At a „hat trick of judgements” against Uber – the company loses UK case on worker rights

  • 24 January 2019
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Uber has lost its latest court bid (on 19 December 2018) to stop its British drivers being classified as workers, entitling them to rights such as the minimum wage and holiday pay, in a decision which jeopardises the taxi app’s business model. Read more... (Petra Ágnes Kanyuk)

Brexit: Happy Marriage and Divorce

  • 17 January 2019
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This article focuses on one of the most essential challenges for the European Union – Brexit, a process in motion since June 2016 and still shrouded in uncertainty. It is predicted that the UK will leave the European Union on March 29, 2019. However, no one knows yet how and by what conditions this "divorce" shall take place, and even whether it is truly inevitable: according to a recent ruling of the European Court of Justice, the United Kingdom could decide to unilaterally reverse the withdrawal process. Read more...  (Giorgi Gogokhia)

„That ship has sailed...?” the UK should be able to change its mind about Brexit, according to the Advocate General

  • 10 December 2018
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Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona proposes that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) should declare that Article 50 TEU allows the unilateral revocation of the notification of the intention to withdraw from the EU. The ruling date has been set for December 10, just a day before the national Parliament’s vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s much-maligned Brexit agreement. Regarding the issue, it seems that the United Kingdom isn't united at all at the moment. Read more... (Petra Ágnes Kanyuk)

„To be, or not to be [in the EU]”? News in the Polish judicial reform battle

  • 20 November 2018
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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ordered the Polish government to immediately halt its ongoing reform of Poland’s Supreme Court – in a move that puts further pressure on the already strained ties between Brussels and Warsaw about a month ago (on 19 October). The ECJ said that Polish authorities must suspend implementing its April 2018 “Law on the Supreme Court”: to reinstate all of the Supreme Court judges who were forced to retire under the law and to refrain from any further attempt to replace them. Read more... (Petra Ágnes Kanyuk)

„Whatever it Takes to Preserve the Euro...?” Advocate General backs ECB’s bond-buying programme

  • 8 October 2018
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The European Central Bank’s (ECB) bond-buying programme is legal and within the powers of the central bank, the advocate general of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) said on Thursday (4 October), amid a challenge in Germany to the bloc’s quantitative easing (QE) programme. Read more... (Petra Ágnes Kanyuk)

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