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Bogdan Ivanišević and Milica Basta, “Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Data Protection & Privacy”, Serbia, 2020 edition

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The new legislation on liquidation proceedings in Republika Srpska (Zakon o likvidacionom postupku “Official Gazette of Republika Srpska”, no. 82/19) (“New LPA“) comes into force on 12 October 2019. It...
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On 23 September 2019, the Serbian Prime Minister announced a reform of taxation of self-employed sole entrepreneurs. The new rules are supposed to become effective as of 1 January 2020....
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Recently, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) has refused to certify a report on amended loan agreement between a foreign bank and a Serbian corporate borrower because the original loan...
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The Amendments to the Enforcement Act (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 54/2019) came into force on 3 August 2019 (“Amendments“) but will, all but one, become applicable only on 1...
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Serbian In the past two days, the recently appointed head of Serbian data protection supervisory authority announced one radical move and sharply criticized some provisions in Serbia’s new data protection...
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On 18 June 2019, the French data protection supervisory authority (CNIL) issued a decision on video surveillance at work. The Uniontrad Company case demonstrates that a law specifically regulating the...
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The Serbian Commission for the Protection of Competition (“Commission“) terminated on 15 May 2019 an investigation initiated in November 2015 against Philip Morris, JT International, British American Tobacco and Imperial...
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The Amendments to the Registered Pledge on Movables Act (“Movables Pledge Act“), which became applicable on 7 May 2019, introduce, inter alia, new provisions on bank account pledge. The change...
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