News

December 13, 2018

Not to be overlooked – ZPIZ and ZZZS recourse rights

Cases in which ZPIZ and/or ZZZS launch recourse claims against employers because of workplace employee injuries or occupational diseases are on the rise. Such recourse claims are generally not covered by general insurance against civil liability.
November 26, 2018

Collective agreement for Slovenia’s trade sector extended

Having adopted a new KPDTS in July 2018, the Ministry for Labor, Family, Social Matters and Equal Opportunities issued a decision on 9 October 2018, declaring that, for certain business activities, the term of the KPDTS had been extended.
November 22, 2018

CHIEF EXECUTIVE DEFRAUDS CHARITY OF MORE THAN £700,000

The former chief executive of charity Age Concern South Tyneside has been found guilty of defrauding the organisation out of more than £700,000.
October 17, 2018

Data protection during an asset deal

Since the assets are being transferred, so are usually the customers datasets which are administrated in databases. The new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) clarifies how customer data has to be handled during an asset deal. This problem doesn’t arise during a share deal since the databases stay in the same company.