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The EU Standard contractual clauses (“SCCs”) have been the most frequently used means for data transfers outside the EU. Under the EU General Data Protection...
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A more vigorous and sophisticated approach of the Serbian competition authority to antitrust enforcement In 2017, the Serbian Commission for the Protection of Competition (“Commission“)...
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Montenegrin courts have recently intensified their activities in the competition area. As is well known, the Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition (“Agency“) does not...
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On 5 September 2017, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights issued its judgment in the case of Bărbulescu v. Romania (Application no. 61496/08)....
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At the end of August this year, the Bosnian Data Protection Agency (“Agency”) made available to the public a decision rendered on 24 April 2017, which...
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The Serbian Commission for the Protection of Competition (“Commission“) has recently fined local IT company Prointer a total of approx. EUR 56,000 (approximately 0.25% of...
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The Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition (“Commission“) performed a dawn raid on 30 May 2017 on the ice-cream manufacturer Frikom on the allegations of...
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In December 2016, the Montenegrin Personal Data Protection Agency (“Agency”) conducted an inspection related to video surveillance in a tavern in the city of Kotor....
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The fact that NIS, Serbian oil company in majority ownership of Russian Gazprom, has been enjoying a preferential “mining fee” regime thanks to the Serbia-Russia...
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