Experts’ Contributions

In this Section, Soulier Avocats is pleased to publish contributions and insights from legal professionals, most of whom from leading foreign law firms with which we regularly work on transnational cases and transactions.

In a context of globalization and permanent changes, these contributions open windows on the world and, through a legal analytical prism, help us better understand the tremendous structural, institutional and business shifts affecting our present-day societies.

These articles also provide valuable information to businesses wishing to expand or consolidate their operations internationally.

Recent experts' contributions

May 2021

UK Employment Fact Sheet 2021

Whilst the ongoing pandemic continues to be uppermost in everyone’s mind, the world of UK employment law also continues to evolve and this helpful fact sheet pulled together by our friends at Faegre Drinker sets out the key employment rates and limits in force in the UK from the beginning of April.

Of course, the fact sheet cannot contain every detail of every employment right, but these are the most commonly needed figures and will be helpful for HR and legal professionals to keep as a quick reference guide.

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March 2021

New Peruvian Merger Control Complementary Regulations

The Peruvian Government approved through Supreme Decree N° 039-2021-PCM the Regulation of Law No. 31112 (“Regulation”), which establishes the prior control of business concentration operations. The Regulation was published in the Official Gazette El Peruano on March 4, 2021.

Subject to the adaptation of the Regulation of the Organization and Functions Law of the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property (“INDECOPI”) and other complementary instruments, it is possible that Law No. 31112, which establishes the prior control of business concentration operations, and the Regulation will enter into force in the first half of April 2021.

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February 2021

Golden Visa: Changes to the rules on obtaining a residence permit for investment in Portugal

A legislative authorisation in the 2020 State Budget 2020 authorised the Government to review the rules on residence permits for investment provided for in Law 23/2007 of 4 July by the end of 2020. The aim is to encourage investment in inland areas, urban regeneration, cultural heritage, activities of high environmental or social value, and productive investment and job creation.
In this context, in accordance with the Council of Ministers Communication of 22 December 2020, the Decree Law amending the rules on residence permits for investment was approved and finally published on 12 February 2021.

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