Deloitte Academy Tax & Legal
Overview of seminars and webinars
The speakers all have extensive experience in their area of specialisation, and understand the tax, legal and financial challenges corporations face in a highly complex and risky business environment
Key Court Of Justice Of The European Union Decisions Of 2017: Interpreting VAT In Europe
EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 25 January 2018 | 1:00 pm CET
A number of significant VAT and other indirect tax cases were decided by the CJEU in 2017. Cases reaching the Court concern indirect tax across the EU, and clarify important points affecting organisations in the region. What are the implications for your organisation’s approach to indirect tax?
Macron ordinances: Significant revision of the French labour law
Dbriefs Legal | Webinar | 14 February 2018 | 12:00 pm CET
Ordinances reforming French employment law were issued on 23 September 2017, with a view to providing more security and more flexibility to work relationships between employers and employees, as well as simplifying some French employment law provisions. As part of these ordinances, we will discuss a number of measures impacting a wide range of employment law subject matters.
Aligning Tax With Value Chains In A Post-Reform World
EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 20 February 2018 | 1:00 pm CET
US tax reform is the latest in a long line of material changes to the global tax landscape. This global tax reset requires multinational groups to consider more than ever before whether their functions, assets and risks align to their value driving activities. What does this mean for your organisation?
Demystifying The Automation Of Tax Work – The Robots Are Here
EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 28 February 2018 | 1:00 pm CET
Technology provides the tax function with the opportunity to build a wide range of automation techniques into tax work from entry level to sophisticated solutions. Tax professionals can now pass the mundane onto machines to process and strengthen agility in a demanding workplace. As technology continues to innovate and change the nature of work across all industries, how can tax professionals optimise their expertise, whilst harnessing technology to accelerate tax processes and tasks?
International dismissal of employees in a changing environment
Seminar | 6 March 2018 | 1:00 pm CET
Companies often struggle with the dismissal of employees benefiting from an international employment structure. These dismissals trigger various questions such as the applicable dismissal rules, the cost associated with a dismissal in a given country, the formalities that need to be complied with, which taxation applies, etc.
Data Protection: Practical aspects and concerns on key elements introduced by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Dbriefs Legal | Webinar | 14 March 2018 | 12:00 pm CET
After nearly two years from the approval of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in April 2016, we are entering the final stretch of its effective entry into force, May 2018. The GDPR, as it has been discussed in former sessions, introduces significant material changes on some of the core concepts of data protection, as for example consent or information duty. Companies face additional requirements and severe penalties for non-compliance. Even though the deadline to comply with the new requisites introduced by the GDPR approaches, there still many companies that hesitate on how to implement the new elements in a way that would not negatively affect their business or supposes disproportionate efforts. The new obligations and characteristics introduced by the GDPR entail not only changes in the legal policies but also in organizational strategies and technical developments. Therefore, the interpretation of the new elements introduced by the GDPR has to be performed from a perspective in which requisites and obligations are balanced with the business strategies.