Jakob Widner, in his latest contribution to the International Law Office's Litigation Newsletter, discusses a decision of the Austrian Supreme Court regarding the admissibility of arbitration agreements in employment contracts…
Claudia Csáky and Stefan Djusic recently analyzed the Supreme Court's decision of February 18, 2021 (6 Ob 16/21b) on the admissibility to use clandestine recordings as evidence in court.
In his latest article, Dominik Possert analyzes the relationship between the information right under Art 15 GDPR and a lawyer's duty of confidentiality.
Claudia Csáky and Stefan Djusic recently analyzed the Supreme Court's decision of December 22, 2020 (4 Ob 138/20b) on trademark infringement in relation to the use of a foreign trademark to indicate the purposes of the user’s own product.
Claudia Csáky recently analyzed the decision of the Austrian Court of Justice of December 22, 2020 (4 Ob 205/20f) on the subject of exemption to the trade mark proprietor's right to prohibit a third party from using its trademark in the context of required indications of intended purpose.
In his article Jakob Widner discusses the current draft legislation on the new Home-Office-Law.
Under Section 7 Austrian Employment Act, employees cannot, while employed and without their employer's consent, operate a commercial business or conclude commercial transactions in their employer's line of business.
In his most recent article Dominik Possert examines how the legal term "undertaking-company" is defined in the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (GDPR) and how it relates…
In his recent article Jakob Widner discusses the decision of the Austrian Supreme Court, which clarifies the rules on compensation for illegal GPS tracking. ILO-Newsletter, dd. 16 September, 2020 About…
In his article Jakob Widner discusses the recent decision of the Austrian Supreme Court, which clarifies the formal requirements for a dismissal challenge by works council.