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Eisenberger & Herzog

VIENNA TWIN TOWER, WIENERBERGSTRASSE 11, 1100 VIENNA, AUSTRIA
Tel:
Work +43 1 606 36 47
Web:
www.ehlaw.at
Graz, Vienna

Prof Georg Eisenberger

Tel:
Work 0043 316 36 47
Email:
Web:
www.ehlaw.at
Eisenberger & Herzog

Position

Georg Eisenberger is Partner at our offices in Graz and Vienna and heads our public law practice group. He advises clients in the entire state of Austria on large scale projects in the field of construction law, zoning law, trade law, water protection law, environmental law, waste management law and other fields of administrative law. Georg published two monographs and numerous articles in these areas. With his co-author Elisabeth Hödl, Georg holds the Research Award granted by the Austrian League of Towns for their monograph on conditions under zoning law for the erection of shopping malls in Austria.

Languages

German, English

Member

Austrian Bar Association

Education

Georg holds law degrees (Dr iur) from the University of Graz. He is a professor (Univ Prof) for construction and zoning law as well as constitutional and administrative law at the Graz University of Technology and the University of Graz.


Austria

Administrative law and public sector

Within: Administrative law and public sector

Infrastructure projects, renewable energy, and banking and finance regulatory law are areas of focus for the team at Eisenberger & Herzog. Practice head Georg Eisenberger is known for his strength in environmental law and world heritage issues; he recently advised XXXLutz on the environmental impact assessment approval requirements pertaining to the construction of a furniture store, and acted for construction company Strabag on a mining project. Tatjana Dworak represented Windparkbetreiber KÀrnten in administrative proceedings relating to more than 15 wind farms in Carinthia. Ulrike Sehrschön regularly advises clients from the infrastructure, energy and healthcare sectors on regulatory issues. Other key clients include Styria Media Group, Salinen Austria and the city of Graz.

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    On 5th December 2018, the Austrian data protection authority ( Datenschutzbehörde , "DSB") issued a decision (DSB-D123.270/0009-DSB/2018) on data subject's right to data deletion according to Art 17 GDPR. In a nutshell, the DSB accepted consistent anonymisation as a valid alternative to physical and technical deletion. Beside the clear statement that anonymous data is not subject to the GDPR, the DSB provided detailed information on (technical) requirements of anonymisation methods:
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  • Consent or pay – a valid scheme under the GDPR?

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    Stefan Artner , Partner and Head of the Real Estate Practice Group, and real estate attorney Klaus Pfeiffer of DORDA advised Austrian Real Estate Development GmbH ( ARE , a subsidiary of Bundesimmobilien-Gesellschaft, the Austrian privatization agency) on the acquisition of the Denk Drei office properties from IC Development . The successful closing of the forward purchase transaction took place on April 30, 2018. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
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  • Austrian "White List"

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    A landmark decision was issued yesterday (Judgement Bărbulescu v. Romania), a source of debate in the media , in which the European Court of Human Rights clarified the restrictions on monitoring employees in the workplace.