Abstract: This Insight focuses on the recent ruling delivered by the Italian Constitutional Court (ICC) on April 10th 2018, n. 115 (which has been lodged on May 31st 2018), on the so called Taricco affair. The author submits three main arguments. The first is that the ICC, by explicitly rejecting the possible...
Call for Papers: "Waiting for Brexit: Open Issues in the Internal Market and in the AFSJ" (Conference – Milan, 19 October 2018) – Deadline: 15 July 2018News
The University of Milan-Bicocca – School of Law is proud to present a Call for Papers for the Academic Conference “Waiting for Brexit: open issues in the internal market and in the area of freedom, security and justice”. The Conference represents the closing event of the Jean Monnet course “The EU Court of Justice:...European Papers, 26.06.2018 | Inserito in
L’arrêt de la Grande Chambre de la CJUE du 6 mars 2018 dans l’affaire Achmea: la fin des TBI européens?Insight
Abstract: The Achmea case (Court of Justice, judgment of 6 March 2018, case C-284/16) gave the opportunity to the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice to settle a longstanding controversy: investment arbitration is contrary to the principle of the autonomy of the European Union legal order. The reach of the decision, which was delivered in...European Papers, 24.06.2018 | Inserito in
Abstract: The Irish Supreme Court (IESC) decided to lodge a request for a preliminary ruling with the CJEU in Minister for Justice v. O’Connor on February 1st. The IESC enquired the CJEU about the possibility of surrendering individuals to the UK who will be imprisoned beyond the date on which this country will withdraw from the...European Papers, 24.06.2018 | Inserito in
Transparency of Legislative Procedures and Access to Acts of Trilogues: Case T-540/15, De Capitani v. European ParliamentInsight
Abstract: On 22 March 2018, for the first time the General Court ruled on access to documents of trilogues (case T-540/15, De Capitani v. European Parliament). These are informal meetings between representatives of the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission, which negotiate to reach an agreement, which must subsequently be...
Call for Papers: "Democracy, Rule of Law and Human Rights in Europe and the World in Times of Contestation" (Leuven, 20-21 September 2018) – Deadline: 2 July 2018NewsEuropean Papers, 22.06.2018 | Inserito in
Abstract: This Insight tackles a recent judgment of the CJEU, Toufik Lounes (Court of Justice, judgment of 14 November 2017, case C-165/16, Toufik Lounes v. Secretary of State for the Home Department), where the CJEU was asked to rule on the case of a EU national, Ms García Omazábal, who...European Papers, 21.06.2018 | Inserito in
Últimos avances en la cooperación judicial penal: la cooperación reforzada permite la creación de la Fiscalía Europea a partir del Reglamento (UE) 2017/1939Insight
Abstract: The European Public Prosecutor's Office does not start from scratch, but from a number of efforts of the EU institutions which have paid off with the adoption of Council Regulation (EU) 2017/1939 of 12 October 2017. This Regulation facilitates enhanced cooperation between Member States on the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor...European Papers, 18.06.2018 | Inserito in
Abstract: In its judgement of 20 February 2018 (case C-16/16 P, Belgium v. European Commission) the CJEU extends to recommendations its settled case-law that non-binding acts cannot be challenged before the Court of Justice. Moreover, the decision deals with the role of the Commission as institution that can perform, through...
Call for Papers: "EU External Relations: Tackling Global Challenges?" (10th Anniversary CLEER Conference – The Hague, 6-7 December 2018) Asser Institute, Centre for International & European Law – Deadline: 30 June 2018News
On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, CLEER will organise a two-day academic conference at the T.M.C. Asser Institute on 6-7 December 2018. It will consist of several thematic panel sessions...European Papers, 13.06.2018 | Inserito in
F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd e altri: le informazioni ingannevoli possono nuocere alla salute… e alla concorrenzaInsight
Abstract: In a recent case (judgment of 23 January 2018, case C-179/16, Hoffmann-La Roche and others), the Court of Justice held that an arrangement put in place between two undertakings marketing two competing products, which concerned the dissemination of misleading information relating to adverse reactions resulting from the use of one...European Papers, 13.06.2018 | Inserito in