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Digital Services Act Package: A Right Step towards a Europe fit for the Digital Age?

Twenty years after the adoption of the e-Commerce Directive, the European Commission released its Digital Services Act Package (Package) comprising two proposals for a Regulation, the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA), that will profoundly modify the legal regime for online services:

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Best wishes for 2021

With 2020 having been such a peculiar year, marked by the global pandemic, we decided as a firm to support a cause that really resonates with us. 

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Two colleagues appointed within the governing bodies of the network of public affairs experts FIPRA

Two members of our team have joined the governing bodies of the FIPRA network present in more than fifty countries around the world and which SAMMAN Law and Corporate Affairs represents in France. 

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Second wave of Covid-19

We keep monitoring actively the measures taken by the Government and the European institutions to tackle the crisis. You can follow the adoption of Covid-19 related measures in France on our LinkedIn.

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Covid-19: reflexions and tools

The Covid-19 epidemic and subsequent lockdown did not slow down our activities for our clients, quite on the contrary. We have developed new actions, such as actively monitoring measures taken by the Government and the European institutions to tackle the crisis, or, with our network FIPRA, an interactive tool compiling the European approaches on contact tracing apps.

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Snapshot of the EU Digital Agenda in light of COVID-19

The European Commission published its Digital Package on February 19th, 2020, setting the framework for action over the next five years in the digital sphere. The COVID-19 outbreak has, however, forced the European institutions to rapidly switch into crisis management mode; political energy has been drawn towards containing the spread of the virus, with marginal reviews so far of its 2020 Work Programme. 

File to download Digital look at the EU Digital agenda in light of COVID19 - 21 April 2020.pdf