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eSports in Serbia and Montenegro – Selected legal issues

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On 26 July 2021, the French Data Protection Authority (“CNIL“) issued a fine of EUR 400,000 against Monsanto, leading company in the field of agricultural biotechnologies. The decision elucidates the...
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Bogdan Ivanišević and Milica Basta, “Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Data Protection & Privacy ”, Serbia, 2022 edition

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In 2020, Serbian Supreme Court of Cassation reversed the decisions of the lower courts which had found that an employee who had refused to enter into an annex to employment...
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Trade with the EU prompts the need for compliance with EU law Serbia does not yet have legislation requiring its companies and other businesses to monitor the compliance with human...
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On 20 November 2020, the Austrian Federal Administrative Court issued a judgement. Contrary to the decision of the Data Protection Authority (“DPA“), the Court found a violation of the data...
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The Serbian Parliament has enacted the Climate Change Act[1] with a view to further harmonize its legislation with its obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and...
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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...
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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...
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Last week, we critically commented on the NBS’s interpretation of the Serbian Foreign Exchange Act with respect to the permissibility of pledge on local receivables as security for claims of...
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