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Holubová Advokati Supported Tourism Conference Organised by the Faculty of Law of Charles University

On 9 November 2017, the Faculty of Law of Charles University held a conference entitled Current Legislative Issues Affecting Tourism IV (Aktuální otázky právní úpravy cestovního ruchu IV), which was supported ...

Duties of tour operators towards their clients in transfers of personal data abroad

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes specific obligations on everyone who transfers personal data abroad. Given that transfers of clients’ personal data to foreign partners with a view to performing a travel contract are an inherent part...

Data protection officer and healthcare providers

One of the new duties introduced by the General Data Protection Regulation, effective from 25 May 2018 (hereinafter the “GDPR”), is the duty of certain personal data controllers to designate a “data protection officer”. The GDPR ...

Klára Havlíčková lectures at conference on Current Issues Pertaining to Legal Regulations Governing Tourism

Klára Havlíčková, an attorney at the law firm Holubová advokáti took part in the conference entitled Current Issues Pertaining to Legal Regulations Governing Tourism (Aktuální otázky právní...

Reporting obligations regarding out-of-court settlements of consumer disputes – 1 May 2016

Vendors are obliged to provide information in their general business terms and conditions about the method they use to resolve consumer disputes extra judicially no later than by 1 May 2016. This fact stems from the effective date of the amendment to the ...

Lecture: How to Sell Package Tours and Not Violate Copyrights

The law firm Holubová advokáti has teamed up with the Association of Czech Travel Agents to organise a series of lectures on "How to Sell Package Tours and Not Violate Copyrights”. The lectures are aimed particularly at the use of ...