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

Flaviana Crâznic: Interview from former to prospective law student – Studying Law at Cambridge University, with Irina Ţuca. Asking my burning questions as a Cambridge applicant to a Cambridge graduate

Flaviana Crâznic: I would like to start by describing the internal process of applying to Cambridge: What motivated you to apply to Cambridge? What were your thoughts at the beginning of the application process and what chances of getting in… Read more<font color='#bb0000'><strong>Flaviana Crâznic</strong></font>: Interview from former to prospective law student – Studying Law at Cambridge University, with <font color='#bb0000'><strong>Irina Ţuca</strong></font>. Asking my burning questions as a Cambridge applicant to a Cambridge graduate

Ioana-Teodora Tirca: All industries should adapt to new requirements and I am sure that the oil and gas industry will be part of the solution

Alina Matei: How did you choose the Faculty of Law? Ioana-Teodora Tirca: At that moment in time I was thinking to follow an university that would allow me in the future to earn some good money let’s say and where… Read more<font color='#bb0000'><strong>Ioana-Teodora Tirca</strong></font>: All industries should adapt to new requirements and I am sure that the oil and gas industry will be part of the solution

The Discrediting of Competing Trademarks – Between Multiple Qualification Option and Qualification Impediment

1. Introduction The main reason for the present research lies in the need to outline some theoretical and practical aspects regarding the qualification of trademarks discrediting by unfair competitors, as well as the primary problems which may arise out in… Read moreThe Discrediting of Competing Trademarks – Between Multiple Qualification Option and Qualification Impediment

CJEU. C-684/20 P and C-685/20 P. The Court of Justice confirms the dismissal of two actions for annulment brought by Ms Eleanor Sharpston, seeking a finding that the premature end of her mandate as Advocate General by virtue of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was unlawful

The General Court did not err in holding that acts adopted by the representatives of the governments of the Member States are not subject to judicial review by the EU Courts  In 2005, on the nomination of the Government of… Read moreCJEU. C-684/20 P and C-685/20 P. The Court of Justice confirms the dismissal of two actions for annulment brought by Ms Eleanor Sharpston, seeking a finding that the premature end of her mandate as Advocate General by virtue of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was unlawful

Filiation in the romanian Civil Law

The Romanian Civil Law establishes two types of filiation: 1. Mother filiation; 2. Father filiation. The filiation of the child born with married parents and filiation of the child born with unmarried parents The mother filiation derives from the birth… Read moreFiliation in the romanian Civil Law