The automotive sector remains committed to addressing tomorrow’s challenges. Total Co2 emissions from car production fell by 23.7% over the past decade, while the water consumption per car produced has been reduced by 31% since 2008. The same ambition level applies to making mobility cleaner, smarter and safer for the future. The Automotive Industry Report 2018/2019, published by the Polish Automotive Industry Association and co-authored by, among others, CMS takes a look at some of the key areas affecting the future of the sector. Our cross-practice team consider some of the legal issues across Poland the CEE:
New water law – new challenges – Agnieszka Skorupińska, advocate, CMS
Limitation of claims - new regulations – Katarzyna Kucharczyk, legal counsel, CMS
New principles of personal data processing – impact on profiling in the automotive industry – Damian Karwala, legal counsel, CMS
What promotes electromobility around the globe? – Piotr Ciołkowski, legal counsel, Ada Szon, CMS
When could the use of a trademark on the internet result in violation of third party rights? – Maciej Olejnik, legal counsel, and Karina Zielińska, advocate, CMS
Competition authority inspections – better safe than sorry – Michał Derdak, legal counsel, CMS
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