Dr. Eva Cellina is a Swiss qualified attorney-at-law specializing in contractual law, data privacy, and intellectual property. She obtained a PhD from the University of Geneva in 2019 with a thesis on personal data commercialization, aspects of contractual law, and personal data protection. She spent a semester as a visiting researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
She co-founded swissprivacy.law,which publishes free legal insights and commentaries on data protection and transparency.
Dr. Eva Cellina currently works as Legal Counsel at STMicroelectronics, advising on intellectual property licensing.
The general principle of good faith does not establish an ancillary obligation requiring the seller in a real estate transaction to act against his or her own interests or prevent the buyer from needing to pay tax on the sale