ECJ: Parties not directly affected by actions of a cartel may claim compensation for losses incurred

New ECJ ruling gives increased protection to parties affected by anticompetitive behaviour

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

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

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.

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

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