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Blogs: European Union
Author: Steve Peers, Professor of EU and Human Rights Law at the University of Essex
A blog about developments in EU law
Analysis of the ECtHR judgment in Big Brother Watch: part 2
Brexit means...no legal changes yet: the CJEU rules on the execution of European Arrest Warrants issued by the UK prior to Brexit Day
The EU’s commitment to combatting violence against women: rhetoric or reality?
What do the 'no deal' notices tell us about Brexit and health?
Analysis of the ECtHR judgment in Big Brother Watch: part 1
Lock ‘em up: the proposal to amend the EU’s Returns Directive
Religious discrimination at work: Can employees be fired for getting divorced?
EU/UK Dispute resolution post-Brexit in the light of the White Paper
Blog about European Union law for students, academics, practitioners ...
Patent Court, National Courts and EU Law: Opinion 1/09
Court Statistics for 2010
Cannabis, Coffee Shops, Non-Discrimination and Public Policy: Case C-137/09
Population, Voting in Council and Qualified Majority: Council's Rules of Procedure
New Commission Communication on Penalty Payments in Infringement Procedures: Article 260 §3
Workload of the Court of Justice: The House of Lords EU Committee Inquiry
Internet Sales, Jurisdiction and Consumer Protection: Joined Cases C-585/08 and C-144/09
Bilateral Investment Treaties, Arbitration and EU Law: Eureko BV v Slovak Republic
Discussing Modern Legal Issues in Europe
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Author: Numerous academics from around the globe
The European Law Blog is written by experienced and young academics, as well as practitioners from around the globe. Our ambition is to provide a range of interesting analyses of and ideas on EU law. Though we come from several different linguistic backgrounds, we often choose to write in English, as we believe that this language is understood by most people interested in EU law. Occasionally, we might post in French or German too. The blog aims at highlighting and commenting on current developments in EU case law and legislation, but will also discuss new relevant legal literature. Our posts provide concise, up to date commentary on legal developments within the EU. We aim at delivering high quality legal analysis, but in a style that is typical to legal blogs: short, informal, and at times opinionated and spicy.
A FRAGMENTATION OF EU/ECHR LAW ON MASS SURVEILLANCE: INITIAL THOUGHTS ON THE BIG BROTHER WATCH JUDGMENT
Some further reflections on Pisciotti – questioning the deterrence logic of cartel enforcement
Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm: August 2018
The Pisciotti case: How can free movement rights impact EU citizen extradition to a third country?
European arrest warrant and judicial independence in Poland: where can mutual trust end? (Opinion of the AG in C-216/18 PPU L.M.)
Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm: July 2018
The Applicable Law in OLAF’s On-The-Spot Inspections
Another Turn of the Screw? The ‘Facebook Fanpages’ judgment
Author: Members of Matrix Chambers EU law group
Comment on interesting developments in EU law.
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 7
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 6
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 5
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 4
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 3
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 2
The UK Supreme Court and EU law in the Legal Year 2016–2017 – Part 1
European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Paving the way towards a very uncertain future
Publisher: Pinsent Masons
Iran sanctions and EU businesses
UK panel on competition in digital markets begins work
'Mixed welcome' likely for post-Brexit immigration proposals
US antitrust law dubbed wrong tool for FRAND breaches
No-deal Brexit: new e-notification service will replace OJEU
EU court upholds sanctions against Russia
UK: 'no deal' Brexit could leave competition cases in limbo
'Corruption tied to conflict' should trigger international sanctions
Blogs: Human Rights
Author: Richard Edwards and Noelle Quenivet
This blog is intended to provide timely legal analysis of human rights issues. The focus of this blog is: domestic human rights law in Europe, constitutional/public/administrative law, the ECHR, the EU Charter of Rights and Fundamental Freedoms the rights of European citizens, international human rights law, and right to asylum and immigration law.
Euro Rights Blog: If One Wants Something Badly Enough...in Defiance of...International Law, Find a Lawyer to Say that it Is Perfectly Lawful - by Matthew White
Euro Rights Blog: “Our only weapon is the truth” –by Sarah Kay
La France a peur: When Emergency Becomes Permanence
Euro Rights Blog: Miranda v Home Secretary: On the Definition of Terrorism and Deference to the Executive – by Sarah Kay
Euro Rights Blog: Systematic Flaws in a ‘Safe Country’: When the Dublin Regulations Should Not Be Applied – by Adam Reuben
Euro Rights Blog: Safe European Home - by Sarah Kay
Euro Rights Blog: Did the Drone Attack on Brits in Syria Trigger the Applicability of the ECHR?
Saving the Human Rights Act: Ideas to Shape the Debate