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Expert comment: Press conference adds to drama but still hard to say what Carlos Ghosn did wrong

Posted by Warwick Business School at 08 January 2020, 23:30 CET |
Filed under: EU Law, Cars, Japan

Following the press conference given by Carlos Ghosn, Professor Christian Stadler, an expert in leadership and the automotive industry at Warwick Business School, said:

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The Case of Eva Michalakova - An Absurd Norwegian Decision

Posted by Tomas Zdechovsky at 07 July 2016, 17:30 CET |
Filed under: EU Law, Norway

If the state takes away your children do not complain - a short summary of the twenty-nine-page decision of the Norwegian court in the case of Eva Michalakova's children. It is an utter impertinence to complain about the Barnevernet publicly.

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EU plans for cutting red tape, with less but better regulation

Posted by Nick Prag at 21 May 2015, 17:15 CET |
Filed under: EU Law, Single Market, SMEs

As the United Kingdom begins to gear up for its referendum on EU membership following the Conservative win in the general election, the European Commission addressed what has been one of the main complaints of Mr Cameron's government – too much red tape in EU legislation and a lack of transparency about the EU decision-making process.

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Infringements day at the EC

Posted by Nick Prag at 26 February 2015, 18:05 CET |
Filed under: EU Law, Competition

Wednesday was infringements day at the European Commission, a monthly occasion, when the Commission announces the various infringements proceedings it is setting in motion, and including legal actions it is taking against some Member States for failing to comply properly with their obligations under EU law.

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