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MEPs to vote on amendments to the rules of invoicing
MEPs are set to vote on 22 April on a proposal on the common system of value added tax as regards the rules on invoicing.
The Court of Auditors' Annual Activity Report 2009
The European Court of Auditors has published its Annual Activity Report for 2009 today.
New textile labels promise more informed choice for EU
Members of the European Parliament's Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee will next week vote on amendments to a draft report on textile names and ...
EU Strategy for biofuels
The EU sets out seven strategic policy areas for the development of the production and use of biofuels by the Member States and developing countries.
Copyright and related rights in the EU: term of protection
This Directive aims to harmonise the term of protection for copyright and related rights in the EU. It sets the term of protection for copyright at 70 years ...
Schengen: legal instruments governing migration from SIS1+ to SIS II
The legal instruments governing migration from SIS 1+ to SIS II lay down the tasks and responsibilities of the European Commission and the Member States for ...
Recognition and execution of confiscation orders in the EU
The EU is facilitating the direct execution of confiscation orders for the proceeds of crime by establishing simplified procedures for recognition among Member ...
Restrictions to Cross-Border Data Flows: a Taxonomy
Strict privacy regimes, requests to use local data centres and outright bans to transfer data abroad are a few examples of policies imposed recently that ...
EU Attorneys General want to unify criteria to combat cross-border crime
EU attorneys general are considering the creation of a consultative forum which would enable them to unify criteria and advance towards a common European ...
EU labelling standards
Food and non-food products in the EU must comply with compulsory harmonised standards on labelling and advertising. The objective of foodstuff labelling is to ...
Lawsuit filed against EU authorisation of genetically engineered soybeans
Environmental organisations and scientists jointly bring the case to the European Court of Justice
EP boost for organ transplants
Last week, the European Parliament Environment and Public Health Committee approved common European rules on organ transplants, which should make transplants ...
Uber France hit by new EU Court blow
EU Member States can prohibit illegal exercise of transport activities in the context of the UberPop service without alerting the Commission in advance of ...
International Trade Disputes and EU Liability (Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy)
The European Union has become the respondent of several international trade disputes. This book examines the right to compensation for damage resulting from ...
EU backs greater police cooperation to combat organised crime
At a seminar organised by the European Police College, Antonio Camacho, Spanish Secretary of State for Home Affairs, spoke in favour of increased international ...
Public confidence in judicial independence found wanting in several EU Member States
The independence of the judicial systems of EU Member States came under scrutiny on Monday with the EU's 2016 Justice Scoreboard showing persistently low ...
EU warns Poland over independence of judiciary
The European Commission expressed grave concern Wednesday about the clear risks for the independence of the judiciary in Poland and urges the Polish Government ...
British expats' case against Brexit dismissed by EU Court
An attempt by a group of thirteen Britons living in other EU countries to annul the European Council's decision to open negotiations on Brexit was dismissed ...
Common rules for EU exports
This Regulation establishes common rules for exports from the European Community (EC) based on the principle of freedom of export and to define the procedures ...
Common rules for imports into the EU
This Regulation aims to establish common rules for imports into the European Community based on the principle of the freedom of import and to define the ...
European Industrial Policy
The European Commission is presenting a new industrial policy to create a more suitable framework for European manufacturing. Establishing a solid and dynamic ...
Common EU Regulations in the field of civil aviation security
This Regulation sets common rules in the field of civil aviation security and mechanisms for monitoring compliance, with the aim of guaranteeing security in ...
ECB retains supervision over Credit Mutuel: EU Court
The major French cooperative bank Credit Mutuel remains under prudential supervision of the European Central Bank, following a ruling Wednesday by the European ...
EC facilitates use of mobile phones on ships
The European Commission has adopted new rules to make it easier for passengers and crews on ships to use their mobile phones whilst in European waters.
European Court calls into question the compliance of the new Italian regulation with EU law
Today the European Court of Justice (CJEU) issued its preliminary ruling in the joint cases Costa and Cifone regarding the access of European operators to ...
Tobacco Companies' Legal Challenge to Standardised Tobacco Packaging Fails: Other Countries to Follow UK Lead
The tobacco industry’s High Court challenge to the Regulations on standardised ("plain") tobacco packaging met with a humiliating defeat today. The landmark ...
Advocate General’s welcome confirmation of retail as a service
EuroCommerce welcomed the Advocate-General’s opinion today in the Visser case (C-31/16), that retail should be considered a service within the meaning of the ...
PNR: EU Court rules that draft EU-Canada air passenger data deal is unacceptable
On 26 July 2017, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) confirmed that the EU/Canada deal on collection of air travellers' data and sharing it ...
Rule of law must not be sacrificed in fight against illegal content online
EU lawmakers must not sacrifice the rule of law to advance the fight against illegal content online, EuroISPA warned today as the European Commission published ...
Commission's position on tackling illegal content online is contradictory and dangerous for free speech
Today, on 28 September, the European Commission published its long-awaited Communication "Tackling Illegal Content Online". This follows a leaked copy we ...
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