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By Andreas Natterer, Thomas Kulnigg, Michaela Pohl
Patients nowadays have access to an enormous range of medical knowledge through social media, websites and health apps.
By Claudia Bock
Restrictive clauses are common in commercial lease agreements. Such clauses can limit a landlord's ability to lease property to other tenants
By Dagmar Hozová, Nina Zafoschnig
The Danube is the longest river in Central Europe, and thus has significant economic potential. However, the full potential of the Danube as a major transport route has not yet been exploited.
By Christoph Haid, Franz Urlesberger, Volker Weiss, Hanno Wollmann
In the second half of 2017 both Austria and Germany introduced transaction value based thresholds as alternatives to purely turnover based thresholds that trigger the obligation to obtain merger control approval.
By Dániel Gera, Dorottya Gindl
Under certain circumstances, companies may decide to restructure their internal organisation in order to:
By Johannes Stalzer
More than four years after the entry into force of the new EU Public Procurement Directive (2014/24/EU), more than two years after the deadline for transposition and more than one year...
By Kinga Hetényi, Adrian Menczelesz
Hungarian law has always permitted shareholders of a company to limit the power of the company's managing director(s). Thus, it has also been allowed to appoint a managing director without any right to represent the company.
By Tsvetan Krumov
The most popular Bulgarian security interests under credit transactions are special pledges, resembling English floating charges.
By Victoria Pernt, Marina Stanisavljevic
In our series, we will explore various tools which serve to improve the efficiency of any given arbitration and so achieve a favourable outcome without wasting resources.
By Petar Kojdić
The Serbian Parliament adopted the Financial Collateral Act ("FCA") on 8 June 2018 (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, no. 44/2018).
By Dominik Hofmarcher
It seems not only companies but also many Member States were so busy preparing for the GDPR that they lost sight of the Trade Secrets Directive that should have been transposed into national laws by June 9.
By Günther Leissler, Veronika Wolfbauer, János Böszörményi
In its decision C-210/16 of 5 June 2018, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on a dispute between a German academic institution and a German data protection authority.
By Theodor Artenie, Anamaria Tocaci
Romania recently implemented the EU Directive in its tax legislation.
By Thomas Kulnigg
The scope of cybersecurity due diligence needs to be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
By Mario Perl, Clemens Grassinger
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...
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