Europe is home to some of the world’s most advanced economies and complex employment laws. Unprecedented labor mobility and a shared regulatory framework mean that companies operating in the European Union (EU) must be prepared to navigate the laws of its 28 member countries, as well as a unique supranational legal system. ELA’s legal leaders assist multi-national clients in the EU, as well as in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) of the former Soviet Union, to identify efficient and cost-effective legal and business solutions to make local laws work for them.
The collection, storage, and transfer of personal data is an increasing concern among both employees and employers
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From the beginning of March
Article 20 of the GDPR creates a new right to data portability. This allows for data subjects to receive the personal data
Whilst the future of immigration law in the UK is in a state of uncertainty, the existing regime continues, with some important
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