The latest local elections in Montenegro have raised serious questions on data protection issues.
Month: October 2022
The Trend of Development of Games of Chance in Serbia
The history of games of chance is not new, it goes back a long way. The games of chance are as old as the origin of civilization and they have always caused conflicting opinions.
Digital Markets Act – an opportunity or a new challenge
DMA represents the embodiment of all the Commission’s efforts in this sphere and after less than three years of consideration, it will enter into force on 1 November 2022.
Finalizing the legal framework for easier construction of renewable energy facilities
The Ministry of Ecology, Spatial Planning, and Urbanism of Montenegro enacted a Rulebook on closer criteria for the assessment of requests for the issuance of urbanistic-technical conditions for the construction of facilities for the production of electricity from renewable sources of the sun and other renewable sources.
New governance structure of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR
We are pleased to announce that JPM Partner Djordje Novčić has been appointed by Serbian National Committee as one of the Delegates to the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR (the ‘Commission’).
Draft Law on Digital Property in preparation
Exciting news has arrived from the Central Bank of Montenegro – drafting and writing of the first Montenegrin Law on Digital Property is planned to begin soon.
Serbia harmonizes energy legislation with EU natural gas network codes
Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted on yesterday session 5 Regulations by which the Republic of Serbia harmonizes its legislation with the EU natural gas network codes, the obligation of which exists for the Republic of Serbia as the contracting state of the Energy Community.
Reform of Individual Income tax and Position of Entrepreneurs
On 29 September 2022, the Fiscal Council of the Republic of Serbia published the „Proposal of social and tax policy measures for reducing inequality and poverty risks in the Republic of Serbia “.
MTU opens its new MRO facility in Serbia
We are pleased to announce that today, our client, company MTU Maintenance Serbia d.o.o, a fully owned subsidiary of German MTU Aero Engines AG, officially opened its new facility in Nova Pazova near Belgrade, which is a €100 million investment.
THE 3RD JPM INTERNATIONAL GDPR CONFERENCE
Does it really matter if controllers conclude DPA with CSPs located in the EU, Serbia or EU CSPs under the control of parent companies located in the US?