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Data Protection Officer | time.lex
Privacy & data protection

A Data Protection Officer is a position or role within an organisation. The Data Protection Officer oversees the processing of personal and privacy-sensitive information. When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018, many companies will be obliged to have appointed a Data Protection Officer.

Legal 500 | time.lex
News & announcements

The internationally renowned legal ranking "Legal 500" last week published its list of the best law firms by sector and by country for 2016, based on a large-scale satisfaction survey of clients of the firms involved.

In its niche subjects time.lex is again recognized as a “top-tier” and “leading” firm with very high scores. 

Belgian Privacy Commission proceedings against Facebook | time.lex
News & announcements

time.lex successfully represented the Belgian Privacy Commission in its summary proceedings against Facebook before the President of the Brussels Court of First Instance.

Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) | time.lex
Information technology

What does the new Payment Services Directive mean for (Controlled) Access to the Account, XS2A, API Banking, Disruptive FinTech Start Ups, Security Guidelines, strong customer authentication, Open Banking, TPP’s ... ?

European Commission | time.lex
E-commerce

time.lex has just completed a study for the European Commission, examining legal prerequisites for cloud computing SLAs across the EU. This study has now been published, and includes a cloud computing SLA template, including explanatory comments.

Top tier firm Legal 500 and Chambers | time.lex
News & announcements

time.lex has once again been ranked highly in 4 key categories in the latest 2015 edition of the Legal 500 and Chambers. We would like to thank all our clients and referral partners for giving us such positive feedback.

Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) | time.lex
Intellectual property

E-commerce service providers can contractually prevent other websites from copying factual information from their website for commercial use, such as for price comparison purposes.

Internet Payments' Security | time.lex
E-commerce

In mid December 2014, the European Banking Authority published its final guidelines on the security of internet payments. They set out the minimum security requirements that Payment Services Providers in the EU will be expected to implement by 1 August 2015.

Lawfirm | time.lex
News & announcements

Brussels-based TMT & IP boutique law firm time.lex has further strengthened its IP, media and unfair competition practice with the hire of Johanne Ligot.

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