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On May 2, 2022, an announcement was published by the relevant authority in Shanghai regarding the requirements and conditions that companies in Shanghai must meet in order to resume work and production under the current lockdown.
LEGAL500 has published its report on the best law firms – in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) – by category. SDZLEGAL SCHINDHELM Public Procurement (TIER3) practice was among those honoured – exactly the year we celebrate our 20th anniversary.
The current isolationist policy, as well as the associated extremely strict entry restrictions and other coronavirus measures in the People's Republic of China, has for a long time presented a significant problem for European companies with Chinese subsidiaries: There is a creeping loss of control over the subsidiaries, since adequate control of the company by the European shareholder is no longer guaranteed on-location. In the following, we would like to provide an overview of the regularly occurring abuses, as well as best practice solutions for preventing these abuses and harm to company.
The income and wealth tax campaign for the 2021 tax year begins today, and taxpayers can now file their tax returns. The deadline for filing is 30 June, although the deadline for direct debit tax returns is 25 June.
At the beginning of the new year, Schindhelm attorneys at law Maurice Hartman and Philippe C. Bastian are opening their new office in a top location - 1 Faubourg Saint Honoré in the 8th arrondissement - next to the prestigious Rue Royale.
"ESG" is an abbreviation for "Environment", "Social" and "Governance". These are the categories of sustainability factors that will be subject to new standards in the future under the new sustainability reporting regulations. A new EU directive will change the requirements for some companies to publicly report certain non-financial information, including information on the company's environmental and social performance and impacts. The aim is to ensure that investors, civil society organisations and other interested parties have access to the information they need without imposing excessive reporting requirements on companies.