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Bird & Bird LLP | European Union, Hungary | 30 May 2022

Digital Services Act (DSA) - A digitális szolgáltatások európai egységes piacáról szóló jogszabálycsomag

Ebben a sorozatban bemutatjuk és nyomon követjük a "Big Five” adat jogszabálytervezet sorsát az EU jogalkotásában. 2020-ban a Bizottság öt adat…
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RDJ LLP | Ireland | 24 Nov 2021

Crypto-Asset Funds in Ireland: The CBI’s Stance

While UCITS operates to restrict the type and diversity of assets that funds can hold and has been interpreted as likely excluding crypto-assets…
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Bird & Bird LLP | Czech Republic, European Union | 21 Sep 2021

Recovery and resilience plan in the Czech Republic

The NextGenerationEU ("NGEU") represents the largest package of economic stimulus measures launched by the European Union to boost the recovery of…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 9 Jul 2021

EU unveils revised VBER

The European Commission has published its draft updated vertical block exemption regulation and related guidelines after almost three years of consultation and review.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 18 Jun 2021

EU charges insurance association with restricting access to data pool

The European Commission has accused Insurance Ireland of “arbitrarily delaying” or denying rival insurers access to its data-sharing platform.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, Global, United Kingdom | 18 Sep 2020

CMA imposes interim measures on airlines due to covid-19 uncertainty

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has imposed interim measures for the first time in extending a decade-old commitment decision by the European Commission relating to an agreement between American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Finnair and Aer Lingus.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, Ireland | 10 Aug 2020

Ireland inches closer to administrative fines regime

Ireland’s government has said it will empower the country’s antitrust enforcer to fine companies for anticompetitive conduct, although it still faces significant opposition and constitutional challenges.
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PRO Compliance | China, Global, Russia, etc. | 21 Jul 2020

US AI commission recommends export controls for data

A council of top current and former US tech, military and intelligence officials has recommended that the country’s government place export controls on sensitive American data that could be used by competitors in the race for artificial intelligence supremacy.
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PRO Compliance | Russia | 26 Jun 2020

Antitrust rules insufficient for digital economy, Russian official says

Russia continues to consider an overhaul to its antitrust regime, seeking to address what one top official at the country’s competition watchdog has said are insufficient tools to tackle competition concerns in the digital economy.
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Dechert LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 16 Apr 2019

ONPOINT / A legal update from Dechert's Brexit Task Force

Brexit has been postponed again, until at least 31 October 2019, but with the possibility that it may occur sooner, maybe even within a few weeks…
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