December 24, 2015 Magazine Georgian Journal, 24-30 December 2015 № 51(414). Article by Tamara Tkeshelashvili and Mariam Antia, lawyers at MKD.
The Supreme Court of Georgia issued a landmark decision in 2015 (case #as-l307-1245- 2014, case Ms-1158-1104-2014) defining the scope of the personal liability of the shareholders and the directors of a company. The decision is important since it discusses the doctrine of piercing the corporate veil and interprets one of the core fiduciary duties - the duty of care.
1. What is the nature and importance of renewable energy in your country?
The main nature and importance of renewable energy in Georgia is that, first of all, the Unified Energy System of the country's renewable energy resources will be more solid and sustainable and it will strengthen the country's energy independence and electricity imports will continue to be reduced. Secondly, renewable energy is environmentally clean electricity production and the thirdly, alongside with technological developments, the costs for wind and solar power stations are constantly being reduced, which makes the electricity produced by such stations even more competitive on the market.
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Mgaloblishvili, partner and Sandro Samadbegishvili, lawyer at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD)
Overview of Georgia as an arbitration-friendly country
July 2, 2015 Magazine Georgian Journal, 2-8 Luly 2015 № 26(389). Article by David Archvadze, lawyer at MKD
According to the decision made by the government of Georgia, beginning on 1 July 2015 a new type of tax will be introduced for tobacco products: the so called ad valorem tax. The new tax is proportional to the fixed value of the goods. In the case of tobacco products, the tax amounts to 5% of the sales price of each box of cigarettes.
June 23, 2015. PIERSTONE, a technology law firm in Prague, Czech Republic in collaboration with Mikheil Gogeshvili lawyer of the law firm "Mgaloblishvili, Kipiani, Dzidziguri"
We are pleased to introduce to you this Cloud Computing in Georgia – Regulatory Framework.
This publication addresses the most important legal issues relevant for legal practitioners and business people dealing with cloud computing products and services in Georgia.
7 May, 2015 Magazine Georgian Journal, 7-13 May 2015 № 18(381). Article by Sandro Samadbegishvili, lawyer at MKD
New immigration policies in Georgia, which took effect in September 2014, have instigated significant debate and dissatisfaction not only among foreigners visiting and residing in the country, but also throughout Georgian companies employing expats and persons engaged in the tourism business. Most consider the legislative amendments significantly stricter in their regulations, which create unreasonable complications for foreign citizens wishing to enter Georgia and obtain residence.
- Reporting to the Personal Data Protection Inspector: How and What to Submit
- Georgia ranked 11th in the TRACE Matrix business bribery index
- Control of economic concentration in the CIS and Georgia
- The Franchise Law Review, one of the chapters co-authored by Mikheil Gogeshvili of Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD), was published
- Improved Regulations for Securities Market