• Tax Newsletter – April 2024

    We analyze the main news, judgments, resolutions and regulations in the latest issue of the Tax Newsletter.
  • Criminal proceedings and the right to be forgotten: until when can the personal data of convicted persons be published?

    A person involved in criminal proceedings may acquire what has come to be known as "supervening notoriety" and have to accept that his or her identity will be disseminated. However, after a number of years, the question arises as to the possible removal of this negative information
  • This is the Artificial Intelligence Strategy in the Strategic Plan of the Spanish Tax Agency

    El Plan Estratégico de la Agencia Tributaria española establece los principios que deberán guiar el uso de la inteligencia artificial para la prevención y lucha contra el fraude fiscal. Se echan de menos, no obstante, referencias expresas a derechos de los contribuyentes y principios (como los de transparencia y proporcionalidad, o el de no discriminación) ampliamente reconocidos y cuya protección resulta esencial en este ámbito.
  • Severance payments in the European context

    Despite unfounded rumors, the Council of Europe has not yet ruled on the complaint filed by UGT against the compensation system in Spain. These rumors are creating enormous confusion and are based on highly questionable arguments.
  • European Parliament gives green light to Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence

    The directive regulates companies’ obligations relating to actual and potential adverse human rights and environmental impacts, liability for breaching such obligations and the requirement that companies adopt and put into effect a transition plan to mitigate climate change.
  • The European Union gives a new boost to the directive promoting the repair of products to foster the circular economy

    This new regulation, which is part of the Circular Economy Action Plan, seeks to foster more sustainable consumer habits and business models.
  • Regulation prohibiting products made with forced labor from entering the EU market approved

    The European Commission will set up a database of specific geographic areas or products where there is a risk of forced labor.
  • Labor and Employment Newsletter - April 2024

    En la Newsletter Laboral de Garrigues recopilamos las novedades legales más relevantes en el ámbito del derecho del trabajo en España.
  • Tax Newsletter - March 2024

    We analyze the main news, judgments, resolutions and regulations in the latest issue of the Tax Newsletter.
  • Occupational risk prevention, in adaptation phase to a new working environment

    Close to the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, we review some of the challenges posed by occupational risk prevention and its regulation, such as, for example, achieving its true integration into company management, the framework of corporate responsibilities, considering different types of companies or the preventive legal status of self-employed workers.