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Documents by Lawyers at this office
The Schrems Saga Continues: Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority Revokes Transfer Authorizations
Simon J. McMenemy,Hendrik Muschal,Grant D. Petersen, October 29, 2015
Citing the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) October 6, 2015 decision in Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner, which invalidated the EU Commission’s Safe Harbor decision, the Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA) announced, on October 19, 2015, that it was...
European Court of Justice Invalidates European Commission’s Safe Harbor Decision
Simon J. McMenemy,Hendrik Muschal,Grant D. Petersen, October 20, 2015
On October 6, 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued its much-anticipated decision in Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner, Case C-362/14. The case considered the viability of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework, which has been applied to permit U.S. companies to transfer personal data...
Germany’s First National Minimum Wage Law Will Take Effect on January 1, 2015
Yvonne Schmidt,Sachka Stefanova-Behlert, February 25, 2015
On January 1, 2015, Germany’s Minimum Wage Law, or Mindestlohngesetz, will take effect. Under this first-ever national minimum wage law, almost any employee in Germany—including contract employees, as well as employees of employers based outside the country regardless of the choice of...
Year Established: 1977