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Proposed changes related to ownership of agricultural lands by foreigners

Over the course of last years, the issue of ownership of agricultural lands by foreigners has sparked heated discussions. On 16 December 2018, the new Constitution of Georgia (the “Constitution”) entered into force, which determined that agricultural land, as a resource having significant nature, shall only be owned by the state, self-governing entity, citizen of Georgia or

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Russia wins a landmark dispute in the World Trade Organization

The World Trade Organization (the WTO) is a Geneva-based international organization with 164 members representing 98 percent of global trade. The idea of the WTO is to promote free trade between nations and ensure that global trade flows within the rules that exist under the framework of the WTO. One of the main functions of this organization

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MG Law is pleased to welcome its new Intern

We are excited to introduce Lasha Machavariani, who has joined MG Law as an Intern. Lasha is in the process of obtaining his bachelor’s degree in law from Free University. He has previously completed an internship as an Analytic at Georgians Reforms Association’s project FactCheck. Lasha is a participant of the Annual 26th Willem C. Vis International

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MG Law is pleased to welcome its new Associate

MG Law is pleased to welcome its new Associate, Vakhtang Giorgadze. Vakhtang has obtained a Master’s degree in International Dispute Settlement from University of Geneva/Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and a Bachelor of laws from Free University of Tbilisi. Among many of Vakhtang’s accomplishments is working as a Young Professional at the Legal Affairs Division,

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MG Law Office is Tier 1 in Legal 500 EMEA

MG Law Office has been ranked as Tier 1 in Legal 500 EMEA publication. We are a leading law firm in Commercial, Corporate and M&A as well as Dispute Resolution practice areas in Georgia. Archil Giorgadze, Managing Partner, has been designated as “Leading Individual”. We would like to share this success with our clients who have put

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Introduction of qualified electronic signature and qualified trust service providers in Georgia

Starting from 1 January 2019, companies and organizations that are engaged in business deals with administrative bodies of Georgia are obliged to conduct such affairs via electronic documents signed by qualified electronic signature or qualified electronic stamp through electronic means of communication. As of now, this rule applies to public procurements. In general, the qualified electronic signature

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On the Georgian Labor Safety Law

Labor safety regulations in Georgia have become a topic of active discussion leading to adoption of the new Law of Georgia on Labor Safety (the “Law on Labor Safety”). Part of the requirements under the Law on Labor Safety entered into force upon publication on 21 March 2018, while others entered into force from 1 August 2018.

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