Electronic surveillance for the purpose of enforcing freedom restricting sanctions

Recently, Law no. 146/2021 regarding electronic surveillance within judicial and executional criminal proceedings was published in the Official Gazette of Romania, for the first time regulating the use of electronic monitoring devices in Romania. As a result, the Informatic System for Electronic Surveillance will be initiated and run a pilot program between March 1, 2022, and December 31, 2025.

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CJEU delivers judgement in VG Bild-Kunst v Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, adding to the jurisprudence on web linking

On March 9, 2021, the CJEU delivered its judgement in the case VG Bild-Kunst v Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz. We have previously analysed the opinion of the Advocate General Maciej Szpunar, mentioning that it will be interesting to see whether the CJEU will follow the reasoning of the Advocate General or whether it will stay faithful to the principles already established in its previous jurisprudence.

New changes impacting the leasing legislation

Law no. 83/2021 amending and supplementing Government Ordinance no. 51/1997 on the leasing operations and the leasing companies was published on April 16, 2021 in the Official Gazette no. 401, Part I. Importantly, the provisions of Law no. 83/2021 may only be applied for leasing agreements concluded after its entry into force.

Romanian draft law on 5G technology under strong criticism from both public authorities and private stakeholders

The Draft law on the adoption of certain measures concerning informatic and communications infrastructures of national interest and the conditions for deployment of 5G networks initiated by the former Ministry of Transportation, Infrastructure and Communications has undergone a new series of examinations from the relevant public authorities as part of the legislative procedure.

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Poland: UOKiK to examine TV broadcasters’ practices

On 5 May 2021 the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) announced the launch of two anti-monopoly proceedings against: – Polsat Television; and – four Discovery Group entities (ie, Discovery Communications Europe, Discovery Communications Benelux, Discovery Polska and Eurosport).

Principles applicable to an ‘insolvent’ trust in Jersey

It is important that trustees understand their obligations if their trust structure comes under financial stress. Helpfully, the Jersey courts have provided guidance on the principles applicable to ‘insolvent’ trusts, which is likely to be highly persuasive in other jurisdictions.

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