CJEU. Case C-479/21 PPU Governor of Cloverhill Prison and Others. The provisions in the Withdrawal Agreement concerning the European arrest warrant regime with respect to the United Kingdom and the provision in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom concerning the new surrender mechanism are binding on Ireland

The inclusion of those provisions in those agreements did not justify the addition of a legal basis relating to the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice for the purpose of concluding those agreements, with the result that those provisions did… Read moreCJEU. Case C-479/21 PPU Governor of Cloverhill Prison and Others. The provisions in the Withdrawal Agreement concerning the European arrest warrant regime with respect to the United Kingdom and the provision in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom concerning the new surrender mechanism are binding on Ireland

CJEU. Case T-612/17, Google and Alphabet v Commission. The General Court largely dismisses Google’s action against the decision of the Commission finding that Google abused its dominant position by favouring its own comparison shopping service over competing comparison shopping services

The General Court upholds the fine of €2.42 billion imposed on Google By decision of 27 June 2017, the Commission found that Google had abused its dominant position on the market for online general search services in 13 countries in… Read moreCJEU. Case T-612/17, Google and Alphabet v Commission. The General Court largely dismisses Google’s action against the decision of the Commission finding that Google abused its dominant position by favouring its own comparison shopping service over competing comparison shopping services

Tailent teams up with the solutions provider Wolters Kluwer Romania to bring affordable automation in highly regulated industries

Tailent, the Romanian tech company known for democratizing access to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions, teams up with solutions provider Wolters Kluwer Romania to introduce affordable automation in highly regulated industries like legal, compliance, tax and accounting. Affordable RPA solutions… Read moreTailent teams up with the solutions provider Wolters Kluwer Romania to bring affordable automation in highly regulated industries

CJEU. Case C- 204/21 R Commission v Poland. As it has not suspended the application of the provisions of national legislation relating, in particular, to the areas of jurisdiction of the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, Poland is ordered to pay the European Commission a daily penalty payment in an amount of €1.000.000

Compliance with the interim measures ordered on 14 July 2021 is necessary in order to avoid serious and irreparable harm to the legal order of the European Union and to the values on which that Union is founded, in particular… Read moreCJEU. Case C- 204/21 R Commission v Poland. As it has not suspended the application of the provisions of national legislation relating, in particular, to the areas of jurisdiction of the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, Poland is ordered to pay the European Commission a daily penalty payment in an amount of €1.000.000

The best interests of the child as a material right, as a fundamental interpretive principle and as a rule of procedure

We start this short study by bringing into light the provisions of article 3 point (1) of the UN Convention on the rights of the child[1] according to which “in all actions concerning children, undertaken by public or private social… Read moreThe best interests of the child as a material right, as a fundamental interpretive principle and as a rule of procedure

CJEU. C-121/21, R Czech Republic v. Poland. Poland is ordered to pay the European Commission a daily penalty payment of € 500.000 because it has not ceased lignite extraction activities at Turów mine

Such a measure appears necessary in order to strengthen the effectiveness of the interim measures decided upon in the order of 21 May 2021 and to deter that Member State from delaying bringing its conduct into line with that order… Read moreCJEU. C-121/21, R Czech Republic v. Poland. Poland is ordered to pay the European Commission a daily penalty payment of € 500.000 because it has not ceased lignite extraction activities at Turów mine