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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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Encouraging future lawyers

MG Law is always trying to support our community.  This week,  Archil Giorgadze presented a sponsorship certificate to a first year law student at Free University – Mariam Bibiluri, who had distinguished national exam scores. This means that MG Law will cover Mariam’s first year tuition. We are honored to participate in the process of laying down

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Potential of Blockchain Technology in Georgia

Blockchain has become an essential modern technology not only for virtual currencies, but it has also demonstrated high potential of revolutionizing daily operations of private business as well as the state entities. The technology represents a cryptographically-secured transaction record created without the intervention of a central authority. Due to its technological peculiarities, blockchain is being considered as

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MG Law advises the Government of Georgia on Pension Reform

Within the framework of the World Bank Group support to the authorities of Georgia under the Country Partnership Framework and the Financial Sector Deepening and Inclusion Project funded by the FIRST Initiative Trust Fund, MG Law firm assisted the authorities of Georgia to undertake legal review and prepare recommendations for legal changes to support pension reform. Specifically,

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Irakli Sokolovski delivered a seminar at TBC Bank: Managing Legal Relationship with Investors

Irakli Sokolovski, the Counsel at MG Law Office, advises clients on general corporate matters, local and cross-borders merger and acquisition transactions, complex commercial matters, foreign investments, venture capital financing and regulatory issues. He is experienced in analyzing national laws and regulations, drafting contractual frameworks and negotiating with potential investors and government authorities on public private partnerships. Cooperation

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Energy Charter Treaty. Trade Part ll

Georgian Law Developments 1. GEORGIA AND ENERGY CHARTER TREATY The 1994 Energy Charter Treaty (“ECT”) ratified by Georgia on 22 February 1995 entered into force on 16 April 1998 (the “Effective Date”). Georgia also became party to the 1994 Protocol on Energy Efficiency and Related Environmental Aspects and the 1998 Amendment to the Trade related provisions of

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Energy Charter Treaty and Georgia

GEORGIA AND ENERGY CHARTER TREATY The 1994 Energy Charter Treaty (“ECT”) was ratified by Georgia on 22 February 1995 and entered into force on 16 April 1998 (the “Effective Date”). With regard to related agreements, Georgia also became party to the 1994 Protocol on Energy Efficiency and Related Environmental Aspects and the 1998 Amendment to the Trade

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Good Faith Purchasers

New Balance of Interests between Lawful Owners and Good Faith Purchasers INTRODUCTION On 17 October 2017, the Constitutional Court of Georgia rendered an important judgement regarding good faith purchasers of immovable properties in Georgia (the “Judgement”). Before the Judgement, the Civil Code of Georgia (the “Civil Code”) used to be interpreted in an inconsistent way and the

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