Dmitry Alekseev and Natalia Antunez explained in One Trust Data Guidance an overview of data colletcion by vehicles depending on the level of automation and purposes, alongside the challenges posed to cybersecurity and data protection. Read the copmplete article in the following link.
Iberian Lawyer The firm founded by Fernando Antas da Cunha in 2015 continues to grow with the integration of 13 lawyers and 3 administrative staff in its Porto office. Antas da Cunha ECIJA has just announced the strengthening of its practice in the north of Portugal, with the integration of Jorge Carneiro & Associados in […]
In an article for the monthly report of Islamic Finance News, the largest media service provider specialized in Islamic Finance, Fábio Figueira, a partner in the Corporate and Competition areas of CTA, talks about the occurring discussions around the regulations of the Islamic Finance in Brazil. Even though the country is the largest Halal protein exporter in […]
Nearshore Americas On March 29 after an 2-year period of of vacatio legis (absence of law), the long-awaited Law 81 on Personal Data Protection in Panama, originally passed in 2019, came into force. Like recent regulations on data protection in Latin America, Panama’s Law 81 was noticeably influenced by the European regulatory model and includes some of […]
Postponement of the new rules for environmental licensing in the State of Rio de Janeiro On March 31, 2021, Decree No. 47,550/2021, by the State of Rio de Janeiro (“new Decree”), was published, which “amends Decree No. 46,890, of December 23, 2019, which provides for the State System of Licensing and other Environmental Control Procedures […]
Iberian Lawyer, Eco Antas da Cunha Ecija has hired two new lawyers in the Employment area for their Porto office. Luís Branco Lopes (pictured left) and André David (pictured right) join the Employment Law and Social Security Department, coordinated by partner Pedro da Quitéria Faria. The lawyers will be based in the Porto office. Fernando […]