US tech giant Apple did not receive illegal state aid from Ireland and does not have to pay €14 billion in back taxes, the General Court of the European Union (EGC) has ruled.
Published 16 July 2020
The owner of a fishing vessel has lost his appeal in an action taken against the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
Published 15 July 2020
Northern Ireland courts could have the power to depart from the acquis of EU law under proposals set out by the UK government yesterday.
Published 3 July 2020
Colin Russell, trainee solicitor at William Fry, considers a recent European Court of Justice ruling that copyright protection can apply to a product's shape.
Published 18 June 2020
The European Commission has opened two formal competition investigations into Apple in relation to its App Store and Apple Pay.
Published 17 June 2020
'European law? I was told there's no future in that': Lawyers share experiences of building a career in EU law
Lawyers have shared their perspectives and experiences of building a career in EU law in an online event hosted by the Irish Society for European Law (ISEL) and the Young Bar Committee of The Bar of Ireland.
Published 10 June 2020
The Supreme Court has held that the High Court erred in granting certiorari of the Minister for Justice’s refusal of an application for liberty to enter and remain in the State.
Published 5 June 2020
Draft legislation to ban Israeli goods from the occupied Palestinian territories in Ireland will be "impractical" to enforce, Attorney General Séamus Woulfe SC has said.
Published 4 June 2020
Patrick Penninckx, head of the information society department at the Council of Europe, conducted a webinar entitled Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights this week. It was organised by the European Law Students Association (ELSA) as part of a series of webinars on law and technology.
Published 29 May 2020
Senator Michael McDowell gives his view on the developing row between the German federal courts and the European Union.
Published 20 May 2020
A British member of the Court of Justice of the European Union is suing her judicial colleagues after they attempted to sack her on the basis the UK has left the EU, The Critic reports.
Published 1 May 2020
The European Union has begun legal proceedings against Poland for undermining the rule of law as it expressed “serious concern” the country will not host "free and fair" elections next month.
Published 30 April 2020
Ronan Daly Jermyn partner Diarmaid Gavin and trainee Kate Murphy explore the European Commission's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Published 8 April 2020
EU member states cannot unilaterally disregard social security certificates allegedly based on fraud
EU member states cannot unilaterally rely on alleged fraud to set aside certificates for social security coverage validly issued by another member state, the European Court of Justice has ruled in a landmark judgment on the posting of workers.
Published 8 April 2020
Poland, Hungary and Czechia broke EU law by refusing to comply with mandatory quotas for relocating asylum seekers, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled.
Published 3 April 2020