GDPR: ‘Years away from legal certainty’ as breach notifications keep rising

Written question submitted by liberal MEP raises questions about practical enforcement of the Regulation

EU’s new Whistle-blower Directive in force

A new EU Directive on the protection of whistle-blowers has entered into force. It mandates better protection of informants and aims to ensure that complaints are dealt with swiftly.

Australia and EU negotiating free-trade agreement

The EU is not holding back in enlarging the largest free trade area in the World

ECJ: Parties not directly affected by actions of a cartel may claim compensation for losses incurred

New ECJ ruling gives increased protection to parties affected by anticompetitive behaviour

Relief for Polish mortgage borrowers as EU top court allows conversion of Swiss franc-based loans

ECJ judgement to allow Polish courts to reconvert mortgage loans into local currency

Online platforms may be compelled by courts to remove defamatory content world-wide, ECJ rules

The ECJ ramps up judicial oversight over Facebook in latest defamation ruling

Brexit: What next for Britain?

With a No-Deal Brexit looking ever more likely, quickly concluding deals with its main trading partners will become vital once the UK is outside the EU.

‘European Parliament has noise-makers and law-makers’

INTERVIEW: Former European Commissioner Viviane Reding from Luxembourg sat down with In-House Legal to discuss Brexit, data protection and gender equality.

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