Posts Tagged ‘EU’

24
Aug

Following is part 6 of our series on current European Union sanctions against the Russian Federation. Before continuing, be sure to catch up on our previous posts regarding sanctions against the Russian Federation: Post 1:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – AN OVERVIEW Post 2:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – MARCH 2022 Post 3: EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – ...

08
Aug

Following is part 5 of our series on current European Union sanctions against the Russian Federation. Before continuing, be sure to catch up on our previous posts regarding sanctions against the Russian Federation: Post 1:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – AN OVERVIEW Post 2:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – MARCH 2022 Post 3: EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – ...

30
Jun

Following is part 3 of our series on current European Union sanctions against the Russian Federation. Before continuing, be sure to catch up on our previous posts regarding sanctions against the Russian Federation: Post 1:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – AN OVERVIEW Post 2:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – MARCH 2022  Post 3: An Overview of the April and June ...

27
Jun

Following is part 2 of a series of posts we will be publishing over the coming days and weeks on current European Union sanctions against the Russian Federation. Before continuing, be sure to catch up on our previous post regarding sanctions against the Russian Federation: See also Post 1:  EU SANCTIONS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – AN OVERVIEW Post 2: An Overview of ...

22
Jun

Following is part 1 of a series of posts we will be publishing over the coming days and weeks on current European Union sanctions against the Russian Federation. An Overview Since March 2014 following Russia’s occupation of Crimea and parts or Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts (administrative districts) of Ukraine, the European Union has imposed a number of restrictive measures against the Russian ...

11
Mrz

Date: March 27, 2019 9:00– 11:00 a.m. Grand Hotel Vienna / Ball Room Kärntner Ring 9, 1010 Vienna One Belt One Road Ambassador Breakfast Programme and Invitation Event Registration Programme Ambassadors Breakfast 9:00 a.m.: Start 9:30 a.m.: Introductory words by Prof. Mag. Gertrud TAUCHHAMMER                     and Prof. Dr. Georg ZANGER, MBL. HSG 9:32 a.m.: Keynote Speeches by the members of the panel 9:45 a.m: discussion with the panel speakers ...

16
Jan

Taking Cooperation to the Digital Age, a high-level forum on Africa and Europe, was held in Vienna on 17-18 December 2018, and initiated by Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda. The forum took place as Austria’s third term as President of the Council of the European Union comes to an end. High level officials from the European Union ...

21
Jul

Shortly before end of 2014, Serbian National Assembly adopted new Energy Law (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia” no.145/2014, “Energy Law”), the main feature of which was, as we noted in the December edition of Client Alert, the harmonisation of Serbian energy legislation with the Third Energy Package of the EU. The subject matter of this Legal Insight shall, ...

04
Nov

Companies use trademarks to distinguish themselves and their goods or services in the vast and challenging sea of competitive markets. Trademarks have become a symbol of quality and a tool to encapsulate value. By building on consumer confidence, they are a sign of a company’s goodwill and a means for building customer brand loyalty. Consumers come to emotionally connect with ...

02
Sep

A recent study conducted by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market has estimated that intellectual property rights (IPR) related sectors account for around 39% of EU GDP (around 4.7 trillion EUR annually) and up to 35% of all jobs. Patent applications, registered EU trademarks and trademark applications have doubled since 2003, which suggests that the legal and administrative framework ...