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Nikolaus Pitkowitz Co-organizes and Co-chairs 9th Annual Real Estate Investments Conference
Networking with real estate lawyers, trends, opportunities and new frontiers

JW Marriott Hotel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
29-31 March 2017

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Nikolaus Pitkowitz Co-Organizer at Vienna Arbitration Days 2017
The Austrian Conference for arbitration practitioners 24 - 25 February 2017, Vienna, Austria


The Vienna Arbitration Days is the leading arbitration
conference in Austria. For the 10th anniversary conference
in 2017 it will again welcome participants from around the
globe for two days of lively discussions on leading topics in
international arbitration. This opportunity can be used to be updated
by renowned experts and to network, discuss problems and
exchange ideas on possible solutions. The social program
will include a gala dinner on Friday and a (dancing) visit to a
world famous Viennese ball on Saturday.
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Banking secrecy – made of glass for tax reasons?
Mag. Stephan Schmalzl, ILO Newsletter vom 9. Dezember 2016

Over the decades Austria has remained faithful to its banking secrecy by being a late adopter, if at all, of international standards for exchanging information regarding bank accounts. While Austrian law already provided for a piercing of banking secrecy in judicial criminal proceedings and proceedings before tax prosecution authorities, other attempts to reduce banking secrecy (also with respect to anti-money laundering measures) remained largely unsuccessful. However, the recent amendments to the legal framework have put an end to this and led to a material softening of banking secrecy in Austria.
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Crashkurs Arbeitsrecht: Weiterbildung
Mag. Jakob Widner in der Presse vom 06.12.2016

Folge 26. Thomas K. lernt für die Steuerberater-Prüfung, seine Freudin für ihr Studium. Sie bekommt Weiterbildungsgeld vom AMS, er nicht. Warum?
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Supreme Court on discriminatory retirement policy
Mag. Jakob Widner, ILO Newsletter vom 07. Dezember 2016

The Supreme Court recently ruled that a retirement policy which makes redundant all employees who are entitled to early retirement is discriminatory and, as a direct form of age discrimination, cannot be justified by claiming that such a policy amounts to a socially compatible form of redundancy.

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