• 11. Oktober 2017 Brexit and Data Protection: The UK Government's New Data Protection Bill
    The UK government has taken an additional step in its attempts to find a way to ensure uninterrupted data flows between the UK and the EU after Brexit. On 13 September 2017, the UK government introduced a draft Data Protection Bill to the UK Parliament. The very complex Bill, with its 18 schedules and numerous cross-references to the GDPR, is designed to enter into force on 25 May 2018, i.e., when the new EU General Data Protection Regulation becomes effective. Read what the authors think you should know at this stage.
    28. September 2017 Getting the Deal through: Privacy & Cybersecurity in Germany
    Ein Interview mit Dr. Martin Braun.
    24. Juli 2017 Newsletter: German Government Amends German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance to Widen Control of Foreign Takeovers of Critical German Companies
    On July 12 the German federal government adopted important amendments (the amendments) to the German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (the Ordinance), allowing for wider control of foreign corporate takeovers with a view to enhancing the protection of companies that are active in security-sensitive areas and that provide critical infrastructure.
    29. Juni 2017 Investorenvereinbarungen und Business Combination Agreements bei Aktiengesellschaften
    Wiegand, Investorenvereinbarungen und Business Combination Agreements bei Aktiengesellschaften, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen 2017; Dissertation.  
    28. Mai 2017 Brazil's developing gas market: opportunities for arbitration
    Harler/Bianchini, CDR-Magazin, Sommer 2017, S. 36 ff
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    17. Mai 2017 Kartellverfahren und Kartellprozess
    Co-Autor in: Kamann/Ohlhoff/Völker (Hrsg.), C.H. Beck Verlag, München
    17. Mai 2017 Kartellverfahren und Kartellprozess
    Mit-Herausgeber und Co-Autor des Handbuchs "Kartellverfahren und Kartellprozess", Kamann/Ohlhoff/Völcker, C.H. Beck Verlag, München 
    11. Mai 2017 Kommentar zur Datenschutz-Grundverordnung: DS-GVO
    Braun/Kamann in: Ehmann/Selmayr (Hrsg.), Kommentierung der Art. 16-21, C.H. Beck Verlag, München, S. 435-528
    2. Februar 2017 Neue Argumente der Kommission gegen fiskalische Beihilfen – die Ungarn-Entscheidungen der Kommission
    Ylinen in: iStR - Internationales Steuerrecht 2017, S. 100 ff.
    25. August 2016 Kommentar zum Kreditwesengesetz, VO (EU) 575/2013 (CRR) und Ausführungsvorschriften
    Müller in: Boos, Fischer, Schulte-Mattler (Hrsg.), Kommentar zum Kreditwesengesetz, VO (EU) 575/2013 (CRR) und Ausführungsvorschriften, Verlag C.H. Beck, München, 5. Auflage 2016, Band 2, §§ 31–43 KWG. 
    5. August 2016 Newsletter: Department of Commerce Now Accepting Privacy Shield Self-Certifications: A Primer for Compliance and Self-Certification
    The Privacy Shield framework is a voluntary program that provides companies with a mechanism for complying with EU data protection requirements when transferring personal data from the EU to the US. The framework is open to businesses subject to the enforcement jurisdiction of the US Federal Trade Commission or the US Department of Transportation. It replaces the Safe Harbor program and has a number of substantive new requirements that should be considered before a company self-certifies under the framework.
    24. Juni 2016 Newsletter: Brexit – Major Upheaval and Change
    As the UK leaves the EU, in light of the seismic result of the United Kingdom referendum this morning, there will be an immense amount to do, for the UK and the remaining EU, and for companies that are either based in, or have interests in the UK.
    2016 Düfte knacken Bankgeheimnis
    Wettner/Kempe-Müller in: FAZ v. 20.06.2016, S. 16
    28. April 2016 Newsletter: Arbeitsrecht Update 1 | 2016
    Entwurf des Referentenentwurfs zur Änderung des Arbeitnehmerüberlassungsgesetzes - Verordnung zum Mindestlohngesetz wegen Lockerung der Dokumentationspflichten - EuGH-Urteil: Berücksichtigung von Fremdgeschäftsführer bei Massenentlassungs­anzeigen
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    7. März 2016 Newsletter: German Cum/Ex-Trades: Enhanced Risks and Industry-Wide Challenges
    The German and international financial industries and their advisors have come under new pressure to investigate so-called 'cum/ex' trades conducted between 2000 and 2012. 
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