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5SAH Chambers | United Kingdom, USA | 21 Sep 2020

How the FinCen Papers provide an opportunity to improve the Suspicious Activity Report regime

The ‘FinCen Papers’ look set to become the next Panama Papers, where confidential information has been leaked, lifting the lid on the sheer scale of…
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Matthias Artzt | European Union, Germany | 7 Jan 2020

Identifying Controllers and Processors in a Blockchain Environment in the Light of GDPR

Blockchain technologies have emerged as a disruptive way of executing business processes in decentralised environments. It was originally created to facilitate cryptocurrency transactions (such as Bitcoin), which are currently facing a downward spiral or “crypto crisis”, with demands for regulation and consumer protection. Blockchain, though, has managed to break free from negative...

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP | Belgium, Brazil, China, etc. | 30 Sep 2019

Cross-Border Investigations Update: September 2019

This issue of Skadden’s semiannual Cross-Border Investigations Update takes a close look at recent cases, regulatory activity and other key…

LK Shields | Ireland | 13 Sep 2019

Working Time - Employers’ Responsibilities

The Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 (the “OWT Act”) regulates the rest periods and hours of work for employees and applies to all employees…

Vangard | Littler | Germany, Spain | 31 Aug 2019

Der EuGH und die Arbeitszeiterfassung - Angriff auf die Agilität?

Um ihre Attraktivität auf dem Arbeitsmarkt zu erhöhen, führen immer mehr Unternehmen flexible, oftmals auf Vertrauen basierende…

Taylor Wessing | European Union, Germany, Spain | 2 Aug 2019

New requirements for time recording

On 14 May 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued a ruling in the case of Federación de Servicios de Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) v Deutsche…

Ius Laboris | European Union, Spain, United Kingdom | 4 Jun 2019

Spain - Are employers now required to keep records of daily working time?

The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers must keep a record of all hours worked by their workers each day, in order to ensure compliance…

Beiten Burkhardt | European Union, Germany, Spain | 17 May 2019

EuGH: Verpflichtung von Unternehmen zur vollständigen Arbeitszeiterfassung wird kommen - "Downgrade" der Arbeitswelt 4.0?

Nach Auffassung der Richter aus Luxemburg (EuGH v. 14.05.2019 (Rs. C-55/18)) müssen Mitgliedstaaten nationale Regelungen schaffen, die Unternehmen…

Bird & Bird LLP | Belgium, European Union | 16 May 2019

CCOO vs Deutsche Bank (ECJ C-55/18): another piece of the puzzle for fundamental rights enforcement in employment matters?

On 14 May 2019 the ECJ issued a judgment by way of preliminary ruling in the 'working time recording' case, a Spanish social conflict between trade…

CMS Germany | European Union, Germany, Luxembourg, etc. | 15 May 2019

The Time Clock for Everyone - New System for The Time Clock for Everyone - New System for Time Recording Recording

News from Luxembourg: the time clock for everyone. In many member states of the EU, including Germany, the European Court of Justice considers the…
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