Career Calling 2024
Die Career Calling ist der Place-to-be, wenn es um die Karriereplanung und Ihren Jobeinstieg geht.  Bei der jährlich stattfindenden Messe sind unsere Konzipient:innen sowie Kolleg:innen der Abteilung Human Resources vor Ort und gerne für Ihre Fragen da. Details zur Career Calling 2024
Der REWI Praxistag an der Universität Graz ist der juristischen Praxis gewidmet. Top-An­walts­kanz­lei­en präsentieren juristische Berufsfelder, geben spannende Einblicke und wertvolle Tipps für den Berufseinstieg. Im Mittelpunkt stehen Prak­ti­ka-An­ge­bo­te sowie der Austausch mit Studierenden und Ab­sol­vent:in­nen.  Das Programm umfasst: Job- und Prak­ti­ka­walls, CV-Checks, kostenloser Kaffee vom Barista und ein Gratisexemplar des JUVE Karriere Ös­ter­reich-Ma­ga­zins runden den REWI-Praxistag ab. Als Ausklang bietet dir der REWI Praxis Business Cocktail die Möglichkeit, in einer informellen Umgebung, bei Cocktails und Snacks weitere Kontakte zu knüpfen oder zu vertiefen.
Jahrestagung Arbeits- und Sozialrecht 2024
Schwerpunkt: Per­so­nal­maß­nah­men in schwierigen Zeiten
9. Ös­ter­rei­chi­sches Baurechtsforum 2024
 Das Österreichische Baurechtsforum ist alljährlich der Diskussion zwischen Bau- und Rechtspraxis sowie Rechts­wis­sen­schaft gewidmet und behandelt baurelevante Rechtsfragen und aktuelle Rechts­ent­wick­lun­gen rund um das Baugeschehen. Im Rahmen des 9. Ös­ter­rei­chi­sches Baurechtsforum referiert CMS Experte Nikolaus Weselik am Freitag, 20. September um 11:30 Uhr über Haftungsfragen bei Kos­ten­über­schrei­tung.  Den Vorsitz führt Alexander Schopper (Universität Innsbruck).
Cross-border Financial Services 2024 webinar series
We're delighted to announce the launch of our third season of international webinars focusing on financial regulation, starting on 13 March 2024. Whether you are an in-house lawyer, compliance officer, financial analyst, risk manager, or any other professional concerned with maintaining the integrity of your organisation's financial practices, this series offers succinct 20-30 minute overviews of key industry trends and regulatory concerns across mul­ti­ple ju­ris­dic­tions. If you have any additional topics that you would like us to add or address at one of the webinars, please contact us. Upcoming Webinars: 16 July: Handling a challenging ap­pli­ca­ti­on  Your application for a licence, product approval or change in control is meeting with regulatory resistance.  How can you surmount these challenges?31 July: Dawn Raids  Un­an­noun­ced regulator visits are on the increase.  We look at what triggers a dawn raid, your rights if one happens, and how best to manage the consequences.4 September: Navigating the global ESG land­scape Is the regulatory reporting jigsaw puzzle causing more harm than good? We will provide an overview of the main cross-border issues impacting global financial institutions as they seek to manage ever expanding ESG regulations and discuss whether these rules are helping or hindering the action we need for change. The language of the webinar will be English.
CMS European Private Equity Study 2024
We are pleased to share with you the 2024 edition of the CMS European Private Equity Study, a comprehensive analysis of hundreds of private equity deals CMS advised on across Europe in 2023 and previous...
Energy and climate change: The most significant (marine) climate change...
Continuing the theme of a number of recent court judgment regarding state and party obligations concerning climate change issues, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (“ITLOS”) has recently...
EU’s AI Act published in Official Journal, transition periods now known
Following the adoption of the "Regulation laying down harmonised rules on Artificial Intelligence" (AI Act) by the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, this act was published in...
Real estate finance law in Austria
A. MORTGAGES  1. Can security be granted to a foreign lender?  Yes. There are no restrictions on the registration of mortgages for foreign lenders.  2. Can lenders take a mortgage over land and buildings...
Looking ahead to the EU AI Act
On 12 July 2024, the "Regulation laying down harmonised rules on artificial intelligence" (the so-called AI Act) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. After a long and complex journey that began in 2021 with the European Commission’s proposal of a draft AI Act, the regulation will now enter into 20 days after its publication, i.e. on August 2, 2024. As the world's first comprehensive law to regulate artificial intelligence, the AI Act aims to establish uniform requirements for the development and use of artificial intelligence in the European Union. With this adoption of the world’s most significant legislation on Artificial Intelligence, the EU is solidifying its position as a pioneer among global legislators. This initiative aims to establish and reinforce the EU’s role as a premier hub for AI while ensuring that AI development remains focused on human-centered and trustworthy principles. The AI Act aims to ensure that the marketing and use of AI systems and their outputs in the EU are consistent with fundamental rights under EU law, such as privacy, democracy, the rule of law and environmental sustainability. Adopting a dual approach, it outright prohibits AI systems deemed to pose unacceptable risks while imposing regulatory obligations on other AI systems and their outputs. The new regulation, which also aims to strike a fair balance between innovation and the protection of individuals, not only makes Europe a world leader in the regulation of this new technology, but also endeavours to create a legal framework that users of AI technologies will be able to comply with in order to make the most of this significant development opportunity. In this article we provide a first overview of the key points contained in the text of the AI Act that companies should be aware of in order to prepare for the implementing regulation.
CMS European Private Equity Study 2024
Resilient deal activity and strategic growth amid economic challenges
Space exploration: what goes up, must come down
BackgroundThe space economy is predicted to be worth a staggering $1.4 trillion by 2030.1 This exponential growth can be largely attributed to the new private “space race” dominated by the world’s...