In our Schindhelm365 webcast, our experts provide information at regular intervals on current topics from all areas of business law: clear, concise and to the point.
New EU regulations extend the reporting obligations for companies starting in 2023. Due to the large number of existing EU regulations and their complexity, it is very difficult for companies to determine the specific obligations and deadlines.
Promotional gifts are a proven tool for acquiring and retaining customers, both in the B2B and B2C areas. Especially for start-ups and SMEs, promotional gifts can make a significant contribution to making a name for the company and enabling it to grow faster.
In recent months, there have been increased reports of fines by private investors on the part of the Financial Market Authority (FMA). The reason for this was repeated cases of market manipulation by means of “crossing”.
There is not a single day going by without people talking about COVID-19 vaccination, possible side effects, supply shortages and the national vaccination programme. We are talking to Mag. Michaela Nill about this topic. She is a lawyer and partner at SCWP Schindhelm in Linz and an expert in medical law.
The year 2020 showed us how important stable corporate financing is. Even companies with a solid financial foundation had an enormous need for action this year. Thanks to the government's subsidies, many companies could be saved from insolvency. However, numerous entrepreneurs are now confronted with the question of how they can lead their business into a financially stable future without government aid packages.
Almost everyone is confronted with inheritance law issues at one time in their lives. Despite the importance of this topic in everyday legal practice, there is often a great amount of insecurity about it. How can I protect my partner and children? What do I have to consider if I want to arrange my succession differently from the legal rules of succession? These and other frequently asked questions we answer in our online seminar and give practical tips on what you should consider when drafting your last will.
In this special webcast episode, we have summarised the best-of moments of our online live event "Goodbye Great Britain. What happens next?". Dr. Julia Spitzbart, lawyer at SCWP Schindhelm in Wels and Dr. Thomas Ruhm, lawyer and partner at SCWP Schindhelm in Vienna address this current topic together with Leigh Turner CMG (British Ambassador), Mag. Lisa Rilasciati (Austrian Federal Economic Chamber, European Policy Department), Andreas Klauser (CEO PALFINGER AG), Florian Kecht (Member of the Board KTM AG), Harald Löffler (Honorary Consul of Austria in Manchester and Partner at DAC Beachcroft LLP).
In this webcast episode, we talk to Elisabeth Forstner, lawyer at SCWP Schindhelm in Wels, about intellectual property law and among other things, how to protect a brand.
In this webcast episode, we talk to Mag. Edwin Scharf (lawyer and partner at SCWP Schindhelm in Linz) about public procurement law. He explains where public procurement law must be applied, who has to comply with it, if there are exceptions and much more.
In this webcast video, we talk to Philipp Lukas Leitner (counsel at SCWP Schindhelm in Linz) about the topic of artificial intelligence and the associated legal and technical aspects. In addition, important terms in this context are examined more in detail, such as "machine learning" or "artificial intelligence" as such.
In this webcast episode we talk to Dr. Birgit Leb (lawyer and partner at SCWP Schindhelm in Linz) about the topic of misconduct in marriage and what to do as a cheated spouse.
A question which every young entrepreneur asks himself is probably that of raising capital in order to be able to bring his own business idea to market. Which possibilities for the raising capital are available, which steps are necessary for this, and why it is advisable to consult an attorney for the acquisition of participation capital, are brought on the point in this webcast.
To protect security and economic interests, the EU has created a control framework for direct investments from other EU countries in European companies with the new Investment Control Act. SCWP Schindhelm counsel and partner Dr. Christina Hummer examined the new law and clarifies, among other things, which transactions are affected and what practical effects the Investment Control Act has on transaction practice.