Insufficient data protection solutions in a bank Country: Bulgaria Fine: EUR 511,200 A Bulgarian bank has been punished for leaving its 33,492 customers’ personal data without appropriate protection. The case was initiated following notice from a third party that it had free access to the bank’s customer information. After internal inspection, penetration of the bank’s […]
Director Daiga Avdejanova of the State Data Inspectorate (SDI) informed the public about the work that the organisation has been performing for the last year since the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into force. During this time span, 140 cases of non-compliance with GDPR requirements have been detected. Of these, fines were imposed in […]
In August 2019, the Estonian Competition Authority (ECA) prohibited a proposed merger between two travel agency services providers in Estonia. In her most recent article our senior associate Piibe Lehtsaar analyses the case and gives a short overview of why the travel agencies’ arguments were rejected by the ECA. Read the full text here.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has published an updated edition of Incoterms 2020 terms of trade for the sale of goods. This ninth edition of Incoterms sees changes to both the structure and content of the rules. Although the changes are not as radical as expected, it is useful to understand the new rules […]