Tax Evasion, Damages and New Challenges
A Short History In Romania, the act that includes measures in preventing and combatting tax evasion offenses and related criminal acts is Law no. 241 of July 15, 2005, published [...]
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Storytime. How the tax authority managed to fool the court and how it was exposed
Finis coronat opus (the end crowns the work) – our client stated when we presented the Cluj Courts of Appeal’s decision, that of the full annulment of the decision of [...]
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New abusive practices in tax inspections: Incorrect reclassification of granting interest-free loans as taxable for…
Whilst assisting our clients during tax inspections, we observed that there is a new tendency for the tax inspectors to abusively try to attract additional revenues to the state budget. [...]
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Reanalyzing customs declarations: between the protection of European Union’s interests and the principle of legal…
The principle of legal certainty and of the protection of legitimate expectations is certainly one of the most analyzed and debated principles of law, being frequently found in the repertoire [...]
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David vs. Goliath or the Employer vs. the Outdated Labour Code. Detached Victory for the…
Yes, we are all familiar with it – Art. 168 of the Romanian Labour Code, which stipulates that the payment of the salary can only be proved by signed payrolls, [...]
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Extra Quality for the Tax Law Team. Alexandra Tomuța Successfully Passes the Final Bar Examination
It is our exquisite pleasure to let everybody know that our colleague Alexandra Tomuța has successfully passed the final bar examination and will continue to shine with the Tax Law [...]
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A New Partner at Costaș, Negru & Asociații
Our law firm is delighted to announce that, as of 1 October 2020, Mrs. Lia Pricope became the third partner of Costaș, Negru & Asociații. Lia Pricope has been with [...]
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The infamous 11 article of the Fiscal code. Unprecedented evolutions
Since its introduction in the Fiscal Code, art. 11 generated significant controversy. Used as a “lethal weapon” by tax inspectors, especially when they did not want to administer evidence that [...]
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A fiscal perspective of the pandemic time-out. Consequences on sports law contracts.
At national level, every aspect of sport has been affected by the establishment of the state of emergency in order to limit the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic. The [...]
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Striking a Faustian Bargain or Excusing the Taxpayer from the Obligation to Prepare the Transfer…
Our team often faces issues regarding transfer pricing, which are more and more diverse –  from comparability adjustments made without observing the documentation provided by our clients, to the illegal [...]
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