Jones Day (Brussels)

Jörg Hladjk

Jones Day (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Jörg Hladjk’s practice has focused on European cybersecurity and data protection matters for more than 13 years. He leads the Jones Day’s Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Practice in Brussels. He advises multinational clients across all industry sectors, with an emphasis on automotive, IT, energy, and medical devices. His work covers all areas of EU data protection, such as implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Regulation compliance programs, data breach preparedness, and incident response. Jörg has specific experience in developing strategies for international data transfers, including Binding Corporate Rules and assisting with approval procedures by EU data protection authorities. He also has negotiated numerous data processing agreements on both the customer and provider side as well as successfully represented clients in contentious data protection matters.

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Articles

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Kaarli Harry Eichhorn, Jörg Hladjk, Cristiana Spontoni, Rick van ’t Hullenaar The EU Commissioner for Competition Vestager highlights the Commission’s fight against cartels during and after COVID-19, including reigniting dawn raids

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On 22 October 2021, Executive Vice-President and Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager highlighted the Commission’s commitment to combating cartels during the COVID crisis and in its aftermath. During the pandemic, the Commission’s activity against cartels included decisions issued in (...)

Kaarli Harry Eichhorn, Cristiana Spontoni, Jörg Hladjk, Rick van ’t Hullenaar The EU Commission consults Member States on a draft proposal to prolong the State aid Temporary Framework and to extend its scope with the intended aim of further accelerating economic recovery for businesses still impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

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On 30 September 2021, the Commission launched its consultation with Member States on a draft proposal to prolong the State aid Temporary Framework until 30 June 2022 and to extend its scope with the intended aim of further accelerating economic recovery. The Temporary Framework, to recall, was (...)

Renato Antonini, Kaarli Harry Eichhorn, Jörg Hladjk, Cristiana Spontoni The EU General Court annuls for inadequate reasoning two COVID-19 related State aid decisions granted by the Netherlands and Portugal while also confirming in a third decision the legality of a Spanish State aid scheme in the air transport sector (Ryanair)

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On 19 May 2021, the General Court (“GC”) annulled two decisions of the European Commission, following Ryanair’s challenges of State aid granted to respectively TAP (Portugal’s national airline) and KLM (subsidiary of the Air France-KLM holding company). In June and July 2020, TAP and KLM received (...)

Renato Antonini, Kaarli Harry Eichhorn, Jörg Hladjk, Cristiana Spontoni The EU Commission approves amended Member State measures under the Temporary Framework to support the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak

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Since the onset of the coronavirus outbreak, the European Commission has adopted a significant number of State aid measures under Article 107(2)b, Article 107(3)b and under the Temporary Framework. The most recent measures adopted to support the economy and companies affected by coronavirus (...)

Laurent de Muyter, Bernard Amory, Alexandre G. Verheyden, Yvan N. Desmedt, Eric Barbier de la Serre, Craig A. Waldman, Jörg Hladjk, Undine Von Diemar, Matt Evans The EU Commission unveils sweeping proposals to regulate the digital sector

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In Short The Development: The European Commission ("EC") recently released two long-awaited legislative proposals, the Digital Services Act ("DSA") and Digital Markets Act ("DMA"), that would significantly increase the EC’s regulatory oversight of online platform companies (previewed in our (...)

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