Posts Tagged ‘Russia’

12
Jun

The thirteenth package of sanctions targeting Russia, adopted on 23 February 2024, contains new measures aimed at addressing attempts to circumvent sanctions. This package amends Regulation (EU) 833/2014 and Regulation (EU) 269/2014 and addresses sensitive military technology, such as key components for drones. The EU has specifically identified 27 legal entities associated with Russia's military-industrial complex, including those ...

24
Okt

Following is part 9 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 ...

31
Mrz

The Double Taxation Treaty between Austria and the Russian Federation as amended on 20 June 2019 (DTT 2019) is currently in force. Last Wednesday, 25 March 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin published measures to protect the economy due to the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) and instructed the government of the Russian Federation to implement them. Among other things, existing double taxation treaties ...

06
Feb

The ruling of Chamber for Commercial Disputes of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation dated August 16, 2016 overturned a ruling of the lower courts (state arbitrazh courts) that had dismissed the claim of the public joint-stock company National Bank ”TRUST“ in a case brought against the Cyprus company Phosint Limited. The case concerned the validity of an arbitration ...

11
Aug

EU sanctions against Russia The Council of European Union regulation on new sanctions against Russia entered into force on 1 August 2014. Sanctions will be valid for a year with the possibility of revision after three months since the moment of entering into force. "Actions by natural or legal persons, entities or bodies shall not give rise to liability of any ...

25
Jun

Specht Böhm is supporting "Russia Coast to Coast" as a Partner and legal counsel. The event will begin July 23, 2014 and features Austrian Race Across America winner, Wolfgang Fasching, as he attempts to set a world record biking Coast to Coast across Russia from Vladivostok via Yekaterinburg and Moscow to St. Petersburg a total distance of over 10,000 ...

18
Mrz

On 5 February 2014, Russian lawmakers proposed amendments concerning the registration of limited liability companies (“LLC”). The amendments will eliminate the requirement to pay at least half of the registered capital upon registration and shorten the deadline for full payment of registered capital from one year to two months from registration. The changes strive to reduce the start-up time for new ...