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Poland’s Draft GDPR Implementation Law – Where Are We At?

On 15 January 2018, the Ministry of Digital Affairs (Ministry) held a conference to summarize the outcome of a public consultation on Poland’s draft GDPR implementation law. The consultation invited all citizens and entrepreneurs to express their opinion on the draft law on the protection of personal data, which was released by the Ministry on … Continue Reading

Squire Patton Boggs step closer to crown its efforts

Increasingly in recent years, businesses and other organizations have sought to understand the complex nature of the legal relationships between the European Commission, EU member states and the European Parliament, and to engage more effectively with “government,” whether at local, national or European levels. Some governments across Europe have been stepping up to address this … Continue Reading

New Obligations for Large Companies in the Czech Republic

Large companies in the Czech Republic will have to comply with new corporate and social responsibility obligations. First, starting January 14, 2017, employees in joint-stock companies with more than 500 employees in an employment relationship will have the right to elect and recall at least one-third of members of the supervisory board, unless articles of … Continue Reading
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