New European Commission: A better way for Europe?

Amidst high expectations and criticisms, Ursula von der Leyen unveils the face of the new European Commission

UK Parliament prorogation: Proper advice or just lies?

When an unfathomable situation provides a new twist

Brexit: Brussels publishes No-Deal checklist

European Commission speeds ups pace of Brexit preparations while uncertainty grows in UK

Federal v. State: Glyphosate and the First Amendment

The State of California toughens its stance over glyphosate while federal level prevaricates over First Amendment claims

Who will get the top job(s)?

Things are not as clear-cut as they were half a year ago, with a wide array of solutions possible

Clamping down on hate speech

In parallel to an upcoming judgment by the CJEU, tech companies have been making strides in restricting hate speech on their respective platforms.

Preparing for the unknown

The Brexit saga has raised more questions than it has answered

5G and political developments

The technology could have far-reaching effects across the World, leading politicians to race to the top

Companies in EU must record employees’ working hours

The decision obliges Member States to make daily recordings of employees’ working times mandatory

European Court clears CETA arbitration tribunals

Despite the vocal opposition, the arbitration system complies with EU law

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