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Cyber-Attacks And Business Secrets - Protection Under Criminal Law
Business secrets are essential assets of companies, and are often the reason for a company having a competitive lead in a market.
Austria
26 Jul 2019
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Changes In The Croatian Companies Act And Court Register Act
Croatia introduced significant changes to the Companies Act and the Court Register Act on 20 April 2019 with the main goal of easing the incorporation of (simple) limited liability companies.
Croatia
21 May 2019
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Digitisation, Administration And Transfer Of Registered Shares Of An Unlisted AG On The Blockchain
In the past few years, blockchain has become a "hype" topic for lawyers, as the technology seemingly promises entirely new ways ...
Austria
14 Feb 2019
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#Cybercrime
#Malware #Ransomware #Phishing #Cyberattacks #Loss / misuse of data #Cyberattacks on the German Bundestag #Hackers attack US government authorities
Austria
31 Jan 2019
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Machine Learning Algorithms – Is A Change In Approach To Civil Liability Assessment Required?
This overview aims to highlight selected potential Polish law issues related to liability for damages caused by machine learning algorithms (MLA) which an entrepreneur operating
Poland
24 Jan 2019
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Serbia Catches Up With The GDPR: New Data Protection Law Adopted
After a public hearing that lasted more than a year, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted the new Data Protection Law (the "Law") on 9 November 2018.
Serbia
3 Jan 2019
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FMA Publishes Guidance on ICOs and Token Classification
The Austrian Financial Market Authority (Finanzmarkt-aufsicht, FMA) has recently published guidelines on how it views Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) from a financial services regulatory perspective.
Austria
8 Oct 2018
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Cybersecurity: Why It Matters In M&A Transactions
The scope of cybersecurity due diligence needs to be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Austria
30 May 2018
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Tax Austria: Are You Still Buying Or Already Mining? Mining Cryptocurrencies As A Permanent Establishment
The taxation of cryptocurrency transactions is a hot topic. The Austrian Ministry of Finance recently issued an interesting ruling outlining when mining for cryptocurrencies in Austria by a non-resident taxpayer...
Austria
29 May 2018
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Can Your Salary Be Paid In Bitcoin?
Bitcoin can be briefly defined as a new virtual payment system. It provides an online payment opportunity for the purchase of goods and services.
Turkey
20 Apr 2018
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Raising Funds With ICOs - What Is Allowed In Bulgaria, Hungary And Poland?
With credit institutions still reluctant to provide financing to start-ups, many companies are looking for new ways to raise funds.
European Union
14 Mar 2018
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News From The Crypto-World
Schoenherr has launched an online guide on ICOs and ITOs throughout the wider CEE / SEE area.
Austria
12 Mar 2018
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Machine Learning: Whom To Blame, Whom To Credit In Austria?
As of April 2018, California will allow fully autonomous cars to be tested without safety drivers on public roads. One interesting question in this context is whom to blame for damages caused by...
Austria
28 Feb 2018
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FMA Clarifies Its Regulatory Approach Towards Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)
The Austrian Financial Market Authority (Finanzmarktaufsicht – FMA) has updated its FinTech-Navigator to include specific information on how initial coin offerings (ICOs) are to be treated under Austrian law.
Austria
14 Nov 2017
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(Crypto)tokens And Initial Coin Offerings - Croatian Legal Framework
An ICO or Initial Coin Offering is a new disruptive crowdfunding mechanism where a backer of a project founded on a blockchain technology receives an underlying token as opposed to "regular" crowdfunding...
Croatia
26 Oct 2017
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Are ICOs the Future Of Fund Raising?
With credit institutions still reluctant to provide financing to start-ups, many companies are looking for new ways to raise funds. Others are exploring ways to integrate new technology..
Austria
26 Oct 2017
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A New Era In Electronic Litigation Has Begun
As of 1 July 2016, an amendment to Act III of 1952 on the Code of Civil Procedure ("Act") came into force introducing the possibility – sometimes the obligation – to communicate with the courts electronically.
Hungary
11 Aug 2016
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