Archive for the Opinion articles Category

ECONOMICALLY DEPENDENT SELF-EMPLOYED WORKERS (TRADE)

Last February, the Minister of Work and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, announced a double offence to combat the issue of fake self-employed workers, a law that included legislative changes and granted certain controlling powers to the Work Inspectorate. The question that has arisen is, due to the

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HEALTH ALERTS AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

    The situation created by the Coronavirus in the last few days has caused some uncertainty about the measures to be adopted by companies and employers, both at the productive level and at the working level. If the collateral consequences directly affect the organization and economy

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Mobile World Congress: Who´s responsable for the damage done?

Mobile World Congress: Who´s responsable for the damage done?

The worldwide repercussion of the coronavirus is unstoppable. It has already taken the lives of more than 2,000 people in the country where it originated, China, and more than 70,000 people across the world have caught it, according to Europapress In light of all the international warnings,

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The Consequences of Brexit for the Spanish Property Market

The Consequences of Brexit for the Spanish Property Market

    Three and a half years after the referendum that was held on 23rd June 2016, the United Kingdom has finally left the European Union after having signed a withdrawal agreement. From now on, both parties must negotiate the terms of their future bilateral relations as

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Breakfast with Ambassadors

Breakfast with Ambassadors

Lupicinio International Law Firm is proud to have organized and hosted the “Breakfast with Ambassadors” event in collaboration with “Women in a Legal World” at its offices in Madrid last Thursday. We were very fortunate to hear from Elizabeth Adjei (Ghana), Koula Sophianou (Cyprus), Julie-Ann Guivarra (Australia),

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New Sanctions on Russia

New Sanctions on Russia

“The United States Treasury Department has imposed new sanctions on the Russian army for an alleged scheme carried out by the company Sovfracht in order to provide fuel to its armed forces in Syria in support of the Assad government. The plot was discovered by OFAC along

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Let´s shake our legal world. Let´s share our legal mind.

Lupicinio International Law Firm has created an unprecedented concept: “Boutique of Boutiques” or alternatively, Cluster of Boutiques. Why have we done this and what is it for? Global firms lose –slowly and silently– competitiveness to new boutiques. Spin offs (splits) of departments or qualified talents of global

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International Sanctions: New Developments August-September 2019

International Sanctions: New Developments August-September 2019

In this newsletter, we summarize and analyze the latest updates on the imposition of international sanctions by the United States and the European Union. It covers the latest developments in Cuba, Ukraine, Venezuela, Iran and Nicaragua, as well as sanctions on anti-terrorism. We also provide recommendations for companies when

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Enhanced Client Authentication (SCA) with online payments

Enhanced Client Authentication (SCA) with online payments

On September 11th, we learned of Banco de España’s decision to extend the period ending on the 14th to comply with the obligations of Delegated Regulation 2018/389. Banco de España (BdE) is thus making use of the extraordinary power granted by the European Banking Authority (EBA) to

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