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A TOP Brexiteer who repeatedly urged Scottish voters to ditch “unelected judges in Luxembourg” has now backed a continuing role for the European Court of Justice in Britain. Tom Harris, former director of Vote Leave in Scotland, said Britain should continue to comply with the European arrest warrant ...
During the year, 17new infringement procedures involving Estonia were launched and 14 procedures concerning failure to transpose EU law in time closed. None of the infrigement procedures reached the trial phase. Most of the infringement procedures involving Estonia involved delays in transposing ...

As these ISDS tribunals exist outside normal court system, including Europe's judicial system, the European Court of Justice ruled that they are incompatible with EU law. ISDS is best known as being part of the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a planned EU-US ...
To get this far, the U.K. has had to make big concessions that have upset pro-Brexiteers, namely on the rights of EU citizens coming to Britain, the rights of U.K. fishing fleets in U.K. waters and the role of the European Court of Justice. The U.K. has also ceded ground on the transitional arrangements for the ...
Brexit negotiators have said the rights of EU citizens arriving in the UK and UK expats on the continent would remain in place until the end of 2020. But expats want to ... The family are three of five claimants seeking to retain their EU citizenship rights after Brexit through The European Court of Justice (ECJ) .
EU authorities have in recent years taken aim at Google's dominance among internet search engines and demanded back taxes from Apple and Amazon. The European Court of Justice in 2014 recognized "the right to be forgotten," allowing people to demand search engines remove information about them ...

(CN) – As in 2016, Luxembourg-based officials reported Friday, more than 1,600 cases were brought last year before the European Court of Justice and the General Court of the EU. A five-year look of how the European Court of Justice handled cases between 2013 and 2017. Of the 1,656 cases brought, ...
The fundamental reasoning of the Court can be summarized as follows: the arbitration agreement under examination may give rise to an arbitration procedure where EU law would be interpreted or applied, without the ultimate control of the CJEU. That, in the eyes of the CJEU, undermines its own position ...
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) is likely to uphold the concerns of the Irish courts about extraditing people to Poland, according to an expert on European law. Any such ruling would create a massive crisis for the EU justice system and would be enormously embarrassing for Poland. Prof Laurent Pech ...
The authorities decided they should be sent back to Croatia because it was their point of entry to the EU. The sisters challenged this at the European Court of Justice [ECJ], but it ruled in favour of the authorities. Under the so-called Dublin regulation, refugees typically have to seek asylum in the first EU state ...
(CN) – An Irish court should be allowed to protect one of its citizens from a judgment abroad of which the man did not receive prior notice, a magistrate with Europe's highest court determined Thursday. The case before the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice stems from a work assignment that ...
In a groundbreaking decision of 6 March 2018, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) shook up the arbitration community. The first reaction generally is that the CJEU has virtually stopped investment arbitration proceedings if the underlying Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) had been concluded between ...
... of treaties at risk as ECJ rules clause ILLEGAL. HUNDREDS of treaties have been shrouded in doubt after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that an arbitration clause in investment protection agreements violates EU law. By Paul Withers. PUBLISHED: 07:12, Thu, Mar 8, 2018 | UPDATED: 12:19, Thu, Mar 8, 2018 ...
European Court of Justice rules that Dutch fiscal unity regime violates EU freedom of establishment - Dutch remedial legislation kicks in retroactively limiting ... Today, on 22 February 2018, the European Court of Justice ruled that certain benefits of the Dutch fiscal unity regime for corporate income tax ...
May's speech on Friday fell flat in Brussels, where it was felt the prime minister was still seeking the benefits of the single market without accepting the obligations to accept the primacy of EU law, jurisdiction of the European court of justice and the free movement of goods, capital, services and labour.
The ECJ's ruling in 2016 was also referred to in a report by former Chief Justice John Murray's on Ireland's data retention regime, which described the 2001 Act as being contrary to EU laws and amounted to mass surveillance. "While that report was advisory", counsel said "it was difficult to imagine a more ...
Employers can include pregnant women in job cuts, the top EU court, has ruled, dismissing the case of a woman who said her upcoming birth should have ... The European Court of Justice said that its decision applied to instances where there was no link between the decision to end employment and the ...

WARSAW — Poland broke international law by drastically increasing logging in one of Europe's last primeval woodlands, which is home to endangered animal species, an official of the European Court of Justice said on Tuesday. Yves Bot, an advocate general at the court, issued his opinion on the ...
The Supreme Court will shortly finalise questions for the European Court of Justice about Brexit's potential impact on the extradition of EU citizens to the UK. If the European court agrees to fast-track the case it could make a decision within three months. Given the importance of the issues raised, other EU ...
British nationals living the Netherlands had taken a case to the Amsterdam district court arguing that they should not be stripped of their EU citizenship after Britain leaves the EU. In a decision released on Wednesday, the district court said it would refer the case to the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
The CJEU acknowledged that “an international agreement providing for the establishment of a court responsible for the interpretation of [the EU's] provisions and whose decisions are binding on the institutions, including the Court of Justice, is not in principle incompatible with EU law.”11 However, Article 8 ...
Britain will be hit with European Commission legal action for persistently ignoring EU rules on deadly air pollution, a breach which could result in huge fines from the bloc's highest court. The Telegraph has learnt that Britain is among the worst offending member countries that will be hit by new “infringement ...
The Government will not accept a Brexit deal which keeps Britain under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), Boris Johnson has said. ... But such a move would place the EU on a collision course with Theresa May, the Prime Minister, who has long insisted that the court's influence over ...
The Queen Mary University of London Professor said that no matter the type of dispute resolution alternative the UK will choose to implement post-Brexit, there will still be no escape from rulings of the European Court of Justice. Giving evidence to the EU Justice sub-committee on Tuesday, Mr Mitsilegas ...


 

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