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Deloitte Legal Romanian affiliate Reff & Associates has advised Romania's National Agency for Fiscal Administration on implementing an EU-funded project to modernize tax controls, including amending the relevant legislation to provide the framework for intensifying desk audits and targeted checks.

BDK Advokati, Dentons, and Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen have advised Invenio Partners on the segmentation – together with Accession Capital Partners – of the vocational education division of the Link Group. The Antonic law firm in cooperation with Deloitte advised the Link Group and its two shareholders on the sale. Gladei & Partners reportedly advised Invenio as well. Schoenherr and Norton Rose Fulbright reportedly advised ACP.

Albania is making significant changes to its gambling laws. The Albanian government has been actively revising its gambling regulations, with the latest amendments poised to usher in a new era for the industry. Recent developments and what they mean for the future of gambling in the country are explored below.

On September 11, 2023, Deloitte Legal announced that Stock Spirits' acquisition of Polmos Bielsko-Biala (reported by CEE Legal Matters on August 2, 2022) had closed at the end of August, when the Stock Spirits group – through its Polish subsidiary Stock Polska – took control over Polmos Bielsko-Biala.

The EU Directives on Work-life balance and on Transparent and predictable working conditions were introduced into the Polish national legislation on 26 April 2023 and brought about significant changes and obligations for the employers. What do they mean for businesses?

BCGL has advised Bank Pekao on the financing for RiO Family Office’s acquisition PartyDeco. CMS advised PartyDeco and its founders Mikolaj Gabryel and Agnieszka Gabryel, while Deloitte Legal advised RiO Family Office on both the acquisition and the financing.

The EU Directives on Work-life balance and on Transparent and predictable working conditions were introduced into the Romanian national legislation in February 2022 with subsequent amendments in August 2022, October 2022, and February 2023. These directives have imposed substantial changes and obligations on employers. What do they mean for businesses?

The EU Directives on Work-life balance and on Transparent and predictable working conditions were introduced into the Lithuanian national legislation in August 2022 with the remainder following on 01 January 2023 and brought about significant changes and obligations for the employers. What do they mean for businesses?

The EU Directive on Work-life balance was implemented in the Slovenian national legislation on 01 April 2023, resulting in notable changes and obligations for employers. As for the EU Directive on Transparent and predictable working conditions, its provisions will be incorporated within the amendments to the Employment Relationship Act, which will anticipatedly be presented to the National Assembly for adoption in the upcoming autumn. What implications do these directives hold for businesses?

The EU Directives on Work-life balance and on Transparent and predictable working conditions were introduced into the Latvian national legislation in August 2022 and brought about significant changes and obligations for the employers. What do they mean for businesses?

The EU Directives on Work-life balance and on Transparent and predictable working conditions were introduced into the Latvian national legislation in August 2022 and brought about significant changes and obligations for the employers. What do they mean for businesses?

PwC Legal Romanian affiliate D&B David si Baias has advised Complexul Energetic Oltenia on selecting the investor-partners for its 1.2-gigawatt decarbonization strategy. Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen reportedly advised OMV Petrom on the partnership for four PV projects. Deloitte Legal affiliate Reff & Associates reportedly advised Tinmar Energy on the partnership for a new gas-fired power plant and four PV parks.

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