08 April 2020
POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF COVID-19 ON CONTRACTS: HARDSHIP :
Lack of active participation of millions to the economic life for long periods will have short and long-term effects on the supply chains, and the trade relations and therefore it is inevitable that many natural and legal persons will have a hard time fulfilling their contractual obligations, or will simply not be able to do so.
30 March 2020
THE FIGHT AGAINST CORONAVIRUS IN THE WORKPLACE: A DATA PROTECTION AND EMPLOYMENT LAW PERSPECTIVE (PART 2):
Due to the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus in the past couple of months, many workplaces around the world and in Turkey have implemented a variety of measures. In this article, we will review the measures to combat coronavirus in the workplace within the scope of labor law.
16 March 2020
24 October 2016
Reforms to the Law on Pledges of Movable Property: Business Enterprises in Turkey Expected to Enjoy Easier Access to Finance Sources:
The Draft Law on Pledges of Movable Property in Commercial will introduce significant changes to the current legal regime on pledges of moveable property by (i) establishing a specific registry for pledges of movable property, (ii) expanding the scope of the pledge, (iii) allowing for pledges to be established without transferring the possession of movable property from pledgors to pledgees, and (iv) accomodating alternate routes to foreclosure.
18 October 2016
22 August 2016
International Comparative Legal Guides to: Data Protection 2016:
The ICLG series provides current and practical comparative legal information on a range of practice areas and it follows a question and answer format which ensures thorough coverage of each topic within different legal systems worldwide.
01 August 2016
11 April 2016
A New Era for Data Protection in Turkey: The Law on the Protection of Personal Data Enters into Force:
On 7 April 2016, the Law has entered into force upon its publication in the Official Gazette. Whereas Turkish data protection law previously depended on scattered provisions of privacy in various codes and regulations, the Law will provide the general framework for the protection of personal data henceforth.