Whistleblowing channels at companies in Spain: the key aspects of the new law protecting whistleblowers from all angles
La nueva Ley de protección al informante obliga a las empresas a contar con un canal de denuncias. Lo analizamos desde diferentes puntos de vista (laboral, protección de datos, penal, gobierno corporativo y prevención del blanqueo de capitales).
Tax Newsletter - April 2023
Both judicial bodies question the different tax treatment granted to real estate funds and hedge funds depending on whether or not they are residents. We analyze it in our Tax Newsletter.
The challenges posed by the European Directive on minimum taxation for enterprises
Enterprises are facing one of the most important new tax developments in the last years due to the Directive which establishes a global minimum tax of 15% for large groups operating in the EU.
The Mexican Senate has approved an initiative to reform the Securities Market Law and the Investment Funds Law
The initiative, which envisages some important changes aimed at making the Mexican stock market more flexible, must continue its legislative passage and may undergo amendments before being definitively approved.
The key elements of the new Spanish Securities Markets Law
The new Law approved systematizes and reorganizes the Spanish securities market regulation, adapts it to the recent provisions in several European directives, particularly in the area of crypto-assets and distributed ledger technologies, and…
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Garrigues Sustainable Newsletter - April 2023
In this newsletter we compile the most relevant legal news on ESG matters in Spain, from all angles of business law.
New CJEU ruling on damages arising from collusive conduct: legal costs in 'antitrust' litigation and requirements for the judicial estimation of damages
The CJEU rules on the fifth question for preliminary ruling referred by a Spanish court in relation to proceedings for damages arising from the truck manufacturers' cartel.
Challenges and new legislation in the labor field: How to tackle the trend towards reducing working hours and low productivity levels in Latin America
In this article we look at the current working hours and those under discussion in Chile, Colombia, Peru and Mexico, and their implications on productivity levels.
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