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Cybercrime and the exposure of personal data. What does the reinforcement of consumer rights mean for companies?
The European Court of Justice has ruled in cases of cybercrime when and under what conditions a company owes compensation for the unauthorized disclosure of personal data caused…
Many Polish enterprises are unaware of the certain risks involved in doing business with an Unternehmergesellschaft, shortened to UG (haftungsbeschränkt). This can have serious consequences for suppliers, contractors…
German courts impose penalties for breaches of the information obligations of employees and applicants. What do employers now have to consider with regard to the GDPR?
The Duisburg Labour Court and the Baden-Württemberg Labour Court have already imposed fines of 750 and 2,5000 euros respectively for breaches of employers’ obligations to provide information to…
If a company or individual with its registered office in Germany falls into financial difficulties, insolvency proceedings are opened in Germany at the request of the debtor or…
Litigation for IP infringement in Germany is often preliminary proceedings, which are dangerous because in a few days you get a title with which to stop advertising campaigns…
Truck drivers often sign the CMR waybill or a loading list without checking the load. This can lead to the carrier’s liability if part of the load is…
If a truck cannot be used to fulfill a follow-up order due to delays at the loading or unloading point, the transport company involved suffers considerable economic damage.…