Does Compliance end with a CCS?

4 May, 2021

The incorporation of Criminal Compliance System in companies is a practice that is becoming more widespread, both because of the consequences of not doing so and because of the extension of the ethical culture in business activity. On the one hand, the consequences focus on…

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The end of ‘La Verja’

4 January, 2021

Not everything has gone wrong in 2020; at least in the end, in extremis, what Schengen did not achieve for Gibraltar has been achieved by the Brexit. A border that is disconcerting because of its social involvement, which was totally closed from 1969 to 1982,…

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Limiting the price of housing rent

23 September, 2020

On Monday 21st September, the Law 11/2020 of 18 September on urgent measures to contain prices in housing leases was published in the DOGC (Official Gazette of the Catalan Government). The Catalan Government already approved in the past the Decree Law 9/2019 of 21st May,…

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Compliance in Covid’s time

21 July, 2020

Without a doubt, the experience of a pandemic such as the coronavirus has disrupted our society at all levels, testing us all, generating as many crises as opportunities; although it is proving difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel, we must…

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The new normality with enlargement of the ERTE employment files.

30 June, 2020

Last Saturday, the Royal Decree-Law 24/2020, on social measures for the reactivation of employment and protection of self-employment and competitiveness of the industrial sector, was approved, which was the result of a complicated pact with the relevant social factors for the extension of the ERTE…

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What about ICO loans?

3 June, 2020

Royal Decree Law 8/2020 of 17th March approved a State Guarantee Line of up to 100 billion euros to facilitate the maintenance of employment and alleviate the economic effects of the health crisis. Thus, in accordance with the established mechanism, the State guarantees with this…

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Justice during the Pandemic in Spain; a general scope.

28 May, 2020

The terrible Covid-19 pandemic in which we are involved, not only in Spain, but throughout the world, will have relevant legal consequences, as we already all know. The inevitable economic crisis derived from this pandemic will affect several legal aspects and principles. After my opinion, the most…

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Businesses and covid-19

14 April, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected business activities across practically the entire world, in a way that is directly proportional to these activities, with a greater impact upon closely-packed communities accustomed to greater interaction. Most countries’ governments have restricted—or completely halted—non-essential activities for a while. As…

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Guide to get ready for Brexit

23 September, 2019

On 5 September this year, the European Commission published a checklist to provide assistance for European businesses trading with the United Kingdom in the case of a “no-deal” Brexit scenario. It encourages companies to take measures to keep cross-border trade disruption to a minimum and…

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The limitation of the rental price on housing

28 May, 2019

As we told in previous posts related to the last reform of the Law for Urban Rents, in its Second Additional Provision, in relation to the rental price index, it was stated that the Autonomous Communities could define their own reference index in a specific…

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