Data protection

Our lawyers also have considerable experience in resolving intellectual property and data protection disputes in courts, as well as in investigating and examining data protection infringement incidents.

The clients of ECOVIS ProventusLaw appreciate the benefits of our expertise coupled with deep knowledge of respective sectors. Our lawyers are often contacted by companies operating in the IT, telecommunications and financial services sectors with issues of development of services and products, acquisition of software, licensing, protection of intellectual property, data processing and protection.

We work both with recognised market leaders and with medium and small businesses operating in this sector. Our lawyers have provided advice in processes of strategic importance to the telecommunications market, such as number portability procedures or radio frequency tenders or auctions, as well as represented an IT company in defending its interests after its code had been copied and in defending the interests of a client in a hacking criminal case.

Loreta Andziulytė

Head of practice group

Loreta Andziulytė

Partner, attorney at law

The experience by ECOVIS ProventusLaw include:

ECOVIS ProventusLaw advises on all regulatory issues of data protection. We represent clients in their registration as data controllers, develop privacy policies and advise on issues related to them. Our lawyers also advise on issues of processing of personal data, personal data of employees and data transfer to third parties, represent clients in the State Data Protection Inspectorate, in courts and in the investigation of data protection infringements.

Success stories

News

EU countries will have to justify their need to access personal communication data

With their separate national legislation, EU countries, will no longer be able to combat crime by obligating the electronic communications operators to store all of the subscribers’ communication traffic and

Data protection in FinTech companies – time to prepair for the new regulation

FinTech industry, resulting from the strengthening of linkages between the financial services and information technology sector, is a real technological whirlwind, providing financial markets with an enormous leap in progress.