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  • German competition regulator restricts Facebook data use

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 15 February 2019

    The Bundeskartellamt found Facebook's merging of user data from multiple sources to be both anti-competitive and in breach of the GDPR.

  • Cybersecurity in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – an overview and update

    Artikel

    Ingediend: 12 February 2019

    This article discusses recent updates to cybersecurity regulation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  • Digital Health Event – Brussels

    Seminar

    Datum: 19 February 2019

    Join us in Brussels as we explore the results of our global survey on key Digital Health trends and how they will shape the future of the Healthcare & Life Sciences industry.

  • Largest fine yet under the GDPR levied against Google by the French Data Protection Regulator

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 22 January 2019

    Google has been fined a record €50m following complaints made under the GDPR by privacy campaigners.

  • The Start Up Guide: Finance and Taxation Beperkte toegang

    Algemeen

    Ingediend: 22 January 2019

    Section 3 is intended to provide you with an overview of the key issues to consider when deciding whether to obtain equity and/or debt finance for a company. It explains the process to obtain these types of finance and the types of documents/agreements that would need to be entered into with investors/lenders.

  • The Start Up Guide: Human resources Beperkte toegang

    Algemeen

    Ingediend: 22 January 2019

    Section 4 is intended to provide you with guidance on the formalities to be complied with in taking on employees. It also explains your main responsibilities as an employer, and an overview of the issues surrounding the termination of employees.

  • The Start Up Guide: Contracts with customers and suppliers Beperkte toegang

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    Ingediend: 22 January 2019

    Section 5 is intended to provide you with an overview of the key issues to consider when entering into a contract with a customer or a supplier under English law. It explains how to enter into a legally binding contract and the purpose of clauses that you might encounter (or wish to include) in the contracts that you enter into with customers and suppliers.

  • The Start Up Guide: Dispute resolution Beperkte toegang

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    Ingediend: 22 January 2019

    Section 6 considers two of the principal formal routes under English procedural law for resolving disputes, namely litigation and arbitration. Although both routes share broadly similar underlying principles and can have similar steps, there are several key differences between them. Because of the width of this topic, this section only focuses on general commercial dispute resolution and how best to prevent a dispute from arising in the first place.

  • The Start Up Guide: Protecting and using your ideas Beperkte toegang

    Algemeen

    Ingediend: 22 January 2019

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