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The Digital Service Act (DSA): a new European regulation for greater transparency between platforms and their users

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New restriction on the distribution of microplastics within the European Union

After summer 2023, the European Commission has decided to ban the sale of products containing "synthetic polymer microparticles" (microplastics), whether present independently or incorporated into certain products. Find out more about this new obligation, which will have an impact on many suppliers.

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Human resources

The transition from the BDES to the BDESE: an additional E for the "Environmental" aspect

Established by the law n°2013-504 of 14 June 2013 relating to the securing of employment, the BDES ('Base de Données Economiques et Sociales') - the objective of which is to provide a "clear global vision of the formation and distribution of the value created by the company's activity" - was endowed, on 25 August 2021, the date of the adoption of the Climate and Resilience law, with an additional "E" for the "Environmental" aspect, and became the BDESE.

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Human resources

Publication of the gender equality index in companies

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Tax, levy and duty

Corporate tax, how does it work?

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Human resources

Is the Health Law n°2021-2018 "to strengthen prevention in occupational health" rightly named?

"Prevention is better than cure" is the aim of the Health Act No. 2021-2018, published in the Journal Officiel on 2 August 2021, most of whose provisions came into force on 31 March 2022.

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With the aim of offering the most effective and comprehensive assistance possible to companies, self-employed professionals and entrepreneurs acting or intending to act in France, we refer to all legal fields relating to the law applicable to the management of a civil or commercial economic activity.  The covered standards are nearly fifty codes of law containing more than 100,000 articles: social action and families, craft industry, insurance, civil aviation, cinemas and animated images, civil, commerce, consumption, construction and housing, defense, disciplinary and penal of the merchant marine, public fluvial domain and inland navigation, customs, education, electoral, energy, entry / stay foreigners and asylum, environment, forestry (new), general tax and its 4 annexes, monetary instruments and medals, book of fiscal procedures, mining, mining (new), monetary and financial, heritage, criminal, seaports , postal and electronic communications, intellectual property, research, road, rural (old), rural and sea fishing, public health, internal security, security social, sport, tourism, work, transport, town planning, roads.  Other sources of French law have jurisdiction over codes of law such as judgments of the court of cassation, ministerial, prefectural and municipal decrees, simple laws (not codified), decrees and circulars as well as regulations issued by the authorities. administrative. European regulations are sources of law applicable in France.  European directives must be transposed into French law and often have a deadline. The judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union supplement the sources of European Union law. International treaties ratified by France, such as those of the International Labor Organization, contain obligations that are imposed on establishments in France. Taxation, management, legal
We obtain legislative and regulatory texts on all types of media, in particular via official institutional web sites providing access to the law. For example, Legifrance, the official body of the French Republic for compiling the law in force, is one of our reference websites for sourcing regulations and monitoring the regulatory situation. As for French case law, another essential source, we refer exclusively to the website of the Cour de cassation. In general, we systematically refer to the fundamental source, which may be supplemented by other specialised sources (publications, websites, etc.), whether public or private. For example, in tax matters, the BOFiP (Bulletin officiel des finances publiques) is also a particularly important source.
As European legislation also applies to French companies and institutions, eurlex and CURIA's regulatory texts are part of our sources.
Yes. Crawlers are by nature software that identifies regulatory updates. The subscription to the information services used by lawyers will give us a benchmark to evaluate the performance of crawlers.
1) more complete : one stop shopping experience with all the standards in a single interface. 2) easier to understand : by saving you the reading of regulatory texts and by defining each technical term, we isolate you from the inherent complexity of the legal sector. 3) 100% personalized : thanks to an intelligent questioning of your activities, we only give you back the obligations that apply to you. 4) more flexible : the self-service functionality of our platform allows you to enter your profile as you wish, according to your availability.
We do not transfer any data to the administration, each registered user has his own session, the objective is to facilitate the management and legal direction of companies. It is a tool that can be filled by the user's discretion, including for simulations in order to know the applicable regulations. This original application is technologically and legally driven by an association between Infogreffe and Legaware, a legal software publisher.
The MesObligationsLegales application gives the applicable law according to the economic sector, the form of the company and some figures provided by the user (number of employees, turnover, VAT regime, etc.). Thus, a third party who performs a LegalScan on your company would only know the obligations insofar as he knows the exact data on your activity. On the other hand, they would not be able to find any data about the company that is not from open and public sources.

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