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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.
Council of Europe recommends that employers should avoid interference with employees’ right to privacy, this being applicable to information technology devices.
Judges ruled again on the point of law concerning the use of evidence obtained by means of remote control systems, aimed at checking the illegal conduct of employees.
In Italy, measures have been taken to preserve the continuity of operation of industrial plants of national strategic interest.
The Supreme Court has issued a decision in a case of an employee who sought payment of a fair premium for an invention he created during his employment.
The judgment that brought an end to the Mondadori affair offers an opportunity for some reflections on the issue of damage due to loss of chance.
With decision no. 20228, the Italian Supreme Court stated that the diversion of employees, in order to constitute unfair competition, requires the intent to damage the competitor’s business.