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CEIPI Diploma on Patent Litigation in Europe 18h
We start off day 2 of the module dedicated to , and with a joint presentation by Francis Ahner and on Supplementary protection certificates and the influence of the Court of Justice of the European Union
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Graham Butler Dec 11
This morning: Case C-457/18, Slovenia v Croatia. Advocate General Pikamäe: the Court of Justice does not have jurisdiction to rule on an international boundary dispute that falls outside the scope of EU law.
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CEIPI Diploma on Patent Litigation in Europe 13h
Professor Sven Bostyn, from of the lecturing this afternoon on the role of the in patent law
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Radoslaw Szafarz Dec 12
The government in plans on persecuting those independent judges who abide by the recent ruling on judicial independence... E.g. it now wants to simply remove them from office...
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Oliviana Ursuleac Dec 6
Replying to @coe
Parhaps time had come for to do human rights for Europeans, based on CFR rather killing innocent ppl because they have no other decent solution but the release of violent criminals.
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Law Blogs Maastricht Dec 11
What is the current status of EU criminal law? Who will provide common standards on pre-trial detention? The question of harmonising pre-trial detention cannot be ignored much longer if national courts keep asking the to intervene> Thanks
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Hogan Lovells IP Dec 9
rules that the designation of vinegar made from Baden wines as 'Balsamico' is permissible. The protection of the name 'Aceto Balsamico di Modena' does not extend to the use of its non-geographical terms 'aceto' and 'balsamico'
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Miguel Sousa Ferro Dec 12
has ruled on C-435/18, agreeing with AG Kokott. Another great judgment reinforcing of EU rules and protecting the effectiveness of Arts. 101 and 102 TFEU. 1/5
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zoobab "NO Software Patents" Dec 11
Patent law will evolve in a Trappist Monastry, outside of other laws, like competition law. The US experience shows those courts are dangerous, Supreme Court had to correct their deviant behaviour 10 times already! With Unitary Patent, CJEU won't have a say
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EU Environmental Law Dec 10
Replying to @EurEnvlLaw
No paradox: absent a decision, the company requesting it might be allowed to market without conditions aimed at protecting public health! The will need to decide whether that is indeed the case. (in Fr/Sw only) 2/3
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Eduardo Ustaran Dec 10
Just a reminder that the publication of Advocate General Opinion on II case dealing with & originally scheduled for this Thursday has been delayed by a week and will now be issued on 19 December. Will we get a generous gift or chunk of coal??
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Alberto Bellan Dec 12
Replying to @albertobellan
And if suspending a whole profile is not a fair measure to reduce hate speech - or to sanction serial haters (or facilitators thereof) - how to tackle illegal content, outside NTD? Without 3-strike, censorship machines only - like suggested in its ruling? END
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CORCAS Dec 11
Replying to @ChrisUn77749348
In reality, decision 👇was the response of to the meddling of algeria in / Association Agreement via guerrilla ( FARC). bcoz
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W. Gregory Voss Dec 7
See thread of the , France's highest administrative court, on the decisions subsequent to the decision on case () (in French)
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W. Gregory Voss Dec 7
Highest French administrative court issues 13 decisions following the ECJ delisting decision
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Alan Rayner Dec 11
Is it true that will soon be considering question: Does leaving of EU by a member state imply the loss of European citizenship for all its citizens? TEU does not say so. TFEU appears to present contrary reasoning - but is that a wrong interpretation?
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VATupdate Dec 7
ECJ C-520/19 (Armostav Místek vs CZ) - Input VAT recovery by person held liable for missing tax in a fraudulent chain - -520/19 Subscribe to our monthly newsletter:
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DataProtection.blog Dec 8
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KPMG Belgium Dec 8
The has released a judgement on its latest data protection legislation court case involving the Like button incorporated on a third party website. Read more here:
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Elena Crespi Dec 12
woke up today to new era, one where can be removed from office for criticising & taking cases to 😥 Wonder if and are going to react to yet another unacceptable blow to EU principles!
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