Wednesday, 22 January, 2020

Costa Rica: New obligations for dormant corporations were imposed by Tax Administration


The legal status of dormant corporations had never been regulated in Costa Rica Dormant corporations are inactive legal entities that are not presently operating accruing revenues, but that are capable of being activated.   In the past, the law only regulated active corporations, meaning those that conduct business activities. In Costa Rica, dormant corporations have been […]

Chile Data Protection Cyber Security Tuesday, 14 January, 2020

Chile: Data Protection & Cyber Security Law

Articles, ECIJA in the media

This interview was published by Legal 500. Read the full article here. Please provide an overview of the legal framework governing privacy in your jurisdiction (e.g., a summary of the key laws, who is covered by them, what sectors, activities or data do they regulate, and who enforces the laws enforced)? The legal framework governing […]

Innovation in Law Wednesday, 23 October, 2019

Why Innovation In Law Really Matters


This article was originally published by IE Law School.  Innovation in law is no longer a trend or mere hype, but a tangible and urgent need. Law firms and corporate counsels are at a crossroad, with changes to the legal landscape in the last few decades preventing them from carrying on business as usual. Lawyers […]

Monday, 14 October, 2019

TMT Annual Report “Up to Speed”


The fast-evolving technology industry can leave lawyers quickly feeling disoriented, as a result practitioners need to become ultraspecialised. The pace of change in the technology sector is frantic. As a result lawyers often find themselves wrong-footed by new innovations that do not have a relevant legal framework. As a result, it’s vital that technology lawyers […]