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The Trade Secrets Directive has been implemented in the Czech Republic, allowing for a Europe-wide uniformity in protection for trade secrets.
Gabriela Skvarekova reports on recent action by the Czech DPA, as it increases scrutiny on the use of marketing databases acquired from third parties.
The Czech Office for the Protection of Competition imposed a fine of EUR 70,000 on a company engaged in the wholesale sales of sporting products for illegal price fixing agreements concluded with certain retailers.
On 24 April 2020, the Act on Certain Measures to Mitigate the Impact of the Coronavirus Epidemic on Various Court and Enforcement Proceedings (the "Act", also referred to as Lex Covid Justice) was published in the ...
Changes brought by LEX COVID into Czech legislation
The Senate of the Czech Republic approved on 16 April 2020 two acts on loans (including consumer loans) repayment measures in connection with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic proposed by the Czech Government.
Lockdown, shutdowns, drops in revenue and related negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic faced by companies even still operating and in a healthy state have prompted the Czech government to respond to this situation ...
On 1 January 2017, a new law on Gambling (the "Gambling Act")  will come into force, opening up the Czech gambling market. The opening itself is generally considered as good news, especially by foreign gambling ...
As we have previously mentioned on MediaWrites, as of 1 January 2017 a new Gambling Act has come into force in the Czech Republic introducing strict rules for the gambling industry, with the intention of preventing ...
The Act on Opening Hours has prompted controversial reactions right from the outset of its legislative process. at present, there are two contradictory proposals in the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic.