On 30th July 2019 the Greek Data Protection Authority has published an important decision on consent declarations concerning the processing of employees’ data. Our GDPR discusses the guidance issued by the Greek Data Protection Authority and its possible ramifications for Cyprus businesses.
On 12 February 2019, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted its first opinion (the Opinion) on an administrative arrangement, which provides a new mechanism for the transfer of personal data between European Union (EU) financial supervisory authorities and securities agencies and their non-EU counterparts.
The EU Succession Regulation (EU Regulation 650/2012, also known as the Brussels IV) governs cross-border issues of succession within the European Union.
Succession in Cyprus is governed by two main pieces of national legislation, namely the Wills and Succession Law (Cap. 195) and of the Administration of Deceased’s Estate Law (Cap. 189). In addition, as a member of the European Union, Cyprus applies European law on succession matters, such as the EU Succession Regulation (650/2012).
Institutions are occasionally prohibited from suing sovereign governments without their consent on the basis of the soverign immunity doctrine. Harris Kyriakides LLC summarises the Cyprus position on the matter in the 2019 Sovereign Immunity edition of #Lexology. You can read the Cyprus chapter here.
A report published by the European Commission on the General Data Protection Regulation which is adopted with a common EU approach to the protection of personal data, directly applicable in the Member-States shows that it has achieved many of its objectives but needs more work.
The United Kingdom is currently in the process of exiting the European Union through an unprecedented, extensive and uncertain procedure. We touch upon the key areas of Cyprus law which may be affected from the UK withdrawal from the European Union.
In the Compensations booklet below, you may find a summary of all rulings issued by the Cypriot courts in 2018, in which compensations were awarded for damages resulting from any form of accident. The purpose of this report is to give an indication of the amount of compensation given for various accident cases.
The European Data Protection Board published an opinion on the interplay between the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications and the General Data Protection Regulation to generally clarify whether the processing of personal data triggers the material scope of both the GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive.
The European Court of Justice delivered a judgment to clarify the question of defining judicial authority competent to issue a European Arrest Warrant, and ruled on the sufficient guarantee of independence required to be regarded as such under EU law.
Following an audit carried out in the insurance sector, the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection (the Commissioner) published her findings about the improvements to be made and accomplished before the end of June.
Recent European legislation is giving reputable bankrupt entrepreneurs a second chance and makes it easier for viable enterprises in financial difficulties to access preventive restructuring frameworks at an early stage to prevent insolvency.
The proposal, as submitted by the Commission, seeks to amend the Motor Insurance Directive (2009/103/EC) in five specific areas: (i) insolvency of the insurer; (ii) claims history; (iii) risks due to uninsured driving; (iv) minimum amounts of cover; and (v) scope of the Directive.
Companies are increasingly using marketing to promote their products and services not only to their existing customers but also to potential ones. This is the purpose of the electronic marketing, to target individuals using digital methods, such as text messages or emails.
On 14 November 2018, the Supreme Court of Cyprus issued its decision in Metaquotes software ltd v xxxxx Dababou Civil Appeal No. E234/2016.
Every organised society is governed by a set of rules of law, that its members are bound to follow. At the same time, given that our legal system follows the rules of common law.
Article 30 of the 4th European Directive (EU) 2015/849 on the prevention of the use of the financial system.
It is our great pleasure to announce that we have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the School of Law, of the University of Nottingham.