Panu Skogström and Matias Forss were the authors of the Finland chapter of the 2023 edition of Lexology’s Getting the Deal Through – Mining
Blog text from Attorney-at-Law Sonja KurkiRK2023-04-26T15:03:56+03:00
Sonja Kurki gives tips on how to avoid the typical missteps in the consumer customers' contracts.
Kalliolaw advised Sellers of International Electric Company OyRK2023-04-06T14:31:21+03:00
Kalliolaw advised Sellers of International Electric Company Oy when majority of the company was acquired by ScandiNova Systems AB.
Our experts were the authors to Thomson Reuters Practical Law: International Trade and Supply of Goods in FinlandRK2022-12-16T12:30:36+02:00
Tiina Kekäläinen, Olli Oksman, Sonja Kurki and Vilma Isojunno were the authors to Thomson Reuters Practical Law: International Trade and Supply of Goods in Finland.
Read the new blog from out Attorney-At-Law Sonja Kurki!RK2022-12-15T14:21:03+02:00
It is good to take time on planning and updating the contract process and to make sure the process works.
New blog text from out Attorney-At-Law Sonja Kurki!RK2022-12-16T10:29:37+02:00
Sonja Kurki gives a few helping questions to consider related to the personal data questions in organizations.
New blog from our Attorney-at-Law Sonja Kurki!RK2022-10-18T15:14:39+03:00
Our Attorney-at-Law Sonja Kurki gives three key questions with which a company can critically review its own general terms and conditions.
The government proposal for the whistleblower protection act is finally hereRK2022-10-07T13:25:08+03:00
The government proposal for implementing the Whistleblower Directive has finally been given in September 2022.
Remote general meetings are possible also in the futureRK2022-10-07T12:00:45+03:00
The Finnish Companies Act was amended as of July 2022 to allow private limited liability companies as well as listed companies to hold general meetings as fully-remote virtual meetings without any physical venue or so-called hybrid meetings.
Standard contractual clauses on the transfer of personal data to third countries have to be updated by 27 December 2022RK2022-12-16T10:30:52+02:00
The European Commission’s updated standard contractual clauses (SCCs) on the transfer of personal data to third countries came into force on June 2021. The transition period, which has been set for the adoption of the updated SCCs, ends 27 December 2022.