Since the beginning of this year, the Personal Data Protection Office has issued fines of almost CZK 4,500,000 for breaches of the GDPR in connection with the processing of personal data via cookies.
The act becomes effective on the first of August 2023. As of this date, certain obliged persons must implement the reporting channels and comply with other obligations imposed by the act.
On 5 April 2023, the Government approved a long-awaited amendment to the Labour Code that incorporates several European directives and brings a number of fundamental changes that will affect most employers.
On 1 July 2023, the second part of the amendment to the Business Corporations Act will enter into effect, bringing significant changes in the area of eligibility of persons to be a member of an elected body of a business corporation.
We would like to inform you that we are changing the name of our law office to act Řanda Havel Legal advokátní kancelář s.r.o. as of 1.3.2021. Why have we made this change and what other news is there?
New risks (not only) for members of the statutory body of a business corporation
Employers will be Able to Defer Contributions to their Social Insurance at Reduced Penalties
Abolition of real estate acquisition tax and statutory pre-emptive right
What changes in the procedural law issues and enforcement implementations are brought by Lex Covid?
Lex Covid Act – Impact on Bodies of Legal Entities
Beware of Significant Provision in the Agreement on Providing Contribution from the Antivirus Programme
How to Employ Foreigners During the State of Emergency?
New Insolvency Rules Resulting from the COVID-19 Pandemic
Compensation Package for Employers adopted by the Government of the Czech Republic
Is your business in the Czech Republic adversely affected by coronavirus or respective preventive measures?
Update on state liability for damages in connection with emergency measures
Impact of the COVID-19 Epidemic on Dispute Resolution
Personal data processing during the COVID-19 outbreak
Extension of Compensation Package for Employers
Covid-19 Legal Alert
Legal Consequences of the Coronavirus Epidemic for your Contractual Relationships
Liability of the state for damages in connection with the measures adopted in crisis
Lessees’ Claims Against Lessors as a Result of Governmental Measures
Return of the “bad son” in the form of a statutory pre-emptive right, new obligation to register trust funds and other legislative news.
Registration of beneficial owners from 1January 2018 and legislative news from the previous quarter.
Protection of trade secrets according to the EU and legislation news from the past three months.
In May 2016, the Official Journal of the European Union published the “General Data Protection Regulation”, which represents the greatest change in data protection law in the last 20 years.
The New Public Procurement Act will go into effect on 1 October 2016, according to which contracting entities will now be obliged to exclude from public procurements all joint-stock companies that do not have book-entered shares.
What types of injuries count as work-related when they happen on business trips?
On 17 February 2016, the Czech Constitutional Court published its decision in the matter of the so-called ‘bakery cartel’, which may improve the position of companies during dawn raids.
Starting from 1 February 2016, all companies entering into purchase contracts with consumers or providing services to consumers have certain new obligations as a result of an amendment to the consumer protection act, in particular, the obligation to inform consumers of the possibility to settle any disputes out of court and provide information about the relevant entity to contact.
Please note that the deadline for the preparation of the report on relations is approaching.
The Lower Chamber has passed in the first reading a government bill to introduce a Public Procurement Act which aims to unify the rules of public procurement and concession contracts and to replace the current Act No. 137/2006 Coll., on Public Procurements and the Act No. 139/2006 Coll., on Concession Contracts and Concession Procedures (the Concessions Act).
On 15 December 2015, the European Parliament approved in the second reading the biggest reform of the European trade mark law so far, the so called reform package.
On September 30, 2015 Czech Supreme Court issued a decision on acting of the statutory body of a legal person towards its employees explaining certain unclear provisions of the new Civil Code.
How to protect yourself against bullying by an insolvency petition?
As a follow-up to our previous newsletter, we would like to inform you that this morning the Court of Justice declared the Commission’s US Safe Harbor Decision invalid.
The Opinion of the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union, dated 23 September 2015, may result in reviews of, and a reduction in, personal data transfers from Europe to the US.
A notary public may make entries in the Commercial Register while you wait.
The wide range of associated responsibilities in connection with the general meetings.
Is it possible to conclude a written contract via e-mail?
This year the Reports on Relations for 2014 will be regulated, for the first time, by the new rules resulting from the recodification of private law.
Act No. 261/2014 Coll., which amends certain Acts covering the financial market, went into effect on December 1,2014
Amendment to the New Civil Code
Illegal Work, Employment of Foreigners