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House of Lords (European Union Committee) Report on Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses?

Article Date: 07-08-2017
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The House of Lords (European Union Committee) published on 20 March 2017 its detailed 17th Report of Session 2016–17. The topic is Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses? The report considers the ramifications of Brexit for the EU’s programme of civil justice cooperati... [Read All]

The characterization of the abrupt termination of an established business relationship under Brussels I

Article Date: 27-12-2016
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The Court of justice delivered on 14 July 2016 its judgment in Case C 196/15, Granarolo SpA v Ambrosi Emmi France SA, which is about Brussels I (Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters). ... [Read All]

Shangai free trade zone pilot project

A key point summary of the project's main features

Article Date: 03-04-2014
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The Shanghai Free Trading Zone (FTZ) is an area that covers Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, Waigaoqiao Bonded Logistics Park, the Yangshan Bonded Part and Shanghai Pudong Airport Free Trade Zone and four customs supervision. This area traded over 100 billion USD in 2012. The goal is to become a major fi... [Read All]

The Italian Lawyer Aldo Bulgarelli is the new President of the CCBE

Article Date: 04-12-2013
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Aldo Bulgarelli, an Italian Lawyer in Verona and former councillor of the Italian National Bar Council, has been elected, for the year 2014, president of the CCBE, the representative body, seated in Brussels, of Bars and Law Societies of Europe. Appointment was at the plenary session, held on 29th ... [Read All]

Cross border gambling service intermediaries may be required to obtain national license

European Court of Justice, case C-660/11

Article Date: 12-09-2013
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The case was referred to the CJEU by the TAR Toscana (“Administrative Regional Court of Tuscany”); the domestic proceedings had been brought by an Austrian Company which was active in the field of bets and gaming. The company did not provide such services directly; rather, its purpose wa... [Read All]

European Parliament adopts Commission proposal on access to a lawyer

European Commission, MEMO/13/772 10/09/2013

Article Date: 10-09-2013
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European Commission MEMO Brussels, 10 September 2013 Another landmark of the procedural rights agenda has been met: European Parliament adopts Commission proposal on access to a lawyer A new law to guarantee the rights of all citizens to be advised by a lawyer when facing criminal proceedings to... [Read All]

Summer School 2013 of the European Law School - Efficiency and Justice

Rome, 1/7 September 2013

Article Date: 24-07-2013
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Summer School 2013 of the European Law School Efficiency and Justice Rome, 1st of September – 7th September 2013 1. Sunday 1 September (10.30-19.00) (with Hats, Water and a Picnic) Capitol (Meeting Point There at 10.30) Forum Romanum – Palatinum (Rome as Caput Mundi – the ... [Read All]

Italian “substitutive” tax for capital gains arising from intra-community share transfers is legal

European Court of Justice, case C-207/11

Article Date: 19-12-2012
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The case was referred to the CJEU by the Commissione Tributaria Regionale (“Regional Tax Court” of Milan, an appellate level court competent for tax disputes). The main proceedings regarded the taxes payable on the capital gains arising from a transfer of a company branch to a second co... [Read All]

Market restrictions for compulsory CPD courses providers breach EU competition law

European Court of Justice, case C-1/12

Article Date: 28-02-2013
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In the instant case, the CJEU addresses the compatibility with EU competition law (particularly, art. 101 TFEU) of the Portuguese domestic regulation of the provision of continuing professional development courses for chartered accountants. According to the relevant Portuguese legislative instrumen... [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
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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]
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