Legal News

  1. Generalbundesanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof (Principe de spécialité)
    Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
    A measure involving deprivation of liberty taken against a person referred to in a first European Arrest Warrant (EAW) on the basis of a prior offence different from the one which justified his surrender under a second EAW is not contrary to EU law if that person’s departure from the Member State that issued the first EAW was voluntary

  2. Spain v Commission
    State aid
    The Spanish tax system applicable to certain finance lease agreements entered into by shipyards constitutes an aid scheme

  3. Landesbank Baden-Württemberg v SRB
    Economic policy
    The General Court annuls the decision of the Single Resolution Board on the calculation of the 2017 ex-ante contributions to the Single Resolution Fund and declares that Delegated Regulation 2015/63 is unlawful in part

  4. Asociaţia "Forumul Judecătorilor Din România"
    New accessions
    According to Advocate General Bobek, the interim appointment of the Chief Judicial Inspector and the national provisions on the establishment of a specific prosecution section with exclusive jurisdiction for offences committed by members of the judiciary are contrary to EU law

  5. Vas Megyei Kormányhivatal
    SERV
    The principle of the freedom to provide services and the directive on cross-border healthcare preclude national legislation which excludes the reimbursement without prior authorisation of the costs connected to emergency surgery undergone by an insured person, who is a resident of a Member State, in another Member State

  6. Austria v Commission
    State aid
    The Court of Justice confirms the Commission decision approving United Kingdom aid for Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

  7. Cali Apartments
    Freedom of establishment
    National legislation making the repeated short-term letting of accommodation to a transient clientele which does not take up residence there subject to authorisation is consistent with EU law

  8. Recorded Artists Actors Performers
    Freedom of establishment
    EU law precludes a Member State from excluding performers who are nationals of States outside the EEA from the right to a single equitable remuneration for the playing of recorded music

  9. Compagnie des pêches de Saint-Malo
    State aid
    Seized with an interpretation request concerning the arrangements for implementing a Commission decision penalising France for State Aid declared incompatible with the common market, the Court of Justice rules that the decision is invalid

  10. EUIPO v Messi Cuccittini
    Intellectual and industrial property
    The Court of Justice dismisses the appeals brought by EUIPO and a Spanish company against the judgment of the General Court authorising football player Lionel Messi to register the trade mark ‘MESSI’ for sports equipment and clothing