The "right to be forgotten" in EU law does not extend worldwide, the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has determined.
Published 25 September 2019
High Court: Environmental activists successfully challenge the validity of peat extraction legislation
An environmental activist network has been granted an order setting aside secondary legislation which amended the regulation of large-scale peat extraction.
Published 24 September 2019
The number of judges at the General Court of the European Union will increase next week when the court welcomes seven additional judges.
Published 20 September 2019
Companies and industrial and provident societies (I&Ps) can file their beneficial ownership information in the new central register with effect from today.
Published 29 July 2019
A man who claimed that he was a dependant of his brother, who is a naturalised citizen of the UK, has been granted an order of certiorari quashing the decision refusing him a residence card.
Published 26 July 2019
High Court: Environmental activists granted injunction restraining the implementation of legislation
An environmental activist network has been granted an interlocutory injunction restraining the implementation of secondary legislation introduced in January 2019 pending the outcome of judicial review proceedings contending that the legislation is invalid.
Published 24 July 2019
Draft legislation providing for cross-border recognition of bail decisions and the monitoring of bail conditions is set to be published.
Published 19 July 2019
The European Commission has announced the opening of a formal antitrust investigation into Amazon over its use of sensitive data from independent retailers who sell on its marketplace.
Published 17 July 2019
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that a German autobahn toll proposal which would have put the burden of cost solely on the owners and drivers of cars registered in other EU member states is contrary to EU law.
Published 19 June 2019
The last in a set of six EU directives providing guarantees during criminal proceedings across all member states has come into force.
Published 12 June 2019
Facebook has lost an appeal against the decision to refer a complaint about EU-US data transfer to the Court of Justice of the European Union for a preliminary ruling.
Published 4 June 2019
A leading criminal barrister has warned that Ireland could face a legal challenge over its implementation of an EU Directive on the right to information in criminal proceedings.
Published 4 June 2019
Proposals backed by a senior European politician to ban anonymity on social media could have an adverse impact on people living under repressive regimes, media lawyers in Ireland have warned.
Published 20 May 2019
The General Court of the EU has confirmed that registration of the mark ‘NEYMAR’ by a third party is invalid.
Published 16 May 2019
CJEU: Member states cannot restrict registration of EU lawyers and must apply proportionate practice conditions
EU member states can not place their own conditions on the registration of lawyers from another member state and must apply the principle of proportionality to conditions on their ability to practise, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled.
Published 8 May 2019