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Website offering litigation support for tenants against landlords within the law, German high court rules

German court ruling allows company to provide online legal services in landmark ruling for consumer protection

EU ministers reject ‘name-and-shame’ policy for tax-avoiding companies

The Member States are split in finding an amicable resolution in ensuring proper tax payments by such multinational companies

France: Communications exchanged via private messaging apps at workplace remain confidential, court rules

The ruling reflects on the diminished line between using company property for personal use over the last decade

EU adopts new rules for cross-border conversions of limited liability companies

The EU is continuing its attempts in introducing a unified framework for company law

Foodstuffs from Israeli settlements must state their specific geographical origin, top EU court rules

ECJ insists on consumer protection and need for accurate labels of origin

Survey of legal departments finds lower growth in spend

Will this become a long-lasting trend?

Rolling, rolling, rolling?

Will we see a harmonisation of rules and regulations in the upcoming years?

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German court rules legal bot is against the law

Cologne’s District Court has ruled that Smartlaw, an automated system allowing users to generate contracts online, cannot continue because it is not provided by a law firm.

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