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Portugal suspends the transfer of data to the United States

Portugal suspends the transfer of data to the United States
13/05/2021

On 27 April, the Comissão Nacional de Proteção de Dados (CNPD), Portugal’s national data protection authority ordered the National Institue of Statistics (INE) to suspend, within 12 hours,

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EU lower court annuls State aid decision in Amazon case but upholds finding of State aid in ENGIE case

EU lower court annuls State aid decision in Amazon case but upholds finding of State aid in ENGIE case
12/05/2021

On 12 May 2021, the General Court of the EU issued its judgments concerning the appeals brought by Amazon and Luxembourg, respectively ENGIE and Luxembourg, against the European Commission decisions of October 2017 

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Luxembourg impact of EU Commission's new guidance on EU merger control referrals

Luxembourg impact of EU Commission's new guidance on EU merger control referrals
11/05/2021

What's new? In a Communication of 26 Mars 2021, the European Commission published new guidance on the application of the referral mechanism set out in Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation (“EUMR”).

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New Retail Investment Strategy for the EU

New Retail Investment Strategy for the EU
10/05/2021

Harmonised rules, digital innovation and focus on suitability

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Mr. Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch

Luxembourg Competition Council willing to review and refer M&A transactions to the European Commission
04/05/2021

On 29 April 2021, following the release of the widely commented European Commission guidance on Art. 22 of the EU Merger Regulation (EUMR), the Luxembourg Competition Council published a statement on the recent policy change.

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Digital Green Pass: EU data protection authorities’ position

Digital Green Pass: EU data protection authorities’ position
03/05/2021

On 31 March 2021, the European Data Protection Board (the EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (the EDPS, together the Authorities) adopted a joint opinion on the European Commission’s proposal to create a Digital Green Certificate (

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An exequatur judgment does not circulate inside EU Member States – “Exequatur sur Exequatur ne vaut”

An exequatur judgment does not circulate inside EU Member States – “Exequatur sur Exequatur ne vaut”
30/04/2021

In a recent decision, the Court of appeal clarifies that it is for each Member State to decide for itself whether the enforcement of a foreign (non-EU country) decision would be contrary to its own public order

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New Circular regarding the mutual agreement procedure provided by double tax treaties signed by Luxembourg

New Circular regarding the mutual agreement procedure provided by double tax treaties signed by Luxembourg
30/04/2021

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Mr. Vincent Wellens

Insufficient cybersecurity measures under GDPR: 100k EUR fine in Belgium & key fines elsewhere
29/04/2021

On 26 April 2021, the Litigation Chamber of the Belgian Data Protection Authority (BDPA) handed down its first fine specifically for cybersecurity failures.

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Mr. Eric Perru

The Consequences of Brexit for the Circulation of Artworks
26/04/2021

Since 1 January 2021, new rules, including a free trade agreement(1), have governed the relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom. While the UK is to be considered a third country, i.e. a non-EU member, from 1 February 2020

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