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August 19,2019 -

Running a business in Macau

by: Vera Bastos Macau is known for its multiculturality and diversity – and this uniqueness is also reflected in the legal system. From the very beginning, hurdles like having to ...

July 25,2019 -

Let’s start a business!

by: Maria João Marques One of the many challenges faced when setting up a company in Macau is its human resources and workforce. Macau has very strict Labor and Immigration laws a...

June 13,2019 -

Land Law – where do we stand?

by: Miguel Evaristo In fact, many Court cases have arisen on this issue, i.e., cases of provisional concession contracts’ ending for the lease of a certain land. Many of the conce...

May 27,2019 -

China’s New Foreign Investment Law

by: Nuno Sardinha da Mata & Gonçalo Figueiredo This new piece of legislation claims to be "liberalising and facilitating investment at a high level, establish(ing) and improv(...

April 26,2019 -

The New Financial Leasing Companies Act

by: Nuno Sardinha da Mata and António Isóo de Azeredo Relevant changes were introduced by Law 6/2019, establishing a specific regime for the licensing and incorporation of Financi...

April 12,2019 -

Protection of People with Disabilities in the MSAR

by: Nuno Sardinha da Mata and Carlos Maurício In the MSAR, people suffering from disability are protected under this Convention, in addition to several other legal provisions, of ...

February 25,2019 -

Macau abolishes Offshore Companies

by: Rita da Costa Andorinho Macau has recently decided to revoke the Decree-Law no. 58/99/M of October 18th, which established the legal regime applicable to Macau Offshore Compan...

December 04,2018 -

Cybersecurity draft law approved by Macau Legislative Assembly

by: Joana Coimbra de Almeida Based on principles of national security, safeguard of public interest and the protection of legitimate rights and interests, the draft law offers a l...

May 21,2018 -

Countdown to the new Personal Data Protection Regulation in Europe

by: João Gonçalves de Assunção The answer to this question is one you typically get from lawyers: it depends. But keep calm and ‘mou man tai’, for the statutory requirements are n...

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