Data Protection Law

Serbia

In today's business world, the idea of not using data applications on a daily basis is impossible to imagine, while at the same time, companies are operating in the increasingly sensitive area of privacy and personal rights. Getting things wrong in this area can result in significant penalties. But it needn't come to that: We can support and advise you in detail on the needs and requirements of electronic data processing and assist you in the development of business models that are compliant with data protection laws. In doing so, you can benefit from the many years' experience we have advising and representing international clients from a broad range of different industries.

When it comes to advising our clients, our approach combines specialised legal expertise with a deep understanding of industry and application-specific requirements and concepts. This means that we can support you with the development of complete business models, including internal and external processes that comply with data protection requirements for the personal data of customers, employees or other third parties.

We can also provide you with competent legal advice regarding the development and negotiation of data protection and compliance concepts for implementation at company group, single company, divisional or individual process level. Our services also include: Coordination with data protection regulators, representing you before such official bodies, getting involved on your behalf as appropriate, in cases of actual or perceived breaches of data protection laws inside your company. We would also be pleased to advise you on data protection matters as related to outsourcing and cloud computing.

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Egon Engin-Deniz
01/01/2018
New times, new is­sues
Bro­chure TMC
30/07/2019
EDPB rules on the CLOUD Act: re­strict­ive po­s­i­tion on the le­git­im­acy...
Re­strict­ive po­s­i­tion on the le­git­im­acy of data trans­fers to US in­vest­ig­at­ing au­thor­it­ies – EDPB In a 10 Ju­ly 2019 let­ter to the European par­lia­ment's com­mit­tee on Civil Liber­ties, Justice, and Home Af­fairs (LIBE), the European Data Pro­tec­tion Board (EDPB).
Published on 22nd December 2017 in: Data Protection Leader Magazine
Cent­ral and East­ern Europe round-up: en­force­ment de­cisions...
09/07/2019
One year after GDPR's launch: the scope of su­per­vi­sion re­mains murky
GDPR com­pli­ance re­mains murky Since the 25 May 2018 launch of the EU­'s Gen­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Reg­u­la­tion (GDPR), which provides for a uni­form set of data pro­tec­tion rules dir­ectly ap­plic­able in all EU mem­ber states, su­per­vis­ory au­thor­it­ies have leveled "ef­fect­ive,.
26/06/2019
EU Reg­u­la­tion on on­line plat­forms ap­proved
On 14 June 2019, the Coun­cil of the European Uni­on ap­proved the new Reg­u­la­tion on pro­mot­ing fair­ness and trans­par­ency of on­line plat­forms. The new Reg­u­la­tion will enter in­to ef­fect in sum­mer 2021, without the need for any fur­ther im­ple­ment­a­tion by EU Mem­ber.
08/04/2019
A new age for copy­right reg­u­la­tion in the EU di­git­al mar­ket - Part...
The Dir­ect­ive on Copy­right in the Di­git­al Single Mar­ket (the “Dir­ect­ive”) has now been ap­proved by the European Par­lia­ment and once ad­op­ted by the Coun­cil of the EU it will form part of the EU Mem­ber States’ na­tion­al le­gis­la­tion by the end of the im­ple­ment­a­tion.
03/04/2019
A new age for copy­right reg­u­la­tion in the EU di­git­al mar­ket - Part...
The European Par­lia­ment voted on 26 March in fa­vour of the Dir­ect­ive on Copy­right in the Di­git­al Single Mar­ket (the “Dir­ect­ive”). If, as ex­pec­ted, it is ad­op­ted by the Coun­cil of the EU (rep­res­ent­at­ives of Mem­ber State gov­ern­ments) in mid-April, it will be­come.