Serbian businesses should prepare for human rights, environmental, and good governance due diligence Serbian businesses should prepare for human rights, environmental, and good governance due diligence Supervisory authority and court disagree on freedom of expression vs. data protection Supervisory authority and court disagree on freedom of expression vs. data protection On 20 November 2020, the Austrian Federal Administrative Court issued a judgement. Contrary to the decision of the Data Protection Authority, the Court found a violation of the data subject’s rights. The judgement has shown how two different authorities can come to opposite conclusions based on the same facts and methodology. Green House Gases on the Radar: New Permitting Requirements in Sight Green House Gases on the Radar: New Permitting Requirements in Sight The Serbian Parliament has enacted the Climate Change Act with a view to further harmonize its legislation with its obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the related Paris Agreement, as well as with aquis. Is tax brawl between the government and freelancers about to end? Is tax brawl between the government and freelancers about to end? On 21 April 2021, 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. Can a fixed-term employee be declared redundant under Serbian law? Can a fixed-term employee be declared redundant under Serbian law? The provision of the Labour Act allowing termination for redundancy does not distinguish between fixed-term and permanent employees. The distinction between indefinite-term and fixed-term employees is made only with respect to the obligation to pass mass redundancy programme, which is triggered if certain minimum number of indefinite-term employees is being declared redundant.

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