Consumer Law Case Law

Member States may not impose conditions other than those listed by EU Law to grant study visas to third country nationals

The case was referred to the CJEU by the Verwaltungsgericht Berlin (Berlin Administrative Court). The original proceedings were brought by a Tunisian citizen, who had been denied a study visa by the German authorities and had challenged the decision. The applicant was a German-born Tunisian citizen, who had moved back to Tunisia at the age of six, where he had been educated and where he had enrolled in a University Course in Information Technology. Subsequently, before completing his course in ... [Read All]

The issue of “digital forgetting” has been discussed for many years within the general plan to modernize data protection law and bring the data protection rules from “digital stone a...
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In a historical referendum held on September 18, 2014, the Scottish people voted by a majority of 55% against breaking the 300-year old political Union with the rest of Great Britain. Had “YES&r...
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This case addresses a common practice among aspiring Italian lawyers, who allegedly “bypass” some “harsh” features of the Italian route to qualifying for the practice of law in...
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The European Commission has shown a renewed interest in putting together a systematic framework of the fundamental principles of private law, primarily in the fields of contracts and sales. The Green ...
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Successfully balancing professional and family life has long been one of the major objectives of EU employment legislation. The EU law provisions concerning pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood can be...
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Contract Law Case Law
The annexed to Directive 1999/70/EC Framework Agreement on fixed-term work enshrines two major principles: First, the prevention of the abusive use of successive fixed-term employment relationships; a...
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In the eagerly anticipated judgement released by the CJEU in the joined cases Digital Rights Ireland and Seitlinger & others (C-293/12 and C-594/12), the CJEU ruled that the Directive 2006/24/EC o...
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Consumer Law Case Law
Post Date: 08-10-2014 - Article Date: 10-09-2014
The case was referred to the CJEU by the Verwaltungsgericht Berlin (Berlin Administrative Court). The original proceedings were brought by a Tunisian citizen, who had been denied a study visa by the German authorities and had challenged the decision. The applicant was a German-born Tunisian citizen... [Read All] - Comments (0)
Employment Law Articles
Post Date: 05-09-2013 - Article Date: 02-09-2013
The government has announced the national minimum wage rates which will take effect on 1 October 2013. It accepted most of the recommendations of the Low Pay Commission (LPC) with one exception; the LPC had recommended freezing the apprenticeship rate at £2.65 an hour, but the government has ... [Read All] - Comments (0)
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Post Date: 27-09-2012 - Article Date: 22-08-2012
  As it was before, the “composition with creditors” (art. 160, Italian Bankruptcy Act) helped too little the insolvent entrpreneurs. Not to mention the “restructuring agreements” (art. 182bis, I.B.A.). The tools provided by the legislator between 2005 and 2006, were am... [Read All] - Comments (0)