EU

Digital Enterprise - New Grants for Cybersecurity - NIS2 and DORA

The Operational Program Technologies and Application for Competitiveness (OP TAC) has announced a new grant call focused on supporting digitalization in companies. Grant funds can also be used to support the company’s cybersecurity (DORA regulation, NIS2 directive).

New Grants for Cybersecurity

Soon, small and medium-sized enterprises will be able to apply for a grant to strengthen cybersecurity from the European grant call Digital Enterprise.

Contract for the Provision of Digital Content

A new type of contract for the provision of digital content has been part of the Czech civil code since January of this year. What exactly does the amendment introduce, and what changes does it bring?

DORA Regulation – Revolutionizing the Rules for Cybersecurity in the Financial Sector

With the rise of digitization and technological progress, businesses face new security challenges. The financial sector is no exception, where, considering the potential damages and risks of cyber-attacks, it is crucial to ensure a high level of data and information protection.

Next phase of IP grants for 2023

The European Commission is relaunching its popular SME Fund programme for 2023. Under the programme, you can receive a grant of up to €1,810 to protect your intellectual property.

EU Markets in Crypto-assets Regulation (MiCA)

MiCA is an EU regulation on crypto-asset markets. MiCA aims to fill the gap in the regulation of crypto-assets at EU level and harmonise the existing legislation in EU Member States. MiCA applies to the issuance, public offering and acceptance of crypto-assets for trading and the provision of certain crypto-asset services in the EU.

Crowdfunding service provider licence

Explore the intricacies of EU-based crowdfunding service providers and stay informed about the latest regulatory requirements set by EU Regulation 2020/1503. Our in-depth article provides valuable insights and best practices for obtaining a license and starting the process early.

European Union launches next phase of trademark subsidies for 2022

The European Commission has relaunched its SME Ideas Powered for Business Fund programme, implemented by the European Union Intellectual Property Office, from 10 January 2022.

How to Obtain the Status of Exclusive Supplier for the European Union Market

Restrictions on competition in relation to cartels or monopolies are punishable by law, but in the field of intellectual property, it is possible to acquire a status similar to that of a monopoly, namely by an exclusive right to certain intellectual property.

EU-US Privacy Shield may soon not be a guarantee of the legal transfer of personal data to the US under the GDPR

On 5 July 2018, the European Parliament adopted Resolution 2018/2645 (RSP) on the adequacy of the EU-US Privacy Shield for the protection of European citizens when transferring their personal data to the US. This occurred in response to the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica case, when the company had abused Facebook data for more than 2.7 million European citizens in connection with the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.