year’s Alliuris Summer School program that took place in Hannover. Twenty young lawyers from Europe, USA, Brazil, Russia and China were guests at Herfurth & Partner and dealt with questions concerning Industry 4.0, digital work, international copyright, data protection in the EU and the USA, data ownership and cybercrime. The lawyers analysed how companies work together while engaging in an intensive data exchange. They developed basic points about
Barcelona, June 1st 2016 | A new edition of the Marco Legal´s Newsletter (2nd trimester 2016) has already been published. Here we will find current topics about new Law Enforcements in Spain, such as the one concerning capital gains due to a change of residence, so-called “exit tax”.