How to make the transition from face-to-face to virtual meetings: Business Development and Marketing Subcommittee guide, June 2021

Particularly in the legal profession, having face-to-face meetings are essential to build up and maintain a relationship with clients, members of staff and other persons important to your practice. For most of us this has changed drastically overnight when working from home became the norm.

Released on Jun 10, 2021

Portugal: cash pooling arrangements and exemption from stamp duty

For more than ten years, multinational enterprise groups operating in Portugal with cash pooling arrangements were faced with the interpretation that such intragroup financing was subject to – and not exempt from – stamp duty. In 2020, the country’s stamp duty code was amended to include a specific exemption applicable to cash pooling arrangements. The question is whether this will work in regard to cross-border arrangements and what remedies may be available.

Released on Jun 10, 2021

Co-chairs note - Technology Law Committee

A message from the Co-Chair of the Technology Committee from the June 2021 e-Bulletin

Released on Jun 09, 2021

Indian data laws that made the headlines

This article discusses the technology and data related developments which made headlines recently and have the potential of changing the way companies do business in India.

Released on Jun 09, 2021

The perspective of the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court on the right to be forgotten

Everyone has something in their life that they would like to simply erase from their memories. However, it is undeniable that while living in the information era and with today’s technology this may be difficult, as everything is recorded and registered and information spreads almost instantaneously around the world. The Brazilian Federal Supreme Court recently positioned itself with regards to the right to be forgotten.

Released on Jun 09, 2021