26. 6. 2019

What rights do consumers have when shopping online?

Today, online shopping has become a common (daily) task for many people, which often results in various complications/frustrations due to the specific nature of the shopping experience. Therefore, it is good a thing to know your rights as consumers and regularly keep an eye on changes in this area.
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26. 6. 2019

Sweeping reform of the register of non-possessory security interests and seized goods

The register of non-possessory security interests and seized goods is open to public inspection; a sweeping reform of the register is also in the pipeline – one that would further simplify searches and speed up entries in the primary register.
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26. 6. 2019

Amendment to the Real Property Mass Valuation Act (ZMVN-1)

The amendment has postponed the mass valuations to the spring of 2020, which could dvlly alter current real estate valuations.
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26. 6. 2019

Free flow of non-personal data in the EU

A Regulation removing obstacles to the free flow of non-personal data in the EU enters into force.
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26. 6. 2019

Are foreign nationals the solution to increased workload and personnel shortages?

To cope with growing shortages of qualified personnel employers often employ foreign nationals, especially those from countries that made up the former Yugoslavia. Since this area was recently subject to several changes, we hereby summarize key information for employers.
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21. 6. 2019

Trade secrets: Have you the proper safeguards in place?

In our monthly newsletter Legal Buzz we have already reported on the new Trade Secrets Act (TSA) which entered into force on 20 April 2019. With this notice we wish to give you some additional recommendations regarding measures which need to be adopted in order for your trade secrets to enjoy legal protection pursuant to the new Act.
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22. 5. 2019

Changes with regard to copyright and Copyright Directive

New Directive on Copyright brings several new rules at the EU level, which are said to be necessary in order to adapt to technological progress; however, the experts are of the opinion that these rules are to some extent controversial.
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22. 5. 2019

The air passenger rights in the European Union

The summer holidays are near, and so are travels which are increasingly being done by air. Since not even the holidays are safe from inconveniences, we provide here a short description of rights that you, as an air passenger, have in the event of delay or cancellation of the flight or lost baggage.
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22. 5. 2019

Holiday allowance 2019: Answers to some questions currently arising in practice

It is common knowledge that in May 2019 the amendments to the Personal Income Tax Act and Pension and Disability Insurance Act came into force and that they are relieving the holiday allowance of personal income tax and social contributions. As there is an increasing number of questions arising in relation to the new regulation, we provide some answers to the most pressing issues.
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17. 4. 2019

European Labour Authority established

On 14 March 2019, the European Commission, Parliament and Council came to a provisional agreement on the proposal of the Commission for the establishment of a European Labour Authority.
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