CEE newsletter November 2018
Nadine Leitner and Albert Birkner explain a recent ruling of the Supreme Court that unsettled a lot of founders.
Development of personal data protection regulations
Sergei Makarchuk discusses the first attempt to create consistent regulations on personal data protection in Belarus that will bring Belarussian law into line with international standards.
Implementation of the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive
Boyko Gerginov gives an overview of certain details regarding the AMLD’s national implementation that aims to strengthen existing anti-money laundering rules
The Prague Rules: Inquisitorial Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration
Lenka Hrdlickova and Lukas Hoder analyse these new rules that aim to compete with the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration
Unregulated issues and missed opportunities after the modification of the Privacy Act
Adrienn Dömök outlines a few of the changes introduced by the Hungarian Privacy Act.
GDPR – National legislation in Romania
Anda Nicoara highlights additional legislation at the national level in connection with the GDPR.
The Slovak Cyber Security Act
Jozef Bannert summarizes the recently introduced Slovak Cyber Security Act that imposes several obligations on service providers to prevent and detect cyber security incidents in networks and information systems.
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