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  • Czech Republic

    Community law is blurring the differences between the self-employed and proper employees

    Broad discussions and the media interest were rekindled when the European Court of Justice handed down its ruling in King vs. Sash Window Workshop Ltd with respect to the status of a self-employed person and paid leave. 

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  • Czech Republic

    A special rule in the Accounting Act restricts payouts of profit shares

    Under an amendment to the Accounting Act, effective as of 1 January 2018, the intangible results of research are no longer accounted for as a part of fixed intangible assets. Research is no longer considered an intangible asset, and this fact has consequences for the payout of profit shares.

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  • Czech Republic

    Have you filled the mandatory quota of handicapped employees at your company?

    Any business which employs more than 25 FTE employees is required to give jobs to the handicapped, with the mandatory quota being set at 4%. Employers have various options (which can also be combined) as to how to meet this requirement under the law.

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  • Czech Republic

    Will real estate brokers finally become regulated?

    So far, the real estate agency business in the Czech Republic has been entirely unregulated, but this may change from 2019.

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  • Belarus

    Public procurement of foreign medical devices in Belarus

    State health care organizations in Belarus (the procuring entity) carry out procurements of medical equipment and medical supplies (“medical devices“) at public expense in line with the public procurement rules and taking into account the specifics laid down for this category of goods. In addition, Belarusian legislation sets some special conditions for foreign medical devices to participate in the public procurement procedure analyzed in this article.

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