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As a business operating in today’s increasingly regulated markets, you need to manage your commercial risk while achieving your business objectives. Your success is built upon the effectiveness of your relationships with both customers and suppliers. Sector-specific contractual arrangements are key to this. Not only do you need the right legal answer, you need it in the context of the market in which you operate.

With over 350 lawyers across 42 countries, our multi-disciplinary teams are trained to understand the cultural and business variations impacting your commercial arrangements.

We organise our teams around sectors and industries relevant to you, including financial services, manufacturing, automotive, consumer products, energy, hotels and leisure, infrastructure and projects, lifesciences, supply and logistics, real estate and construction, technology, telecoms, media and sports. Our webinar and knowledge services also ensure that you are fully up to speed on all legal and regulatory developments.

Whether you require advice on commercial contracts, supply services, e-commerce, IT or telecoms agreements, data protection, design and manufacturing, advertising, sponsorship and marketing, consumer sales, software licensing, outsourcing or sales, agency, distribution and franchise agreements, our specialists can guide you towards the best business outcome for you.

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    Distribution and Franchising

    To keep your distribution or franchising system both efficient and sound, somebody has to keep an eye on the legal framework conditions at all times. Only then can your product or service be commercially successful on the market in the long run. Numerous Serbian and international producers and sales companies choose us as their trusted partner because of our experience in all aspects of national and international distribution and franchising law as well as our extensive know-how in related practice fields. We advise you on all questions related to e-commerce, antitrust law, competition and trademark law.

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    22 January 2021
    EDPB is­sues draft guidelines for data breach no­ti­fic­a­tions
    Fur­ther to the GDPR re­quire­ment for re­port­ing per­son­al data breaches to the com­pet­ent data pro­tec­tion au­thor­ity and, in cer­tain cases, to af­fected in­di­vidu­als, the European Data Pro­tec­tion Board (EDPB)...
    19 January 2021
    New GDPR strategy to tackle new tech­no­logy, data se­cur­ity, in­ter­na­tion­al...
    The European Data Pro­tec­tion Board (EDPB) pub­lished its GDPR Strategy 2021-2023 on 5 Janu­ary 2021, set­ting out four main pil­lars and key ac­tions, which in­clude: Pil­lar 1: Ad­van­cing har­mon­isa­tion and...
    13 January 2021
    EU­'s Por­tuguese pres­id­ency re­leases new draft of ePri­vacy Reg­u­la­tion
    On 5 Janu­ary 2021, the Coun­cil of the EU – with Por­tugal serving as the Pres­id­ent-in-Of­fice – re­leased a new draft ver­sion of the ePri­vacy Reg­u­la­tion, which is meant to re­place the ePri­vacy Dir­ect­ive...
    16 December 2020
    EU Com­mis­sion pub­lishes pro­posed Data Gov­ernance Reg­u­la­tion
    On 25 Novem­ber 2020 the European Com­mis­sion pro­posed new rules on data gov­ernance – a pro­posed Data Gov­ernance Reg­u­la­tion, which is the first of a set of meas­ures an­nounced in the 2020 European strategy...
    15 December 2020
    Five years after Hua­wei ZTE FRAND li­cens­ing ob­lig­a­tions again be­fore the...
    On 26 Novem­ber 2020, the Düs­sel­dorf Re­gion­al Court an­nounced that it would sus­pend a pat­ent in­fringe­ment pro­ceed­ing and refer key ques­tions on com­puls­ory li­cens­ing of stand­ard es­sen­tial pat­ents (SEP)...
    01 December 2020
    Ar­bit­ral rules – The sea­son of change con­tin­ues: ICC Ar­bit­ra­tion Up­date
    On 1 Decem­ber 2020, the ICC In­ter­na­tion­al Court of Ar­bit­ra­tion launched its re­vised ICC Ar­bit­ra­tion Rules (the “Rules”), which will ap­ply to ar­bit­ra­tions sub­mit­ted to the ICC Court from 1 Janu­ary...
    24 November 2020
    Schrems II: Re­sponses to the su­per­vis­ory au­thor­it­ies' as­sess­ment and re­com­mend­a­tions...
    "Schrems II": Opin­ions of the su­per­vis­ory au­thor­it­ies on Schrems II and re­com­mend­a­tions on the im­ple­ment­a­tion of the judge­ment in in­ter­na­tion­al data trans­fers On 16 Ju­ly 2020, the Court of Justice of...
    16 November 2020
    Schrems II re­vis­ited: the European data au­thor­ity pub­lishes draft guid­ance...
    On 11 Novem­ber 2020, the European Data Pro­tec­tion Board (EDPB) pub­lished two re­com­mend­a­tions that provide guid­ance to com­pan­ies on how to as­sess data trans­fers after the ECJ’s Schrems II de­cision:...
    10 November 2020
    Reg­u­lat­ing high-risk AI: EU Par­lia­ment calls for a new civil li­ab­il­ity...
    On the 19 Oc­to­ber 2020, the European Par­lia­ment (“EP”) ad­op­ted pro­pos­als on reg­u­la­tion of Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence (“AI”) pre­pared by the EP’s Com­mit­tee on Leg­al Af­fairs (“JURI Com­mit­tee”)...
    23 October 2020
    The EU FDI Reg­u­la­tion be­comes fully ap­plic­able
    The EU FDI Reg­u­la­tion, which came in­to force in April 2019, in­tro­duces a frame­work for screen­ing FDI in­to the EU. It is not a sep­ar­ate new screen­ing tool at EU level, but a frame­work for co­oper­a­tion and...
    02 October 2020
    CMS Ex­pert Guide to AML and CTF law and reg­u­la­tion in CEE
    In or­der to main­tain the in­teg­rity of fin­an­cial mar­kets and pre­vent cor­rup­tion and ter­ror­ism, it is ne­ces­sary for all gov­ern­ments to take a ro­bust ap­proach to money laun­der­ing and ter­ror­ist fin­an­cing...
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    15 September 2020
    European Com­mis­sion pub­lishes Staff Work­ing Doc­u­ment on Ver­tic­al Block...
    The Staff Work­ing Doc­u­ment (SWD 2020 173 fi­nal) is the next step on the road to an up­dated VBER and cor­res­pond­ing guidelines. With the cur­rent VBER due to ex­pire on 31 May 2022, the Staff Work­ing Doc­u­ment...