COMPETITION LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COVID-19: 1 July, Hungary. Central Europe Chapter of ASCOLA (Academic Society for Competition Law) organized a series of webinars on the upcoming challenges to effective protection of competition in the region after the pandemic. We are honored that our colleague Judit Firniksz, LL.M. was invited as a speaker. Registration

Changes in the regulation of agricultural and food supply chain?

In 2019 new rules on the distribution of agri-food products were established across the European Union when Directive 2019/633 of the European Parliament and the European Council on unfair trading practices in business-to-business relationships in the agricultural and food supply chain (Unfair Trading Practices Directive – UTP Directive) was adopted in April 2019. Our competition law experts,…

Competition Aspects of Info Sharing and Digitalization

In their study, our competition law experts, Judit Firniksz and Borbála Dömötörfy examined the effects of digitalized economic environment on the paradigms of competition law. The study titled “Information Exchange Going Digital” was published in the prestigious Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies of Centre For Antitrust and Regulatory Studies by University of Warsaw.  

Meeting of Hungarian attorneys in the Carpathian Basin

Our colleague, dr. Miklos Klenanc, attorney-at-law was presenting on liability issues related to AI on 11 October 2019 at Sapientia Hungarian University of Transilvania in the frame of the first meeting of Hungarian attorneys in the Carpathian Basin:

Our colleague has been elected as the Hungarian national representative of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA)

The International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) held its 55th annual congress in Tokyo. This year’s main topic was artificial intelligence and the relating legal issues. Réti, Antall and Partners PwC Legal Law Firm was represented by dr. Miklós Klenanc, attorney-at-law, who has been dealing with liability issues pertaining to robots, self-driving cars and other…

Legal issues related to self-driving cars

On 24 March 2017, Réti, Antall & Partners Law Firm PwC Legal hosted a successful roundtable on the liability, data protection and regulatory issues related to self-driving cars. The roundtable attracted attendees from AImotive, Budapest University of Technology and Economics – Department of Networked Systems and Services, Commsignia, thyssenkrupp Presta Hungary Kft. and PwC. The…