Will the end of Covid support ‘fuel insolvencies’?

Will the end of Covid support ‘fuel insolvencies’?
This article was originally published in Reports Legal, 29 October 2021, and can be found here. Following the withdrawal of government support measures to mitigate the economic effects of the pandemic, Dana Rădulescu, Partner, MPR Partners, examines the outlook for insolvency. At the beginning of October, the main UK government support measures given to British […]
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European Banking Authority’s new Anti-Money Laundering provisions, article published in Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, September 2021

European Banking Authority’s new Anti-Money Laundering provisions, article published in Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, September 2021
Founding Partner Gelu Maravela recently authored an article which was originally published in Thomson Reuters’ Regulatory Intelligence, with regards to the European Banking Authority’s new Anti-Money Laundering provisions. Developments in technology, together with globalisation, have been accompanied by the proliferation of certain types of misconduct, with instances of fraud sometimes appearing to increase on a […]
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EU Cybersecurity Joint Unit

EU Cybersecurity Joint Unit
The EU Commission presents next steps in the setting up of the Joint Cyber Unit 1. Background of the proposed changes The COVID-19 pandemic has boosted digitalization and digital interaction at all levels of European society. Along with increased interconnectivity, however, came greater vulnerabilities and threats from a cybersecurity perspective. In order to deliver seamless […]
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Automatic linking – CJEU judgement (2021)

Automatic linking – CJEU judgement (2021)
THE CJEU DELIVERS ITS JUDGEMENT IN CASE-392/19 ADDING TO THE JURISPRUDENCE ON WEB LINKING 1. Introduction On September 10, 2020, Advocate General Maciej Szpunar delivered his Opinion in Case C‑392/19 VG Bild-Kunst v Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, where a request for a preliminary ruling was lodged with the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU” […]
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The cybersecurity competence centre starts to take shape

The cybersecurity competence centre starts to take shape
1. Introduction In the recent years, cybersecurity has become one of the crucial areas that the European Union (“EU”) decided to invest in to get fit for the digital era. In order to acquire leadership and autonomy in this field, the EU takes steps to develop competencies, capacities and capabilities. One step in this regard […]
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European Union’s new cybersecurity strategy

European Union’s new cybersecurity strategy
1. Background Cybersecurity is at the forefront of the European Union (“EU”)’s efforts to build a resilient, green and digital Europe. In this respect, on December 16, 2020, the European Commission and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy presented the European Union’s new Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade1 […]
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Loading NIS Directive 2.0 for higher cybersecurity protection

Loading NIS Directive 2.0 for higher cybersecurity protection
1. Introduction In the last years, cybersecurity has become one of the European Commission’s critical priorities. Given that the landscape of threats has significantly expanded, it comes as no surprise that the Commission has proposed a revised version (the “Proposal”) of the Directive concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and […]
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GDPR and ePrivacy interplay

GDPR and ePrivacy interplay
Abstract: Data breach notifications were firstly introduced in 2009 by means of amendments to the E-Privacy Directive, where such data breaches occurred in connection with the provision of publicly available electronic communications service. Further on, GDPR extended data breach notification obligation to all industries. The initial scope was to have a single notification regime, as […]
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When 5G regulations affect mobile operators

When 5G regulations affect mobile operators
1. Background As the recent pandemic showed, the modern world fully relies on the good functioning of the electronic communication sector. Communication plays an important part these days for individuals, businesses, public authorities, and the implementation of 5G technology will create the premises for enhancing the way society uses and benefits from the electronic communication […]
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Legal challenges in implementing the 5G EU toolbox

Legal challenges in implementing the 5G EU toolbox
1. What is the 5G EU toolbox On January 29, 2020, the European Commission adopted the Communication that endorsed the Cybersecurity of 5G networks EU Toolbox of risk mitigating measures (“5G EU Toolbox”)1. The scope of the 5G EU toolbox is to pencil out a coordinated European approach based on a common set of measures […]
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