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The Supreme Court of Cassation of the Republic of Bulgaria recognized under "exceptional circumstances," the right of an active partner in a limited liability company to act as an ad hoc representative. This decision references to Articles 6 and 13 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECPHRFF) and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

Schoenherr has advised Chengdu Datang Communication Cable on the establishment of its Hungarian subsidiary, Zettanet Kft., and the acquisition of a 25,000-square-meter industrial site in Kisber from Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems Limited. Sole practitioner Zsolt Fuesthy advised the sellers.

BPV Huegel has advised Strabag SE on its acquisition, together with Porr AG, of the technical operations management and construction projects divisions of the Vienna General Hospital, including the Austrian project development business and thermal spa holdings in Austria, from the Vamed group. KPMG Law reportedly advised Porr AG. Latham & Watkins reportedly advised Vamed AG and its majority owner, Germany's Fresenius.

We bring you a brief overview of important legislative news from the Czech Republic that should not escape your attention.

Companies are not obliged to use the stamp while doing business, as stated in Article 15 paragraph 1 of the Company law of Montenegro ("Company Law"). The legislator’s intention when prescribing freedom while regulating use of stamps in doing business was to unburden the Company’s business, i.e. to not burden the business with additional formal conditions, as well as to leave the issue of the use of the stamp to the company to regulate it by a general or special internal act.

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