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In a recent decision dated 1st October 2019 of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), the Court addressed the issue of Cookie Consent and the Bundling of Consent. A German company (Planet49) organised a promotional lottery on a website. The conditions to enter the lottery were to provide some personal data and […]
New rules impose more transparency and fairness to online platforms and search engines A new EU Regulation imposing more transparency, fairness, predictability and trustfulness for online intermediation services and search engines has just been adopted with reference number (EU) 2019/1150. Online intermediation services present an opportunity for businesses to expand their market scope and commercial […]
We want to meet you at Unicareers, on 27 September 2019 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Join us at booth #63! LuxExpo, The Box
WHAT HAPPENED? A new EU Regulation imposing transparency, fairness, predictability and trustfulness upon online platforms and search engines has just been adopted on 20 June 2019, waiting to make its appearance on the EU Official Journal. WHY THE NEED FOR A NEW REGULATION? Online intermediation services present an opportunity for businesses to expand their market […]
Luxembourg, 17 July 2019 – MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour is delighted to announce the promotions of Régis Muller to Partner and Sophie Lamothe and Virginie Liebermann to Counsel. The promotions recognise their dedication to the firm and to the firm’s clients together with their high standard of skills and expertise in their chosen practice […]
MOLITOR has been recognised in the rankings for its work in 7 practices and The Legal 500 also praises a number of MOLITOR’s partners and lawyers for their specialist expertise.
According to a European Commission survey the majority of websites do not let consumers buy from another EU country. Traders use various practices restricting online cross-border sales based on nationality, residence or place of establishment. These discriminatory practices can occur both online and off-line and include: denying delivery to customers from other Member States, declining […]
The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) took direct effect in Luxembourg on 25 May 2018, but since it allows EU Member States latitude in specific areas, Luxembourg passed a new law on 1 August 2018 which repealed the former Luxembourg law on data protection of 2 August 2002: the 1 August 2018 Act concerning the […]
Implementation of the GDPR will mean a different approach to information security in Luxembourg, as data subjects’ rights have been strengthened. Sign-in at The Lawyer to read the full article.
MOLITOR has been recognised in the rankings for its work in 8 practices and The Legal 500 also praises a number of MOLITOR’s partners and lawyers for their specialist expertise.