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Dr. Lukas Feiler, SSCP, CIPP/E, has more than eight years of experience in IP/IT and is a partner and head of the IP and IT team at Baker McKenzie • Diwok Hermann Petsche Rechtsanwälte LLP & Co KG in Vienna. He is a lecturer for data protection law at the University of Vienna Law School and for IT compliance at the University of Applied Science Wiener Neustadt. Prior to joining the Firm, Lukas was an associate at the Austrian headquarter of an international law firm, vice director at the European Center for E-Commerce and Internet Law, and an intern at the European Commission, DG Information Society & Media. Having worked at IT companies in Vienna, Leeds, and New York, he has experience as a system and network administrator. In April 2014, Lukas has been named as Cyber Security Lawyer of the Year for Austria in the 2014 Finance Monthly Law Awards. In 2011, he received the Jus-Top-League Award from Die Presse and the Academy for Law, Taxes & Business as one of the five most promising up-and-coming lawyers.

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has published draft guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR (Guidelines). They replace the previous guidelines on the concepts of controllers and processors which the Art. 29 Working Party, i.e., basically the EDPB’s predecessor, had published in 2010. The Guidelines…

The European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) has published draft guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR (“Guidelines”). They replace the previous guidelines on the concepts of controllers and processors which the Art. 29 Working Party, i.e. basically the EDPB’s predecessor, had published in 2010. The Guidelines are open for public consultation until October 19, 2020, after which the final version will be issued.

This is the fifth in a series of guidance notes on what the ‘Schrems II’ decision means for companies that rely on EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, controller-to-processor standard contractual clauses, SCCs for transfers to controllers, derogations/exceptions to transfer restrictions, and binding corporate rules, as well as what ‘Schrems II’ means for Brexit and what companies can expect with the road ahead on these issues.

After Easter customers will be allowed to enter hardware and garden stores, stores of construction materials, iron and wood shops and shops where the customer area does not exceed 400 m². Regarding the Corona Relief Fund the government announced first broad lines. This once again prompted us, to update our…

After Easter customers will be allowed to enter hardware and garden stores, stores of construction materials, iron and wood shops and shops where the customer area does not exceed 400 m². Regarding the Corona Relief Fund the government announced first broad lines. This once again prompted us, to update our…

Our latest edition covers 39 jurisdictions, answering five common data privacy and security questions employers may have in light of COVID-19. As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic and its profound impact across regions and industries, many companies are facing difficult business and legal challenges and are required to…

April 3 update: Our latest edition includes updates for 12 jurisdictions in EMEA, Latin America and Asia Pacific. As COVID-19 continues to quickly spread across the globe and has officially been declared a pandemic, many companies are facing difficult business and legal challenges and are required to make some urgent…