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.

European Court clears CETA arbitration tribunals

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

UK competition authority wants changes to Big Four

The Competition and Markets’ Authority has called for legislation to overhaul the auditing business, namely concerning the Big Four.

EU wants to allow class-action suits – under certain terms

The landscape for collective redress rules across Europe varies a great deal and efforts to harmonise it might entail negative consequences

Banning China’s Huawei?

Whether to allow Chinese vendors participate in the procurement process for implementing 5G network systems across Europe has divided European countries

Europe’s disputed copyright law: An overview

With 348 voting in favour, 274 voting against and 36 abstaining, the much-discussed EU Copyright Directive has finally been approved by the European Parliament.

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