We regularly publish articles in national and international publications.
Q&A guide to restraints of trade and dominance in Finland. Published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, January 2019.
This Q&A is part of the global guide to restraints of trade. Areas covered include monopolies and abuses of market power, regulatory authorities and the regulatory framework, the scope of rules, exemptions, exclusions, statutes of limitation, notification, investigations, penalties and enforcement, third party damages claims, EU law, joint ventures and proposals for reform.
An updated Q&A guide to Merger control in Finland. Published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, February 2019.
The Q&A gives a high level overview of merger control, regulatory framework and regulatory authorities, relevant triggering events and thresholds in Finland. It also covers notification requirements, procedures and timetables, publicity and confidentiality, third party rights, substantive test, remedies, penalties, appeals, joint ventures and proposals for reform.
Our tax partner Jouni Weckström’s thoughts on the relevance of tax sovereignty in the EU. Published by Edilex, December 2018.
International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Tax 2019 covers common issues in corporate tax laws and regulations – including tax treaties and residence, transaction taxes, cross-border payments, capital gains, overseas profits, real estate, anti-avoidance, BEPS and taxation of the digital economy.
Published by Global Legal Group, November 2018.
A Q&A guide to Restructuring and Insolvency in Finland. Published by Globe Business Media Group, November 2018.
The Q&A provides a high level outline of restructuring and insolvency in Finland; including legislation and regulatory climate, liability, ranking of creditors, procedures, role of liquidator and other parties, as well as cross-border issues, among other topics.
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Two Q&A guides to Tax on Transactions in Finland. Published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, November 2018.
The Q&A guides provide a high level overview of corporate tax and finance tax in Finland, looking at key practical issues including, the main taxes, reliefs and structures used in share and asset sales, dividends, mergers, joint ventures, reorganisations, share buybacks, private equity deals as well as restructuring and insolvency. They also focus on corporate lending and borrowing (including withholding tax requirements), bond issues, plant and machinery leasing, taxation of the borrower and lender when restructuring debt, securitisations, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and bank levies.
A new tax blog by our tax partner Jouni Weckström, published on Edilex.
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Please click here for a more comprehensive analysis in Finnish (published in Defensor Legis 4/2018).
An updated Q&A guide to Litigation in Finland. Published by Globe Business Media Group. The Q&A provides a high level outline of enforcement of foreign judgments in Finland.
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Two Q&A guides to Energy law in Finland. Published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, July 2018.
The electricity regulation Q&A gives a high level overview of the domestic electricity market, including domestic electricity companies, electricity generation and renewable energy, transmission, distribution, supply and tax issues. It covers the regulatory structure; foreign ownership; import of electricity; authorisation and operating requirements; trading between generators and suppliers; rates and conditions of sale and proposals for reform.
The oil and gas regulation Q&A gives a high level overview of the domestic oil and gas sector, rights to oil and gas, health safety and the environment, sale and trade in oil and gas, tax and enforcement of regulation. It covers transfer of rights; transportation by pipeline; environmental impact assessments; decommissioning; waste regulations and proposals for reform.
A Q&A guide to secured lending in Finland. Published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, June 2018.
This Q&A gives a high level overview of the lending market, forms of security over assets, special purpose vehicles in secured lending, quasi-security, negative pledge clauses, guarantees, and loan agreements. It covers creation and registration requirements for security interests; problem assets over which security is difficult to grant; risk areas for lenders; structuring the priority of debt; debt trading and transfer mechanisms; agent and trust concepts; enforcement of security interests and borrower insolvency; cross-border issues on loans; taxes; and proposals for reform.