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Study on Employment Termination by Employer in China - Part. 2

by Giovanni Pisacane (Lawyer) - Greatway Advisory (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Article Date: 15-04-2013
Categories: Employment Law Typology: Case Law
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Abstract 1. The systematic deficiencies of employment termination by the employer in China related to the reasons for termination, termination notice and responsibilities for wrongful termination. (Article published on Tuesday 16.04.2013) 2. The reasons underlying the employment termination by ... [Read All]

Live streaming and catch-up TV services are a "communication to the public"

European Court of Justice, case C-607/11

Article Date: 07-03-2013
Categories: Intellectual Property Typology: Case Law
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The case was referred to the CJEU by the High Court of England and Wales and concerns the provision of a service of  “catch up”, or “rebroadcasting”, of recent TV programmes via the internet. The service was provided by the company TV Catchup Ltd (hereafter: “TVC&r... [Read All]

Study on Employment Termination by Employer in China

by Giovanni Pisacane (Lawyer) - Greatway Advisory (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Article Date: 15-04-2013
Categories: Employment Law Typology: Articles
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Abstract 1. The systematic deficiencies of employment termination by the employer in China related to the reasons for termination, termination notice and responsibilities for wrongful termination. 2. The reasons underlying the employment termination by employer system deficiencies in China. 3.&nb... [Read All]

Spanish procedural law on mortgage repossession breaches EU consumer directive

European Court of Justice, case C-415/11

Article Date: 14-03-2013
Categories: Consumer Law Typology: Case Law
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In this judgment, the CJEU considered a case referred by the Spanish Juzgado de lo mercantil n°3 de Barcelona. In the domestic proceedings, Mr. Aziz, the applicant, had stipulated a mortgage agreement with the Bank Catalunyacaixa to purchase a home. After failing to pay an installment, a reposse... [Read All]

On which “objective grounds” should employers justify prima facie gender discriminations?

European Court of Justice, case C-427/11

Article Date: 28-02-2013
Categories: Employment Law Typology: Case Law
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The case was referred to the Court of Justice by the High Court of Ireland. In the domestic proceedings, a group of women, which worked as civilians in clerical positions for the Irish Police (Garda an Siochana), filed an action against their employer (Commissioner of the Garda an Siochana), allegin... [Read All]

VAT identification number cannot be refused unless serious evidence of tax fraud danger

European Court of Justice, case C-527/11

Article Date: 13-03-2013
Categories: Business Law Typology: Case Law
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The case was referred to the CJEU by a Latvian Court. In the domestic proceedings, the applicant had challenged a decision of the VID, the Latvian Tax Authority, which had rejected his application for a VAT number. This had been requested for a newly incorporated limited liability company, of which ... [Read All]

Cartels are illegal even when affected competitors unlawfully operate on the market

European Court of Justice, case C-68/12

Article Date: 07-02-2013
Categories: Business Law Typology: Case Law
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The case was referred to the CJEU by the Slovak Supreme Court, and pertains to the scope of art. 101 of the TFEU, which prohibits the creation of cartels and other agreements between undertakings aimed at disrupting competition in the EU internal market. In the instant case, three Slovakian banks (... [Read All]

Passengers grounded following a volcanic eruption may recover expenses

European Court of Justice, case C-12/11

Article Date: 31-01-2013
Categories: Consumer Law Typology: Case Law
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The case was referred by the metropolitan District Court of Dublin, Republic of Ireland, to the Court of Justice of the European Union, under the preliminary reference procedure. In the proceedings before the domestic court, the applicant, Ms McD., lamented that the defendant, the air carrier Ryanai... [Read All]

The European order for payment procedure: an overview

di Sergio Quarta

Article Date: 28-02-2013
Categories: Business Law Typology: Articles
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The European order for payment procedure: an overview  di Sergio Quarta The first impulse that led to the creation of the European order for payment procedure was in the first decade of the 90s, precisely by means of the International Congress held in Bordeaux in 1992, on the initiative of th... [Read All]

Environmental decisions: the right of the public to access documents prevails over confidentiality of industrial secrets

European Court of Justice, case C-416/10

Article Date: 15-01-2013
Categories: Business Law Consumer Law Typology: Case Law
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The judgment was delivered by the CJEU’s Grand Chamber upon a preliminary reference question submitted by a Slovakian court. In the proceedings before the domestic court, the citizens of a Pezinok (Slovakia) had challenged the local authorities’ decision to open a landfill within their ... [Read All]
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