Safeguarding business interests in the Chinese market

Within the center of trade talks with the superpower, intellectual property plays a major role

European opposition to free-trade deals?

The EU-Mercosur free-trade agreement faces opposition in national parliaments of EU member states.

Glyphosate and cancer: The jury is out

Thousands in the United States are suing Bayer over Monsanto’s controversial weed killer Roundup

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

Airbus-Boeing Dispute Nearing An End

The bitter altercation has already been ongoing for the past 15 years

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

Orthodox monk wins right to practice as a lawyer in Greece

The ruling strengthens the right of qualified lawyers to practice in other EU countries, without having special requirements imposed upon them.

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