Rolling, rolling, rolling?

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

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.

England’s Court of Appeal affirms “absolute nature” of legal privilege

The Courts reaffirm one of the key tenets of the common law system

Relief for Polish mortgage borrowers as EU top court allows conversion of Swiss franc-based loans

ECJ judgement to allow Polish courts to reconvert mortgage loans into local currency

Online platforms may be compelled by courts to remove defamatory content world-wide, ECJ rules

The ECJ ramps up judicial oversight over Facebook in latest defamation ruling

European court ruling defines Commission’s scope in forcing countries to recover illegal tax benefits

The decision may well influence the Commission’s strategy in competition law

‘Growing the volume of international trade further is wrong’

Second part of the interview with European Green Party leader Philippe Lamberts, focusing on his stand on trade, digitalisation and the preventing global warming.

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

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