Please find below links to key documents that you may find useful in working through the issues raised in our ICPA Webinar today:
On 17 February John Grayston will be presenting a webinar the New EU Dual Use Regulation - "All change in the EU? Understanding the impact of Regulation 821" as part of WorldECR's Virtual Forum, which runs from 14-24 February.
On 11 October 2021 the European Commission published a Regulation imposing a definitive anti-dumping duty on imports of aluminum flat rolled products originating in the People's Republic of China; but at the same time adopted a Decision suspending the duties in question.
EU STAFF CASES: the General Court of the European Union intervenes in defence of multilingualism in EU Open Competitions.
Today, 9 June 2021 the General Court of the European Union declared unlawful a notice of Open competition of the European Personnel Selection Office ("EPSO"), which is the recruitment office of the European Commission and of the European Union, because of breach of the rules related to multilingualism in the European Union.
On 14 February, The European Parliament (EP) voted in favor of a framework mechanism to screen foreign direct investments (FDI) at EU level, the European Commission (EC).
Comment se mettre en conformité au GDPR/RGPD.
1. REVOIR SES CONTRATS AVEC SES FOURNISSEURS ET PARTENAIRES.
En effet, fournisseurs et partenaires d'affaires sont inclus dans le périmètre GDPR. Il faut mettre de nouvelles clauses contractuelles prenant en compte les exigences du GDPR.
On 15 February, the European Parliament voted in favour of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA), with a following ratification from Canada on 17 May 2017. At the G-20 meeting in Hamburg, the date of 21 September has been communicated as the start of the CETA's provisional application.
On 6 July 2017, the EU and Japan reached a general political agreement over the negotiations of the Economic Partnership Agreement, however the agreement is not signed yet (investment protection and regulatory cooperation are still open for negotiations).
The CJEU’s Opinion over EU-Singapore FTA (Lost time is never found again/ The key is in not spending time, but in investing it.)
In long-awaited Opinion 2/15, the Court of Justice rendered its opinion that following matters fall within the EU shared competence:
- Investor-to-state Dispute Settlement (ISDS),
- The Non-direct Foreign Investment,
- State-to-State dispute settlement relating to portfolio investment and ISDS.
Laura Beretta, Professor at the School of Management of Bocconi University, and Davide Rovetta will present a session concerning the regulatory risk, practical issues and compliance strategies as part of a workshop on "Investing in Iran: evaluating risks and opportunities" (in Italian), at the School of Management of Bocconi University, Milan, Italy.
The New European Customs Code: Impacts on Trade Flows Between Switzerland & the EU, 21st October 2016, Lugano, Switzerland
Laura Beretta and Davide Rovetta will highlight some of the most challenging changes introduced by the new European Union Customs Law.
The UK referendum was a political process. The process to leave the EU is, however, framed in EU law, through the notification and negotiation procedures set out in Article 50 of the EU Treaty.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was published by the European Commission in February 2016 (link to agreement set out below).
In January 2016 the US Office of Foreign Assets Control adopted an important exemption for US companies in the context of the liberalisation of sanctions with Iran.
The European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA) held its annual conference to review developments in European Union Law in Luxembourg on 3-4 December 2015.
University of Oslo on 24-27 November 2015 hosted guest lectures at the institutes for Sea Law and European Union Law.
University of Genoa hosted a conference, with support from the European Union, on the new EU Directive on access to damages for violation of competition law, which was held on 19-20 November.
University of Tours (Francois Rabelais) marked the 800 year anniversary of Magna Carta with an interdisciplinary conference held on 12-13 November 2015. Peter Gjortler spoke on Magna Carta and links to the current Charter of the European Union, underlining common traits as well as differences in basic values and methods of regulation.
Peter Gjortler spoke on Democratic Legitimacy and the Court of Justice of the European Union, based on a contribution to a book published by the university in which it is argued that a balance between democratic legitimacy and judicial activism is most clearly demonstrated by the Court in its case law concerning the limits to EU competences.
Peter Gjortler recently addressed a Symposium entitled "No Limits at the Berlin School of Economics and Law" (HWR) on 28-29 October 2015.