EU directive strengthening consumer rights now in force

The move aims to considerably strengthen the position of consumers within the online universe.

EU ministers reject ‘name-and-shame’ policy for tax-avoiding companies

The Member States are split in finding an amicable resolution in ensuring proper tax payments by such multinational companies

EU adopts new rules for cross-border conversions of limited liability companies

The EU is continuing its attempts in introducing a unified framework for company law

Rolling, rolling, rolling?

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

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

Will Facebook’s cryptocurrency take off?

Concerns have been raised in Europe and America over Facebook’s ambitious plan to introduce a cryptocurrency

‘European Parliament has noise-makers and law-makers’

INTERVIEW: Former European Commissioner Viviane Reding from Luxembourg sat down with In-House Legal to discuss Brexit, data protection and gender equality.

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

European Court clears CETA arbitration tribunals

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

Siemens-Alstom merger: Where competition law and politics clash

The merger has raised some questions with regards to the modernity of the European antitrust rules.

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