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Mr. Vincent Wellens

CJEU doesn't like the taste of copyright

Today, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") decided that the taste of a food product is not eligible for copyright protection.

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Mr. David Giabbani

CDD requalifié en CDI – licenciement oral (oui)

L’article L.121-2 du Code du travail pose le principe général, selon lequel le recours au contrat à durée indéterminée est le principe en droit du travail, de sorte que le recours au contrat à durée déterminée constitue l’exception.

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Mr. Thierry Charon

CJEU: VAT on share disposal costs recoverable in certain cases

VAT on costs incurred in connection with an envisaged share disposal is in principle not recoverable. However, if the reason for the disposal lies in the VAT taxed activities of the parent company, VAT on the disposal costs may be recoverable. 

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Mrs. Isabelle Charlier
Ms. Anne Klees

Business Licence Reform in Luxembourg: What's New?

On 30 July 2018, the law of 18 July 2018 (the “Law of 2018”) amending the law of 2 September 2011 regulating access to the craftsman, tradesman, industrialist and certain liberal professions (the “Law of 2011”) entered into force in Luxembourg.

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Mr. Fabien Debroise

Capital Call Facilities – LPA and side letter review

"Capital call" facilities (also known as "subscription line" facilities) are facilities made available to funds (often on a revolving credit basis and for general working capital purposes) which are secured against the uncalled capital commitments of the investors in the fund including:

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Ms. Virginie Liebermann
Ms. Corina Ciornîi
Ms. Manon De Timary

GDPR in Luxembourg : the date protection act

The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) took direct effect in Luxembourg on 25 May 2018, but since it allows EU Member States latitude in specific areas, 

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Mr. David Giabbani

Licenciements successifs – arrangement entre parties – arrangement equivoque

Si un employeur qui a résilié le contrat ne peut plus revenir unilatéralement sur sa décision, il est néanmoins admis que les parties peuvent d’un commun accord, considérer un licenciement intervenu comme non avenu 

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Useful details concerning competition law inquiries

Useful details concerning competition law inquiries

A request for information, issued by the Designated Advisor to the Competition Council in the context of an investigation of anti-competitive practices, is not subject to an action for annulment before the Administrative Tribunal

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Mr. Benoît Rose

Focusing on Funds - AIFMD pre-marketing proposals

This Focusing on Funds update looks at the hot topic of funds marketing and proposals for a pre-marketing regime for alternative investment funds. 

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Mr. Olivier R. Hoor
Mr. Andreas Medler

The German Federal Tax Court limits German CFC rules and anti-abuse provisions to wholly artificial arrangements

In a decision of the German Federal Tax Court (GFTC) from 13 June 2018 (Decision I R 94/15 published on 17 October 2018), the GFTC ruled, among other things, that the German rules on controlled foreign companies (CFC) are not applicable if a foreign CFC is performing a genuine economic activity.

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