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In cooperation with the Japanese Business Alliance Serbia JBAS member NST Law office and Canadian-Serbian Business Association CANSEE, JBAS has organised a Data Protection Seminar.

Having in mind that the new Serbian Law on Personal Data Protection has been adopted in the last quarter of 2018, and it is to be implemented in 2019, this seminar was an excellent opportunity to raise awareness about this important topic as well as to provide more information about what the new Law brings.

Mrs Mirjana Beaton, Managing Director of CANSEE and Ms Danijela Čabarkapa, Executive Director of JBAS have greeted the participants, while Prof. dr. Saša Gajin, who participated in the creation of the new Law, has made an introduction into the topic as a special guest at the seminar.

The presentation held by Mrs Ljiljana Urzikić Stanković, Partner at NST Law office, who has extensive experience of providing advisory services to parties in Serbia on matters of data protection, has provided participants with an opportunity to learn more about the subject through concrete examples, while the discussion after the lecture was an additional opportunity for the participants to raise questions and receive valuable pieces of advice.

After the seminar, members of the two business associations have enjoyed the possibility to exchange experiences and opinions about the topic and learn more about each other businesses.