Case archive



ECJ: UK discriminated against transgender woman denied pension at 60

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the UK discriminated against a transgender woman ...

European Court of Justice — 26 June 2018

CJEU: 'Spouse' includes those of the same sex for freedom of residence rights purposes

The term ‘spouse’ within the meaning of the provisions of EU law on freedom of residence ...

European Court of Justice — 5 June 2018

Advocate General Sharpston clarifies 'emanation of the state' criteria for certain claims

Advocate General Sharpston  has clarified the criteria for determining an "emanation of the state" ...

European Court of Justice — 23 June 2017

Luxembourg: Assets of al-Assad's businessman cousin frozen for another year

The fund-freezing measures imposed on Rami Makhlouf, cousin of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, m ...

European Court of Justice — 19 May 2017

Air carriers must compensate passengers not timeously informed of cancelled flights

An air carrier which is unable to prove that a passenger was informed of the cancellation of his fli ...

European Court of Justice — 12 May 2017

Absolute prohibition on dental care advertising incompatible with EU law

A general and absolute prohibition of any advertising for the provision of oral and dental care serv ...

European Court of Justice — 8 May 2017

Exclusion of police candidate based on age compatible with EU law

in the competition was that candidates should be under 35 years of age. In the view of M. Salaberri ...

European Court of Justice — 16 November 2016

Luxembourg: Where lending of e-books is treated akin to traditional books, the public lending exception applies

The lending of an electronic book (e-book) may, under certain conditions, be treated in the same way ...

European Court of Justice — 14 November 2016

Solved: Rubik's Cube shape is not EU trademark, rules Luxembourg

The Rubik’s Cube shape is not an EU trademark and its non-visible functional elements including it ...

European Court of Justice — 11 November 2016

CJEU: Ireland’s procedure for accepting applications for subsidiary protection incompatible with EU law

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that a 15-day time limit imposed by Irel ...

European Court of Justice — 21 October 2016

ECJ: Fixed-price system for prescription drugs breaks free movement rules

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that a fixed-price system for the sale by pharmacies o ...

European Court of Justice — 20 October 2016

AG Sharpston: Court of Justice should annul measures keeping Tamil Tigers and Hamas on terror list

Advocate General Sharpston has stated that the Court of Justice of the European Union should annul t ...

European Court of Justice — 28 September 2016

Commission did not err in accepting Thomson Reuters commitments over datafeeds abuse

The General Court of the European Union has confirmed the Commission’s decision to accept the ...

European Court of Justice — 20 September 2016

Shop operators who offer free Wi-Fi not liable for users' copyright infringements – though may require to password-protect

The operator of a shop who offers a Wi-Fi network free of charge to the public is not liable for cop ...

European Court of Justice — 16 September 2016

Advocate General Saugmandsgaard Øe: General data retention obligation may be compatible with EU law

An Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has stated in an Opinion ...

European Court of Justice — 20 July 2016