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Auf einen Griff beschwerdefrei – der Gmundner Kommentar zum Gesundheitsrecht ist erschienen
Der Gmundner Kommentar zum Gesundheitsrecht beinhaltet die zentralen Normen zum Gesundheitsrecht in einem Band und wurde von 34 ausgewählten Experten aus Anwaltschaft, Rechtsprechung, Verwaltung und Wissenschaft kommentiert.

Dr. Armenak Utudjian, Partner bei Graf & Pitkowitz, ist Teil des Autorenteams. Gemeinsam mit Dr. Johannes Zahrl (Kammeramtsdirektor der Österreichischen Ärztekammer) hat er das Vertragspartnerrecht im ASVG kommentiert.

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Supreme Court on pink ribbons
Mag. Jakob Widner, ILO Newsletter vom 27. April 2016



The Supreme Court recently sought to set the standard for an employer´s right to introduce or enforce a dress code. Basing its decision on the privacy rights under the Civil Code and the European Convention on Human Rights, the court clarified that an employee´s outer appearance is his or her private affair, and that the test to be applied as to where this privacy ends is trustworthiness. Although clear-cut in theory, the guidance leaves considerable leeway for interpretation.

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Rescue mergers
Dr. Alexander Isola, ILO Newsletter vom 22. April 2016


A rescue merger may be an effective instrument for the financial restructuring of an undertaking and for securing its survival. However, they involve numerous legal constraints and risks which could lead to a serious encroachment on the legal positions of shareholders, creditors and holders of special rights. It is imperative to observe these constraints and risks strictly in order to avoid any risk of inequality in the treatment of the parties to a rescue merger.
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Capital maintenance rules and voidance of third-party security
Mag. Stephan Schmalzl, ILO Newsletter vom 11. März 2016

The Supreme Court recently dismissed a bank´s claim for enforcement of a third-party mortgage initially given to secure loans granted to two corporate entities. The Supreme Court, irrespective of fierce (and mostly negative) discussions in legal literature, failed to question the nullity of the underlying loan further and thereby indirectly confirmed its previous decision on the ´overall planning´ criterion.
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Supreme Court confirms direct liability of former tenant
Dr. Martin Foerster, ILO Newsletter vom 26. Februar 2016

Tenants sometimes refuse to vacate a leased premise after the expiry of their contract in the hopes of extending their lease or getting the landlord to pay them off (instead of undertaking a cumbersome eviction process), or for other reasons. The Supreme Court recently demonstrated that such tactics are not without risk, as tenants may face direct damage claims by successors.
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