Law News – Tax Law Department – April 2021 The Firm has produced a list of the main impacts that COVID-19 will have on personal income tax self-assessment for 2020, the campaign for which begins tomorrow, 7 April, and which will affect, above all, the self-employed, tenants, workers subject to Temporary Regulation of Employment Plans […]
Investment in capital companies by spouses in a marriage under an economic regime where marital property is held in common is a source of legal disagreement and dispute. Recent Supreme Court judgment 158/2020 of 3 February 2020 addresses the issue of whether the profits obtained by a company that have not been distributed as dividends, […]
Law News – Labour Law Department – March 2021 In the current state of the Covid-SARS pandemic one of the most common issues that has been raised all around us, both nationally and internationally, is the issue of vaccination. And, from an employment perspective, among the many doubts raised regarding this issue is whether a […]
Law News – Labour Law Department – February 2021 On 7 March 2021, in accordance with Royal Decree Law 6/2019, all companies with more than 100 employees are required to have equality plans. RD-L also sets fines of between 626 and 6,250 euros for those companies that do not have one. Furthermore, companies with a […]
Law News – Commercial Law Department – February 2021 Royal Decree-Law 2/2021 of 26 January (“RD-L 2/2021”) was published on 27 January 2021, which, as regards corporate matters, covers two relevant issues relating to (i) the distribution of dividends and (ii) the holding of meetings of the governing bodies remotely. Dividend ...