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A "Home Office" may constitute a permanent establishment

January 25 2018 The Ministry of Finance has published an EAS ruling dealing with the question of whether the home office of an employee resident in Austria may…

Bulgaria: fines in millions for personal data breaches

September 5 2019 On 29 August 2019 the Bulgarian Commission for Personal Data Protection ("CPDP") announced first significant fines under the GDPR1 for data…

ECJ: Why Airbnb is not Uber

January 3 2020 The "country of origin" principle pursuant to the E-Commerce Directive precludes the application of French access restrictions for real estate agents…

New Austrian law of succession - important changes from the testator's perspective

March 31 2017 On 1 January 2017, the amendment to the Austrian law of succession went into force and applies to the succession of persons who died since then. The…

Croatian Constitutional Court rules on Swiss franc consumer loans

March 31 2017 Even though Swiss franc denominated consumer loans caused disputes throughout most of the CEE, the situation seems to be developing more rapidly in…

A general introduction to international arbitration in Bulgaria

July 5 2021 A general introduction to the legal regime governing international arbitration in Bulgaria, including key legislation and formalities.

Year in review: international arbitration in Bulgaria

July 5 2021 A review of the past year's most noteworthy developments in international arbitration in Bulgaria, including key decisions and legislative changes.

Year in review: international arbitration in Austria

July 5 2021 A review of the past year's most noteworthy developments in international arbitration in Austria, including key decisions and legislative changes.

A general introduction to international arbitration in Austria

July 5 2021 A general introduction to the legal regime governing international arbitration in Austria, including key legislation and formalities.

In review: abuse of dominance in Czech Republic

June 22 2021 This article examines the law and practice surrounding the competition authorities' determination of abuse of dominance in Czech Republic, with particular regard to recent developments.