CJEU. C-623/17, C-511/18, C-512/18, C-520/18. Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona: the means and methods of combating terrorism must be compatible with the requirements of the rule of law

The Directive on privacy and electronic communications is applicable, in principle, when the providers of electronic communication services are obliged by law to retain the data of their subscribers and to allow the public authorities access to that data, irrespective… Read moreCJEU. C-623/17, C-511/18, C-512/18, C-520/18. Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona: the means and methods of combating terrorism must be compatible with the requirements of the rule of law

CJEU. Case C-502/19 Junqueras Vies. A person elected to the European Parliament acquires the status of Member of that institution at the time of the official declaration of the results and enjoys, from that time, the immunities attached to that status

In the preliminary ruling in Junqueras Vies (C-502/19), delivered on 19 December 2019, the Court, sitting as the Grand Chamber, clarified the personal, temporal and material scope of the immunities enjoyed by Members of the European Parliament. [1] In this… Read moreCJEU. Case C-502/19 Junqueras Vies. A person elected to the European Parliament acquires the status of Member of that institution at the time of the official declaration of the results and enjoys, from that time, the immunities attached to that status

Limitation of subcontracting in public procurement, the SAGA continues: TEDESCHI SRL V C.M. SERVICE SRL CASE C-402/18

This paper belongs to Andrei Rogac, for more similar works please follow: The Law’s Economic’s blog. Despite the uniform approach on subcontracting, national courts still address the ECJ questions on quantitative limitations of subcontracting. In one of my 2018 post‘s I… Read moreLimitation of subcontracting in public procurement, the SAGA continues: TEDESCHI SRL V C.M. SERVICE SRL CASE C-402/18

The relation between the European Union with Africa and an analysis of the sanctions imposed by the EU on Zimbabwe in the millennium

ABSTRACT This article will look at the relationship between the European Union and Africa which gained momentum in the 21stcentury. This paper will focus on Zimbabwe’s experience and will analyse how the country has been affected by sanctions that was… Read moreThe relation between the European Union with Africa and an analysis of the sanctions imposed by the EU on Zimbabwe in the millennium

C-192/18 Commission v Poland. Polish rules relating to the retirement age of judges and public prosecutors, adopted in July 2017, are contrary to EU law

In today’s judgment the Court, upholds the action for failure to fulfil obligations brought by the Commission against the Republic of Poland and held that that Member State had failed to fulfil its obligations under EU law, first, by establishing… Read moreC-192/18 Commission v Poland. Polish rules relating to the retirement age of judges and public prosecutors, adopted in July 2017, are contrary to EU law

GCEU. T-755/15 and T-759/15. The General Court confirms the Commission’s decision on the aid measure granted by Luxembourg to Fiat Chrysler Finance Europe

On 3 September 2012, the Luxembourg tax authorities issued a tax ruling in favour of Fiat Chrysler Finance Europe (‘FFT’), an undertaking in the Fiat group that provided treasury and financing services to the group companies established in Europe. The… Read moreGCEU. T-755/15 and T-759/15. The General Court confirms the Commission’s decision on the aid measure granted by Luxembourg to Fiat Chrysler Finance Europe