CRM management is the main issue for the fashion companies in light of the new GDPR. We will talk about it on Tuesday 8 May 2018 at our offices in Milan for a new session of our Fashion Lunch Series!
On 14 March 2018, the General Court of the EU upheld the decision of the Board of Appeal and invalidated the Community design n. 257001-0001 (the “Crocs design”) registered by Crocs Inc. based on the priority of a US design patent application.
The current draft of Italian privacy law repeals the Privacy Code, integrating the GDPR reveals with some interesting news, but also some concerns.
Italian companies can now rely on guidelines on how to comply with the European privacy regulation (GDPR) which unvail some interesting positions.
The buzzing explosion of new technologies lately is coated with fear because of the growing number of cybersecurity meltdowns spreading all over and paralyzing users and markets. The lifeline has been identified in what seems to be the culmination of decades of research and breakthroughs in cryptography and security: blockchain. Here are our top predictions for 2018.
As “fashion shades and only style remains”, here you have our (hopefully stylish) guess on the top five fashion predictions for this year.
Gaming operators, suppliers and regulations have been rapidly changing in 2017, but what shall we expect for 2018 and how to get ready to it?
DLA Piper gambling event will take place the day before the beginning of the ICE gaming conference in London.
What will change in 2018? What should companies do to exploit it? What new legal issues will arise and how shall they be tackled?
Privacy legitimate interest might become difficult to manage in Italy following provisions introduced by means of the Budget Law.
Legislative Decree no. 63 of 11 May 2018 implementing the EU Directive no. 2016/943 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2016 on the protection of undisclosed know-how and business information (trade secrets) against their unlawful acquisition, use and disclosure. Art. 1 Amendment to article 1 of the Legislative Decree no. 30 of 10 February 2005 The wording “confidential business information” of article 1, paragraph 1, of the Industrial Property Code, provided for in the Legislative Decree no. 30 of 10 February 2005, is replaced by the following: “trade secrets”. Art. 2 Amendment to article 2 …
The tender for the award of new Italian online gaming licenses has now been launched, but operators have to hurry up!
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies that process large amounts of sensitive personal data or consistently monitor data subjects on a large scale will be required to appoint a data protection officer (DPO). As discussed in our previous posts, the DPO will have significant responsibilities, including reporting on data to the highest management level. While the DPO debate has so far been focussed on where to place the DPO within company structures, confusion remains over the DPO’s actual responsibilities.
At the beginning of 2017 the Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court (often referred to as UP/UPC package) was almost ready to start. Ratifications of the UPC treaty were taking place at healthy pace, Italy decided eventually to join the system, too, and the European Unions institutions were finalizing the last pieces of legislations necessary to accommodate the Unitary Patent into the basket of the EU rights. Then came Brexit.
DLA Piper (Roma, Via dei Due Macelli 66, 6 dicembre 2017, ore 11:00) vi invita a partecipare ad una tavola rotonda dedicata all’analisi dei decreti attuativi della Legge n. 220/2016 (“Legge Cinema”) e alle conseguenti opportunità di investimento per la realizzazione di prodotti audiovisivi (inclusi tax credit, contributi automatici, tutela dei minori e delle opere europee). Sarà inoltre dato spazio all’analisi di strutture di finanziamento delle opere cinematografiche e audiovisive.