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Belgium limits adverse consequences for the applicable social security system of teleworking cross-boarder employees
Belgium has decided the determination of the applicable social security will not be impacted by the increased use of teleworking due to Covid-19.Read more
Dr Kreuzer Labour Law Firm Of The Year, 2020
Dr Kreuzer Rechtsanwälte has been awarded Labour Law Firm of the Year in Germany by Corporate International.Read more
Hafner & Hochstrasser Commercial Law Firm of the Year, 2020
Hafner & Hochstrasser AG has been awarded Commercial Law Firm of the Year in Switzerland by Corporate International.Read more
From Brussels with love
February 14, 2020. Odigo, our Belgian member, touches down in Brussels.Read more
ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS welcomes Marc Redlich Law Offices
ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS welcomes Marc Redlich Law Offices (Boston, Massachusetts) amongst its members.Read more
2019 AGM Budapest
13-15 September, 2019. The city of Budapest, Hungary was the site of the ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS 2019 AGM.Read more
The Brexit Story from the beginning to now.Read more
Netherlands Commercial Court (NCC) for proceedings in English started per 1 January 2019
The legislation creating the Netherlands Commercial Court (i.e. the NCC District Court and the NCC Court of Appeal) was approved by the Dutch Senate on 11 December 2018. With the subsequent decree issued by the Minister, the NCC is open for business per 1 January 2019.Read more
2018 ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS AGM Buenos Aires
On the weekend of September 13-15 2018, our member firms gathered in the vibrant city of Buenos Aires, Argentina for ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS Annual General Meeting.Read more
Brexit Update on EU Citizen's Rights - Deal or No Deal?
On the 8th of December 2017 the UK Government issued Joint Report on the progress of Article 50 talks with the EU negotiators. On the 8th of December 2017 the UK Government issued Joint Report on the progress of Article 50 talks with the EU negotiators. On the 8th of December 2017 the UK Government issued Joint Report on the progress of Article 50 talks with the EU negotiators.Read more
2018 AGM Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina, will be the location for our 2018 AGM. Organized and hosted by Professor Guillermo Mizraji and the staff of our member firm, Mizraji Abogados – Consultores, our group will meet for two days mid-September.Read more
Rights of EU Citizens in the UK - An Update on Brexit
On the 8th of December 2017 the UK Government issued Joint Report on the progress of Article 50 talks with the EU negotiators. The Joint Report sets out the current UK position on the rights of EU citizens post Brexit on which further negotiations will be based.Read more
2017 AGM Nuernberg
Over the weekend of June 22-25, 2017 ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS members from all over the world came together in the city of Nuernberg, Germany for their Annual General Meeting. This meeting is always a special event and the highlight of the year for our members who have the chance to meet face-to-face to explore all the issues related to our group and their own individual practices.
ij International Law Fair
This year, Kreuzer will host the Annual General Meeting of the group from 22-25 June, 2017 at the Heimatsministerium in Nuernberg. This year he will also host an International Legal Fair on 23 June. From 11:00-14:00 interested parties will have the opportunity to meet with our members and get information on business and legal issues in the countries they are interested in.Read more
ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS turns 25
This year, ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Our Annual General Meeting, hosted by DR KREUZER & COLL law firm promises to be a very special event. Guenther Kreuzer, founding partner, and permanent board member and Secretary of ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS noted that not only was ij INTERNATIONAL JURISTS marking a milestone, but his firm which turned 40 at the end of 2016, was too.
The management committee plans future business and strategy
The management committee of International Jurists (IJ) has held its annual meeting to help plan future business and strategy of the global legal network.
The management committee meeting (MCM) was held in Cyprus for the first time ever, and was hosted by Cypriot IJ member firm Kalia Georgiou LLC.Read more
Argentina: Elimination of Restrictions to Access the Local Exchange Market
The Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA, as per its acronym in Spanish) issued Communiqué “A” 6037 eliminating a considerable number of important restrictions that were still in force thus easing access to the local exchange market (“MULC”, Single and Free Exchange Market).
Post Brexit Analysis
Following the referendum on whether the UK should remain in the EU, 52% of the voters voted to leave the EU. The total leave vote was 17.410.742 million against 16.141.241 remain. The turnout for the referendum was 72.2% of the electorate. The immediate economic aftermaths of the vote was predictable. It had been aired in press and by economists for months. The vote meant a period of economic uncertainty, as it was not clear what new arrangements would replace current UK EU membership. There would be a period of negotiation on new treaty arrangement.Read more
Pre-Brexit – A view from London
The referendum will be held on the 23rd June 2016 and the British public will be asked to vote on the following proposition:
“Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”
The Brexit referendum was born out political necessity for the Conservative Party. The Prime Minister, David Cameron had to unify his party over Europe before the general election of 2015 and to prevent the drift of Eurosceptic voters to the anti-EU and populist part, the United Kingdom independence Party. In 2013, David Cameron promised a referendum on membership of the EU and pledged to re-negotiate the terms of the UK’s membership of the EU.Read more
Annual General Meeting in Bulgaria
Members of ij International Jurists from across the world attended the network’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Bulgaria.
The AGM, from June 17 to 19, was attended by lawyers from as far afield as Chile, Columbia and South Africa, as well as European countries including the UK, France and Germany.
The meeting, held in the city of Burgas and hosted by ij member Lukanov & Gencheva, reviewed the past year for the network and looked to the 12 months ahead and beyond.