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Fuelled by increased consumer demand for cutting edge products and low-cost services, you face a constant battle to offer ‘more for less’. Innovation drives growth, provided you overcome significant regulatory and commercial hurdles. Having worked on a broad range of cutting-edge technology, media and communications matters in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) over the past two decades, our market-leading specialists in the region have dealt with every risk and challenge you face in a rapidly evolving market, from IP infringement and anti-trust issues to the complex issues that arise as markets adapts to transformative technologies – big data, the cloud, e-health and the internet-of-things. Many companies are also joining forces as they seek to meet highly capital-intensive demands for investment in technology and building networks. Our experts in CEE, many of whom have worked in-house in leading technology, media and communications companies, have led on a significant proportion of the limited number of network sharing arrangements that are in place across Europe.

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Johannes Juranek
01/01/2018
Bits, bytes and an edge
Bro­chure IT Law
13/08/2018
New EU reg­u­la­tion brings trans­par­ency to on­line in­ter­me­di­ar­ies and...
In the new draft  set of rules ("Pro­pos­al for a Reg­u­la­tion for fair­ness and trans­par­ency for busi­ness users of on­line in­ter­me­di­ation ser­vices"), the European Com­mis­sion will ob­lige on­line in­ter­me­di­ation ser­vices and search en­gines to ob­serve great­er fair­ness.
01/01/2018
New times, new is­sues
Bro­chure TMC
25/07/2018
Kenzo v Kenzo Es­tate: The CJEU con­siders the ad­miss­ib­il­ity of late...
In­tro­duc­tion The latest de­cision of the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on ("CJEU”) in the Kenzo case provides use­ful guid­ance on ad­miss­ib­il­ity of late evid­ence in EU trade mark ap­peal pro­ceed­ings and cla­ri­fies the mean­ing of ‘un­fair ad­vant­age’ for well-known.
Johannes Juranek
18/09/2014
Net­work Shar­ing Sur­vey: Europe’s com­pet­it­ive­ness weakened...
16/07/2018
The mat­ter of Chris Froome
The Tour de France's de­cision to ad­mit the con­tro­ver­sial rider high­lights the dis­cre­tion­ary power of world sports or­gan­isa­tions like the IOC and ASO In early Ju­ly, the World Anti-Dop­ing Agency (WADA) an­nounced it would not ap­peal the de­cision of the Uni­on Cyc­liste.
07/06/2018
In­de­pend­ent re­view of in­teg­rity in ten­nis
In early 2016, the four or­gan­isa­tions prin­cip­ally re­spons­ible for gov­ern­ing pro­fes­sion­al ten­nis at the in­ter­na­tion­al level, the ATP, the WTA, the ITF and the Grand Slam Board (the "In­ter­na­tion­al Gov­ern­ing Bod­ies") ap­poin­ted an In­de­pend­ent Re­view Pan­el (the.
17/05/2018
Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence and Ro­bot­ics: From a La­bour and Tax Per­spect­ive...
Mod­ern in­form­a­tion tech­no­logy, in­tel­li­gent al­gorithms and pro­duc­tion ro­bots are strongly in­flu­en­cing the work­ing world in the 21st cen­tury. Every­day tasks are already be­ing per­formed by in­tel­li­gent al­gorithms.
26/03/2018
McHardy with­draws in­junc­tion re­quest – Is this a vic­tory for open...
After the with­draw­al of re­quest for in­ter­im in­junc­tion in Co­logne High­er Re­gion­al Cour­ton March 7, can users of open source soft­ware breathe a sigh of re­lief or does this with­draw­al give rise to false hope? When Co­logne Re­gion­al Court is­sued an in­junc­tion in.
19/03/2018
Open Source Com­pli­ance
Open source com­pli­ance fail­ures can pose a ser­i­ous threat to af­fected com­pan­ies. Here is an over­view. After the first open source li­cense was en­forced by a Ger­man court in 2004, there is no longer any doubt about their valid­ity.
15/03/2018
Trans­par­ency in Big Data – New in­form­a­tion rights of the GDPR
One of the GDPR’s main ob­ject­ives is to in­crease trans­par­ency in Big Data. Sub­sequently, con­trol­lers are re­quired to re­veal more de­tails of their data pro­cessing op­er­a­tions. In­form­a­tion rights as in­di­vidu­al rights In­form­a­tion rights as stip­u­lated in art­icles.
08/03/2018
Court of Justice re­jects call to an­nul On­line Gambling Guidelines
On 20 Feb­ru­ary 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on (“CJEU”) pub­lished a judg­ment which up­held an earli­er de­cision of the Gen­er­al Court re­ject­ing an ap­peal by the Bel­gian state to an­nul a European Com­mis­sion ("Com­mis­sion") re­com­mend­a­tion deal­ing.