Austrian law requires notifying transactions to the competition authorities in some unexpected circumstances. In this article, Astrid Ablasser-Neuhuber and Kajetan Rozga discuss four common pitfalls of Austrian merger control law that can lead to a missed or delayed filing.
Knowing how to spot these risks and when to seek the expertise of local counsel can help in avoiding the negative consequences of a late filing on the deal as well as a potentially costly and distracting failure-to-file proceeding.
The 32nd bpv Huegel-Breakfast Briefing dealt with the location surcharge for indicative rent.
The new directive concerning contracts for the supply of digital content and digital services (”Directive”) will come into force on 11 June 2019. Member States are required to transpose the provisions of this Directive in their national law by 1 July 2021.
A settlement was reached between Constantia Flexibles and the former minority shareholders in the complex and long-standing price review proceedings of the squeeze-out compensation.
Check out the first issue of European Competition Developments for the latest on current events in competition policy and enforcement in Europe put together by our counsel Kajetan Rozga.
Gerald Schachner and Kornelia Wittmann, partners at bpv Huegel, and attorney-at-law and tax advisor Nicolas Wolski are the authors of the Austrian chapter “The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review”.
Current ECJ ruling on working time recording
The 31st bpv Huegel-Breakfast Briefing dealt with current antitrust challenges for companies in the digital context.
Die renommierten Wiener Bilanzrechtstage 2019 hatten das Generalthema „Organe von Unternehmen in Recht und Rechnungswesen“ aus gesellschafts- und steuerrechtlicher Sicht.
Enhancing the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of the legal technology ecosystem has become, with the rise of blockchain technology, a vital need for companies.