Dans le cadre de la crise sanitaire du Covid-19, le gouvernement espagnol a ordonné la mise en place des projets traitant des données de géo-localisation des citoyens. Ces actions pourraient être [...]
Poland's judiciary system has been under the watch of the EU, being critisized for the lack of independence of its judiciary. Polish judges have been complaining about the lack of independence [...]
The new ‘Whistleblower Directive’ entered into force on 16 December 2019, and represents an unprecedented step forward in the harmonization of whistleblower protection in the European Union [...]
On 14 January 2020, the European Green Deal Investment Plan was presented – part and parcel of Europe’s new Green Deal. Considered “Europe’s new growth strategy”, it focuses on the stable and [...]
Le 23 mai 2019, le tribunal de Nantes a rendu une décision quasi-inédite sur une question polémique en France : la reconnaissance des enfants nés par gestation pour autrui (GPA).
Après 4 ans de négociation, l'Union européenne et le Japon concluent le JEFTA (Japan-EU Free Trade Agreement), un accord bilatéral de libre-échange. Signé en juillet 2018, ratifié fin 2018 par [...]
During the Paris Arbitration Week events, a lot of interesting issues were raised. Although the format of the blog does not allow to get into the details, here are the most recent arbitration [...]
This landmark judgment drastically changes the concept of consent relevant to this industry and allows a third party such as the City Council to reject such consent and punish the perpetrator.
La Russie accusée de violation de la liberté de religion suite à la condamnation d’un Témoin de Jéhovah
Dennis Christensen, un Danois appartenant au groupe religieux des Témoins de Jéhovah, a été condamné à 6 ans de prison, par le tribunal d'Orel – au sud de Moscou.
According to a research by Amnesty International, 1 in 10 women in the European Union is victim of some sort of sexual violence from the age of 15. Particularly, in Portugal, according to the [...]
Retail outlet sales have dropped dramatically in recent years since the advent of online shopping has made it comfortable to buy almost everything one needs from home. That said, there are still [...]
Come May 25, 2018 a new data protection regulation will apply across the EU and UK. The new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will be replacing the old Directive 95/46/ec and is said to [...]
Every part of the society is subjected to sexist comments and there is little one can do about it. Think again: The Belgium Legislature and Judiciary will tell you otherwise. On the eve of [...]
The European Parliament (EP) has issued a press release explaining the recommendations that MEPs of its Foreign Affairs Committee have been proposing in order to cut cash flows to terrorists, [...]
Many people who have data privacy at heart have no doubt heard about Austrian lawyer Maximilian Schrems, who began a string of high profile data privacy cases against Facebook Ireland Ltd [...]