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Across the EUniverse, issue 1: e-books VAT battle; freedom of personal data; shareholders’ rights revisited; and more
Legal implications of the latest moves in Brussels.
Users’ personal data can be kept for a maximum of six months and cannot be used for other purposes, such as marketing.
Council of Europe recommends that employers should avoid interference with employees’ right to privacy, this being applicable to information technology devices.
Some useful FAQs regarding the controls and the sanctions provided for by the Italian personal data protection code.
Shipping and Transport Bulletin, April: are sanctions against Russia legal?; cancelling shipbuilding contracts; and more
The latest news and regulations affecting the shipping and transport industries.
Proposal is intended to address enforcement issues.
For the first time in Europe, Google will be the subject of regular checks to monitor progress status of the actions to bring its platform into line with domestic legislation.
In Italy, for the first time in Europe Google is to be subject to regular checks to monitor its progress on bringing its platform into line with domestic legislation.
Shipping and Transport Bulletin: new Italian rules on road haulage; French aid to SNCF incompatible with state aid rules; and more
NCTM has released the February-March 2015 edition of its Shipping and Transport Bulletin.
In Italy, measures have been taken to preserve the continuity of operation of industrial plants of national strategic interest.
Decree-Law 133/2014, known as the ‘Unlock Italy Decree’, has significant implications for the telecoms sector. In particular, a 50 per cent tax credit is envisaged for wideband in ‘white areas’.
Article 7 applies to geographical indications identifying products falling within one of the product classes listed in Annex III.
New guidelines on fines issued by the Italian Antitrust Authority: compliance programmes as mitigating circumstance
The new fining guidelines allow companies to obtain a reduction in a fine if they have effective competition compliance programmes in place.
Copyright — AGCOM regulation relating to online copyright protection is at risk for unconstitutionality
TAR has expressed doubts about the constitutionality of the regulation by which AGCOM has intervened for copyright protection on electronic communications networks.
The EU dual-use export control system is highly bureaucratic and, as can be seen from the example of Iran, sometimes exposed to imperfections.
Coty Germany filed a claim before the first-instance German court against First Note for infringement of its Community tri-dimensional trademark.
NCTM has announced the integration of Studio Panetta & Associati into the firm at its Rome office, with equity partner Rocco Panetta and seven other professionals, including salary partners Giorgio Telarico and Domenico Rinaldi, becoming part of NCTM.
Petitioners have complained about the illicit use of works on the website www.cineblog-01.net.
Shipping and Transportation Bulletin: circumvention of anti-dumping duties; concession fees; and more
NCTM comments on a recent EGC judgment dealing with circumvention of anti-dumping duties, a subject that has become quite frequent in international trade.
One of the EPO Boards of Appeal has ruled on the highly debated issue of human stem cell patentability under the European Patent Convention.