Inspection of Employees’ Corporate E-Mail Correspondence

The employer’s right to inspect employees’ communication made through their corporate e-mail account is a much-debated issue. The Cassation Court of Turkey has not defined this inspection’s boundaries yet. The Constitutional Court of Turkey, which had already examined this issue in two of its decisions, reinforced its ever-evolving precedent, with its latest decision.

Announcement from KALO & ASSOCIATES

KALO & ASSOCIATES, had a good year although it was associated with COVID-19 consequences.

Maric & Co Again Reshapes Legal Practice – Now in Favour of Taxpayers

А decision of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, adopted upon the appellation of Maric & Co Law Firm, is of historical significance for taxpayers in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a first step for changing the long-term injustice they were subjected to.


The Uncertain Fate of the Intervention Measures in the Field of Construction Law

Authors: Kaja Baskovic, Miha Stravs In recent months, the Slovenian Parliament adopted several so-called intervention acts that imposed temporary measures in various areas, one of which is the construction legislation (e.g. regarding the position of accessory participants, the start of construction and the status of non-governmental organizations). More about these measures is available here. Some of these measures came into force with the Act Determining the Intervention Measures to Contain the COVID-19 Epidemic and Mitigate its Consequences for Citizens and the Economy (ZIUZEOP) and were supposed…

The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Right to Freedom of Movement is Violated during the COVID-19 Outbreak

The Constitutional Court concluded on 22 April 2020 that Orders prohibiting movement of persons under age 18 and over age 65 during the COVID-19 outbreak on the territory of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina violate the right to freedom of movement.