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In a two tier-system in joint-stock companies in Slovenia, competences are divided between general meeting, supervisory board and management board. The division of competences under Slovenian Companies Act (ZGD-1) reflects to a high degree the one accepted in the German Aktiengesetz. Division of competences is mandatorily prescribed and cannot be changed by the provisions of […]

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Slovenia’s national GDPR implementation

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When entering the Slovenian market, one of the company’s first steps is usually the obtainment of adequate business premises and most frequently, the newcomers lease those out. As the business evolves, so do the company’s needs for space and location. If mistakes are made while negotiating and concluding the first lease agreement and not enough […]

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The “right to be forgotten”, which has become a trending right in the internet and digital media where even legal distribution and accure content of the information about individuals constitutes a violation of human rights, is of great importance especially for the dignity of these individuals, for independent development of their personalities and full authority over his/her personal data.

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