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The new Serbian data protection law – everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

On 21 March, Karanovic & Partners held the “New Serbian Data Protection Law – Everything You Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask” presentation at our Belgrade office. The event was attended by over 70 representatives from leading Serbian companies, as well as legal and HR professionals. Partner* Goran Radošević and Senior Associates* Sanja Spasenović and Milica Filipović, lawyers […]

Should your business invest in blockchain?

By David E Brennan Blockchain is a term that is beginning to increasingly appear in business conversations. Decision makers are starting to consider whether their businesses should invest in blockchain and how using the technology could benefit their operations. As businesses venture on journeys of digitalisation, we are seeing companies from “traditional” industries such as […]

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Canada-specific information concerning the key legal and commercial considerations when drafting a consumer contract. General contract law framework What are the requirements under national law for a valid contract to exist? The Canadian legal system is based on the common law tradition of the United Kingdom. In this respect, common law principles in Canada, such […]

European antiques market threatened by new regulation

By Kathryn Burke, Trainee Solicitor On 12 March 2019 the European Parliament plenary session adopted its position at first reading of a draft Regulation on the import of cultural goods from outside the EU into the Union.[1] Its President was instructed to forward its position to the Council, Commission and the national parliaments and it […]

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Chancery Lane sets out EU agenda

The GENERAL public should have access to European Union meetings on proposed legislation, according to a manifesto issued by the Law Society of England and Wales. It was prepared by the Brussels office for the 1996 European Intergovernmental Con- ference (IGC), starting in Turin later this month. The paper claims the public should also have […]

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The mushrooming of professional negligence work has been reflected in the growth of the Professional Negligence Bar Association. With fewer than 30 members when it started in October 1990, it now has more than 550. Coincidentally, the secretary Andrew Goodman and chair Robin de Wilde QC of the association are both in the same set […]

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Glasgow firm McClure Naismith Anderson & Gardiner is riding high after clinching Scotland’s biggest privatisation deal. Partners Dr Kenneth Chrystie and George Frier (centre and right) advised on the sale of BR’s infrastructure services division. MD of the division Tony Smith bought it for around £27.5 million and has renamed it First Engineering. Dr Chrystie […]

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