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Short news COVID 19 – Launch of the 2nd phase of the de-confinement from 02 June 2020

Miscellaneous - June 17, 2020

June 2, 2020 was considered the next phase of the de-confinement in France, which was initiated on May 11. This has taken the form of further easing of restrictions on freedom of movement, return to schools, colleges and high schools, the reopening of bars, restaurants and cafés, parks and gardens and the resumption of cultural […]

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France – a cautious recovery

Miscellaneous - May 15, 2020

The gradual de-confinement began on Monday, May 11. At the same time, the French government has decided to extend the state of health emergency, which has repercussions in the field of the Judicial. The modalities of de-confinement First of all, it should be noted that France is split in two parts according to the health […]

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THE SITUATION OF COMPANIES IN FRANCE – To an improvement on May 11th?

Miscellaneous - April 30, 2020

Because of the confinement measures taken to contain the Covid-19 epidemic, the situation of French companies is now worrying. In 2020, France will experience its worst year of economic recession since the end of the Second World War. Although the deconfinement is scheduled for May 11th, as announced on April 13th, its terms and conditions […]

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LA REPRISE D’ACTIVITE EN FRANCE, une opération complexe et encadrée pour le repreneur, un outil de rétablissement pour le cédant

Miscellaneous - April 7, 2020

Pour le repreneur, investir dans la reprise d’une activité peut s’avérer être un pari gagnant, encore faut-il maîtriser les rouages et la technicité du droit des entreprises en difficulté. Du côté du cédant, ce mécanisme est souvent le moyen de rebondir et de sortir d’une situation périlleuse, encore trop perçue comme un échec dans la […]

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TAKE OVER OF ASSETS IN FRANCE

Miscellaneous - April 7, 2020

Investing in the takeover of assets in France can be an advantageous operation for both the purchaser and the seller if you are ready to be familiar with the technicalities of French Bankruptcy law. Advantages of takeover of assets: It is the opportunity to acquire a complete and autonomous branch of activity: For a low […]

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Coronavirus – COVID 19

Miscellaneous - April 7, 2020

WHAT TYPE OF STATE AID BY THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT IS AVAILABLE ? Due to the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on economic activity, the French government has announced multiple State aids for companies in difficulties during this crisis. Especially smaller businesses as well as liberal and independent professionals, who are affected the most, shall benefit […]

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HOLOCAUST ERA LOOTED ART

Miscellaneous - December 17, 2019

Indemnities in excess of 12 M € awarded to art collector heirs In 2016 rothpartners lodged a claim against the French government in order to recover and /or seek indemnification for artworks and other assets that were looted during the Nazi Occupation of France. The claim was lodged before the French Restitution Committee, the CIVS […]

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Berlin supervisory authority issues first multimillion fine in Germany under GDPR

Miscellaneous - December 17, 2019

On November 5, 2019 the Data Protection Authority of Berlin announced that it imposed a 14,5 million administrative fine against the German real estate company Deutsche Wohnen SE for storing personal data without legal grounds. In Berlin, Deutsche Wohnen SE owns around 116,000 apartments and is one of the most popular real estate company throughout […]

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Data Protection in France and Germany – a 9 months review

Miscellaneous - April 16, 2019

The insecurity was great on 25 May 2018, when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force across Europe. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in particular were afraid of the huge bureaucracy and costs involved. In fact, despite a two-year transition period and the big announcement, many latecomers did not adapt their regulations in […]

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European public procurement after Brexit : what are the prospects for United Kingdom ?

Miscellaneous - April 16, 2019

Since the British Government notified the European Council of its intention to leave the European Union and the withdrawal procedure provided for in article 50 TFEU has been initiated, there is a risk that the United Kingdom will be excluded from European public procurement in the absence of an agreement. The future of the UK with […]

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