Key Points From EDPB’s Guidelines on the Right of Access

March 2022 Author: Pablo Perez Laya, BDK Advokati Arts. 12 and 15 of the EU Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR“) regulate the right of access (“RoA“). This right consists of three main components: (i) confirmation of whether personal data are processed; (ii) access to the personal data; and (iii) information about the processing itself. The European Data Protection Board (“EDPB“) adopted, on 18 January 2022, the Guidelines 01/2022 on data subject rights – Right of access (“Guidelines“), to provide more precise guidance on how to implement the RoA in different…

SELIH & PARTNERJI Advised Allegro on its Acquisition of a Slovenian Online Retailer

December 2021 SELIH & PARTNERJI Law Firm have advised a Polish e-commerce group Allegro on Slovenian aspects of the acquisition of Mall Group and WeDo from the PPF Group, EC Investments, and Rockaway Capital. The acquisition was made for a total consideration of EUR 881 million. In Slovenia, the transaction concerned the Slovenian online retailer Mimovrste owned by the Czech Mall Group. Allegro's lead counsel was Clifford Chance, while White & Case advised the sellers. The SELIH & PARTNERJI team included partners Natasa Pipan Nahtigal and Spela Remec, senior associate Lidija Zupancic,…

5G Network Development

November 2021 The Government of Serbia should open an auction to award licenses to 5G network operators, during the first half of 2022. Three bidders for the development of the 5G network have been mentioned in public: Telekom Serbia, Telenor (PPF Group), and A1. Telekom Serbia already secured EUR 70 million from the European Investment Bank for the development of the 5G network. It is unclear how many licenses will the state issue.

Sale Of A Software Development Company

September 2021 Sale of 25% of equity shareholding of a software development company with a focus and expertise in building and developing digital identity, identity verification, and user data protection. The owners aim to establish a partnership with financial and/or strategic investor in order to, among other, further develop the business and expand into new markets.

Is Tax Brawl between the Serbian Government and Freelancers about to End?

The Serbian Government announced that it has reached a final deal with a group representing interests of freelance internet workers on the partial amnesty for the unpaid past income tax and social security contributions and on the new rules of taxation of their income.

DTB Shortlisted for Deal of the Year Award by CEE Legal Matters

DTB was shortlisted for the Deal of the Year Award for advising US-based Devolver Digital, a video game publisher, in its acquisition of Croteam.

The EU’s Digital Services Act Package: Modelling Europe’s Digital Future

Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm has issued its latest Competition newsletter, discussing the EU’s Digital Services Act Package - Modelling Europe’s Digital Future.

NNDKP Attorneys Obtain Landmark Decision on the Requirements Imposed on Tenderers in a Public Tender Procedure Regarding the Modernisation of a Romani...

NNDKP has successfully assisted and represented a private company in a dispute resolved by the Bucharest Court of Appeals, concerning the requirements imposed on tenderers in a public tender procedure organised for the modernisation of a Romanian railway line.

Competition Law Developments in Turkey in 2020

The year 2020 brought along significant developments in the field of competition law, both in Turkey and worldwide.

DZS in Preventive Restructuring: Possible Sale of Investments to Follow

DZS has recently filed a motion with the court to start preventive restructuring, including the consent of its largest creditors – the York and Madison Debt Holdings funds (which fall under York), which have 81.8 per cent of all claims against the DZS. The basic list of claims has not been published, nor is the content of the agreement between the DZS and the creditors known. The sale of investments is expected to follow. Among others, DZS owns: 35 per cent share of the newspaper house Dnevnik; 8 per cent share of Terme Catez; 40 per cent share of the technology company Imovation, the…

BOYANOV & Co. Establishes Three New Professional Groups

BOYANOV & Co. has formed three new professional groups in Technology, Corporate Governance and Compliance, and Construction Law.

Quarterly Competition Law Bulletin by KDK Law Firm – 2020 Third Quarter

As we left behind the third quarter of 2020, KDK Law Firm is publishing a bulletin on recent competition law developments in Turkey and the Turkish Competition Board’s notable decisions released in this period.