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By Marija Zdravković, Mina Crnogorac
On 27 April 2017 the Montenegrin Parliament passed the government's proposal to amend the Law on Free Access to Information.
By Jitka Kadlčíková
Mediation as an alternative to classic dispute resolution in other than criminal matters was formally incorporated into the Czech legal system in September 2012.
By Günther Leissler, Veronika Wolfbauer
One of the core principles of the EU-US Privacy Shield ("Privacy Shield") is its Joint Review mechanism, which obliges the European Commission, the US Department of Commerce and the Federal Trade Commission to jointly review the functioning of the Privacy Shield on an annual basis, together with its national security and law enforcement aspects.
By Srđana Petronijević, Zoran Šoljaga
The third case is a follow-up of the Sector Inquiry on competition issues in Aftermarkets
By Stefan Paulmayer, Martina Hiebl
On 13 July 2017, the High-Level Expert Group ("HLEG") on Sustainable Finance published its interim report ("Interim Report") setting out concrete steps to create a financial system...
By Galina Petkova
The investigation was launched following a 2015 Commission sector analysis of the fuel and diesel retail markets.
By Stefan Paulmayer
On 10 July 2017, the Commission announced the public consultation on the development of secondary markets for non-performing loans (NPLs) and distressed assets. Following the commencement of this public consultation, the Council introduced its Action Plan for NPLs.
By Alexandra Bognár
The Hungarian Parliament recently passed new legislation on arbitration (Act LX of 2017 on Arbitration, the "2017 Act") that will reform Hungarian arbitration law as of 1 January 2018.
By Günther Grassl
The GewO provides the central regulatory framework for the uptake and performance of commercial activities in Austria.
By Teresa Waidmann
As violations may lead to enormous liabilities, start-up employers are advised from the outset to comply with the applicable laws pertaining to their personnel.
By Stefanie Orator-Saghy, Nina Zafoschnig
After four months of negotiations, the Austrian National Council has finally reached an agreement on the amendment of the Green Electricity Act ("Ökostromnovelle").
By Philipp Wetter
On 28 June 2017 the Austrian Parliament passed the government's legislative proposal on insolvency law (Insolvenzrechtsänderungsesetz 2017).
By Ursula Rath, Martina Hiebl
On 30 June 2017, Regulation (EU) 2017/1129 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2017 on the prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading...
By Denisa Assefová
The amendment also responds to some practical issues in relation to the licensing of copyrighted works, and generally aims to make the Copyright Act more coherent.
By Georgiana Badescu, Cristiana Manea
Likewise, leniency applicants are liable only to the extent of the damages caused to their direct and indirect buyers.
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