The UK Government’s Brexit white paper asserted that Brexit will end the jurisdiction of the CJEU (Court of Justice of the European Union) in the UK. However, the reality is more complex. We explain why the CJEU’s significance cannot be ignored. Read the full blog here.
This week the request for a preliminary ruling (C-191/16) by the Regional Court of Berlin (RC Berlin) in the topical case Romano Pisciotti v. Germany was published in the Official Journal.
The United States exported an all-time record high of $2.2 trillion worth of goods and services in 2012. But while U.S. business has gone global, the attorney-client privilege has not always come along for the ride. In 2010, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Akzo Nobel Chemical Ltd. and Akcros Chemical Ltd. v. European
R (on the application of Edwards and Pallikaropoulos) v Environment Agency (C260/11) The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that in deciding whether the costs of bringing a claim on an environmental matter are “prohibitively expensive” it is not enough for national courts simply to consider the applicant’s financial situation, it must engage in