20. 11. 2020

Court restrictions and suspension of deadlines

Given the current epidemiological situation, the President of the Supreme Court has decided to restrict the work of the courts commencing 16 November 2020 - except in urgent matters, all hearings are canceled, and in non-urgent matters, procedural deadlines are suspended. By Government order, effective from 20 November onwards, deadlines for exercise of rights by parties to court proceedings determined by law (i.e. material deadlines) are also suspended for at least one month.
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16. 11. 2020

Has the General Court provided clarification about business transactions in which a joint venture act as a buyer?

You might at times be left disappointed by a new product due to it being defective or breaking down soon after you purchase it - but do you know what to do next and what your rights are?
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16. 11. 2020

Misuse of the P2P network and the use of images from the internet may infringe copyright

Although intellectual property is of crucial importance for social and technological progress and plays an important part of our daily lives, many people are still surprised when they receive a claim for damages with a proposal for an out-of-court settlement of several thousand euros due to copyright infringement. There are a multitude of grounds that can give rise to such claims, one of them the fact that even slight negligence can lead to a copyright infringement, and that such infringements can be committed from home and are thus often not treated with due seriousness.
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16. 11. 2020

Which traders may open on Sundays and non-working days?

Traders may not open on Sundays and non-working days established by law, apart from certain exceptions. Find out what these exceptions are as follows.
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