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Polish Judges Call For Solution Without EU Sanctions

By Maxime Jacob (EurActiv) — Polish judges opposing the justice reforms started by Warsaw ask for a solution to the crisis without Europe’s intervention. “I am devastated by the thought..
Eurasia Review

EU auditors to assess anti-pollution efforts by testing Brussels air

The European Court of Auditors is to embark on a comprehensive review of the European Union’s efforts to curb air pollution, the main environmental cause of premature deaths in the EU.
EurActiv

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News video: Ryanair loses EU legal battle to keep Irish law for crew abroad

Ryanair loses EU legal battle to keep Irish law for crew abroad 00:52

Low cost carrier, Ryanair has insisted that a ruling by the European Court of Justice will not change the current status of employment contracts for thousands of its staff. The Luxembourg based ECJ..
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News video: Top MEP threatens Brexit deal veto over citizens’ rights

Top MEP threatens Brexit deal veto over citizens’ rights 01:36

The European Parliament’s chief Brexit coordinator has warned MEPs will veto a deal with the UK. Guy Verhofstadt wrote in the Guardian newspaper that Theresa May must improve her offer to protect the..
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News video: EU’s top court dismisses Hungary and Slovakia case against refugee quotas

EU’s top court dismisses Hungary and Slovakia case against refugee quotas 00:35

Our journalists are working on this story and will update it as soon as more information becomes available.
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News video: Eastern states must take refugees - EU court

Eastern states must take refugees - EU court 01:21

The European Union's top court dismissed complaints on Wednesday (September 6) by Slovakia and Hungary about EU migration policy, upholding Brussels' right to force member states to take in..
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News video: Companies must tell workers of email checks - ECHR

Companies must tell workers of email checks - ECHR 01:34

Companies must tell employees in advance if their work email accounts are being monitored, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday in a landmark privacy case. David Pollard reports.
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Turkey: Recent ECJ's Intel Decision And Its Implications In Turkish Competition Law Enforcement - Actecon

The European Court of Justice's ("ECJ") recent Intel decision calls for a reflection on the impact that the court's assessment of evidence may have on Turkish competition law enforcement.
Mondaq

UK: Monitoring Employees' Communications - Dentons

The long running case of Barbulescu was back in the news last week. The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the Claimant's Article 8 right to privacy was breached when his employers..
Mondaq

Merkel warns Hungary of financial consequences of defying EU on migrants

BERLIN (Reuters) - Hungary could face financial consequences if it defies a European court ruling ordering it to accept its allocated share of refugees arriving in Europe, German Chancellor Angela..
Reuters India

European Union: EU Court Decides EU Merger Control Can Only Catch Joint Control Transactions If The Resulting Entity Is ‘Full-Function' - Shearman & Sterling LLP

On September 7, 2017, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decided that, where joint control is acquired over a new or existing undertaking (or parts of an undertaking), that transaction can only fall..
Mondaq

European Union: Intel Judgment: Clarity From The ECJ On Exclusivity Rebates As An Abuse - Gowling WLG

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) yesterday delivered its judgment in relation to Intel's appeal from the General Court, and has set aside the General Court's judgment on the basis that it failed
Mondaq

European Union: EU Case Confirms That Employers Do Not Have Carte Blanche For Workplace Monitoring - Reed Smith (Worldwide)

In early 2016, a European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) case (Barbulescu v. Romania) attracted much publicity because it appeared to give employers the green light to read employees' private emails.
Mondaq

European Union: Privacy, Data And Employee Monitoring - Maples and Calder

In overturning a 2016 judgment, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights ruled that a Romanian company violated an individual's right to privacy when it monitored his computer activity.
Mondaq

Abbey for feature event

abbey for feature event
Only four runners are in the fray for the Gamble For Love Trophy, a five-furlong sprint for class I horses, the feature race of Sunday's eight-race card. All of them--Brynhill, Abbey, Harvey &..
Mid-Day

Austria: European Court Of Human Rights: Employers Have Limited Rights To Monitor Employee Communications At Work - Schoenherr Attorneys at Law

A landmark decision was issued yesterday (Judgement Bărbulescu v. Romania), a source of debate in the media, in which the European Court of Human Rights clarified the restrictions on monitoring..
Mondaq

European court rules companies must tell employees of email checks

STRASBOURG (Reuters) - Companies must tell employees in advance if their work email accounts are being monitored, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday in a landmark privacy case.
Reuters India

Trust fund for Central African Republic a positive achievement

LUXEMBOURG, Sept 3: The first-ever EU trust fund, set up in Africa, can be counted as a "positive achievement", according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors.
newKerala.com

Canada: (Ain't) Gonna Fly Now: European Court Rejects EU-Canadian PNR Deal - Torkin Manes LLP

Canada and the EU had negotiated and signed the PNR agreement on June 25, 2014.
Mondaq

Britain sets out plans to break free of European Court after Brexit

Britain on Wednesday outlined several escape routes from the "direct jurisdiction" of the European Court of Justice after Brexit, one of Prime Minister Theresa May's key aims in talks to unstitch 40..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Being "constructive", Britain outlines ways to end EU court supremacy

Britain will "engage constructively" with the EU to find an agreement on the future role of the European Court of Justice, but the rights of citizens in the country will be protected by British courts,..
DNA

Canada: The EU-Canada Agreement On Passenger Name Records (PNR): Turbulence Ahead! - Fasken Martineau

'' On July 26, 2017, the European Court of Justice stated that the envisaged agreement could not be concluded because it would be "incompatible" with respect for private life and the protection
Mondaq

German challenge to ECB asset buys sent to European Court

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank may be violating laws on monetary financing in its 2.3 trillion euro ($2.7 trillion) asset purchase programme, Germany's constitutional court said on
Sify Also reported by •DNAReuters India

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