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E-Commerce Plattformen im Fokus des EUGH
E-Commerce Plattformen sind nicht verpflichtet, dem Verbraucher vor Vertragsabschluss stets die Telefonnummer zur Verfügung zu stellen – es gibt auch andere Optionen.
Austria
9 Aug 2019
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E-Commerce Platforms In The Focus Of The CJEU
E-commerce platforms are not obligated in all cases to make a telephone number available to consumers before the conclusion of the contract – there are other options.
Austria
9 Aug 2019
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The Croatian High Commercial Court Rules On Swiss Franc Denominated Consumer Loans
The Croatian High Commercial Court rendered a new interesting decision in a long-lasting judicial process between consumers and banks with regard to the validity of CHF denominated consumer loans, ...
Croatia
17 Jan 2019
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An Obligatory Charge For Certain Types Of Plastic Bags Effective As Of 01 January 2018
Earlier this year, National Council of the Slovak Republic passed the Act No. 90/2017 Coll. (the "Amendment") amending and supplementing the Act No. 79/2015 Coll. on Waste, as amended (the "Act on Waste").
Slovakia
4 Jan 2018
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The Croatian Supreme Court Rules On Swiss Franc Denominated Consumer Loans
These new legal developments gave the consumers further impetus for their judicial initiatives.
Croatia
21 Dec 2017
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Dispute Resolution Insider - Seventh Edition
Welcome to the 7th edition of the DRInsider, the quarterly Newsletter of the Wolf Theiss Dispute Resolution Practice Group. We are happy to again provide you with interesting news covering the various CEE/SEE jurisdictions in which we practice.
European Union
7 Jul 2017
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Arbitration Courts Will Not Hear Consumer Disputes
Apart from the Civil Procedure Code, the Bill also amends and supplements the International Commercial Arbitration Act and the Consumers Protection Act.
Bulgaria
28 Apr 2017
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PSD2: EBA Consults On Strong Customer Authentication And Common And Secure Communication
PSD2 entered into force on 12 January 2016 and will replace the current Payment Services Directive (in force since 2007) as of 13 January 2018.
European Union
27 Sep 2016
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How Retailers Can Avoid Fines from the Consumer Protection Authority
The National Authority for Consumer Protection ("ANPC") imposed sanctions during Q1 2016 upon clothing retailers in Romania, in the aftermath of various inspections targeting compliance with marketing, advertising and labeling regulations.
Romania
20 Jun 2016
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