The protection of personal data, the confidentiality of letters and other means of communication, is not regulated entirely and in a decisive manner by national legislation, even though it is a constitutional category.

This right is acknowledged and protected by the most important international instruments for human rights protection, starting with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, the European Social Charter, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the International Covenant on Civil and Political rights, the Council of Europe Convention on the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data, Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to personal data processing and the free transfer of such data and others.

Because successful management is unthinkable in modern times without the daily collection of large amounts of personal data, every organization needs to establish an efficient, safe and legal system of collected data processing, and to eliminate the risk of any damage or detrimental impact on the business reputation of the company.

Our team has gained extensive knowledge and experience in this demanding and delicate area and is able to provide complete support to clients, regardless of whether it is within a necessary short-term crisis management, pointing to permissible means of sensitive data processing, a general program of database management or the presentation of databases abroad.





Special problems of data processing and protection occurs with employers monitoring employees in order to create conditions for safe and healthy operations, as well as during assessment of the employees' performance, which is where our team of lawyers is able to ensure lawful collection and processing of the employees' personal data, without any invasion to their privacy.

We are particularly proud of our extensive experience in the regulation of this area through internal acts of corporations, which has proved to be an extremely useful practice in all transition economies with unclear legislation in this field.

Our services in this area include, but are not limited to:

  • Legal counseling in the field of the collection, processing, keeping and the security of personal data
  • Legal counseling regarding the possibilities for data transfer from the Republic of Serbia
  • Legal counseling on the issues of processing particularly sensitive data
  • Legal counseling in the field of employees' privacy rights
  • Legal support and assistance during the registration of the employers' databases
  • The development of all kinds of legislative measures in this field
  • The harmonization of the employer's internal acts with the applicable national and international regulations
  • The examination of the legality of the feeding of various data in the companies' databases
  • Monitoring and analysis of case law in the field of personal data protection and privacy rights
  • The Representation in this area before the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection, public administration bodies and courts
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