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Schindhelm held a workshop on Tuesday, November 17th, 2020 on the topic "Investment in Germany " organized and hosted by the German Centre for Industry and Trade Taicang.
The recent jurisprudence of the Supreme Court opens the way for the review procedure of acts that are null and void in their own right for the self-settlements and settlements of Inheritance and Gift Tax in administrative proceedings that are contrary to the STJUE of September 3, 2014, which declared the discrimination in ISD of taxpayers who are not tax residents in Spain to be contrary to Community law.
We are pleased to announce that SCWP Schindhelm Services SE, alliance of European business law firms, has opened a new office in Paris. Our 230 lawyers at 29 locations in 14 countries will thus support you with international competence, commitment and valuable local experience in every one of your projects.
The Schindhelm Alliance opens a new office. It is located at Zygmunta Starego 11A in Gliwice. Responsible for the development of the new office is Marcin Śledzikowski, who was promoted to partner at SDZLEGAL SCHINDHELM. The new office in Gliwice is a confirmation of the current development direction of the Law Firm in the region of Upper Silesia and Opole.
The new Investment Control Act ("ICA") was passed by the Austrian National Council on 8 July 2020. This law regulates the review of foreign direct investment holdings in Austrian companies. It was enacted in connection with the EU FDI Screening Regulation ("Regulation"), which will be fully applicable as of 11 October 2020.
ECJ, judgment of 16.07.2020 C-311/18 ("Schrems II")
Data transfers from the EU to the US have always been a difficult process from a legal point of view. The ECJ has now struck down a data privacy pack used to establish an adequate level of data protection – the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Shield.