Abstract: The latest version (published on the 25 November 2016) of the recommendations of the Court of Justice of the European Union to national courts and tribunals, in relation to the initiation of preliminary ruling proceedings, is the actualisation of the former version of 2012. This new version introduces little change, in both the substance...
Atti di forze armate e terrorismo in tempo di conflitto possono coincidere? La sentenza della Corte di giustizia nel caso A et al.Insight
Abstract: In A et al. (judgment of 14 March 2017, case C-158/14), the Court of Justice of the EU has been called upon for a preliminary ruling concerning the interpretation and validity of a decision taken by the Council in 2006 to include the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in the list of terrorists in pursuance of the UN...European Papers, 22.07.2017 | Inserito in
La Cour de justice et la mise en balance des intérêts dans le contexte de crise financière: la décision Dowling et al.Insight
Abstract: The European Court of Justice ruled in November 2016 on a case where shareholders of a private bank were opposing the Republic of Ireland over recapitalisation measures taken by this Member State against the bank in order to obtain financial assistance from the institutions of the European Union (judgment of 8 November 2016, case C-41/15...
Judicial Cooperation, Transfer of Prisoners and Offenders’ Rehabilitation: No Fairy-tale Bliss. Comment on OgnyanovInsight
Abstract: This Insight analyses the first preliminary ruling (Court of Justice, judgment of 8 November 2016, case C-554/14, Ognyanov [GC]) concerning a provision of the Council Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA on the cross-border transfer of prisoners in the EU. The Court of Justice clarifies the notion of enforcement of the...European Papers, 16.07.2017 | Inserito in
Keywords: Tele2 – CJEU – CFREU – directive 2002/58 – serious crime – geographical criterion.
The present Highlight focusses on an aspect of the judgment of the Court of Justice, of 21 December 2016, Tele2 Sverige. The Court decided that Art. 15...