Case Reports

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The extension of the period of validity of existing state aid must be regarded as the alteration of that aid and, therefore, as new aid, the Court of Justice of the Europen Union has held. In 1960, DEI, a public electricity company, entered into a contract with Alouminion, a Greek company specialise

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A Somalian refugee convicted of rape who successfully challenged a decision to deport him to his home country on human rights grounds has seen an appeal against that ruling refused. The Inner House of the Court of Session refused an appeal by the Home Secretary against an Upper Tribunal ruling, whic

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Intel’s appeal against the imposition of a €1.06 billion fine for abuse of its dominant position should be upheld and the case should be referred back to the General Court for a fresh review in the Opinion of an Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union. By decision of 13 Ma

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The government of Slovenia has lodged an application with the European Court of Human Rights over the actions of the Croatian judiciary and executive in relation to legal claims brought by a Slovenian bank. Slovenia lodged the application under article 33 of the European Convention on Human Rights o

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that a fixed-price system for the sale by pharmacies of prescription-only medicinal products for human use is incompatible with the free movement of goods. The Deutsche Parkinson Vereinigung is a German self-help organisation which seeks to improve the l

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that website operators may have a legitimate interest in storing certain personal data relating to its visitors in order to protect itself against cyberattacks. The dynamic internet protocol address of a visitor constitutes personal data, with respect to

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Two concert pianists who argued that they entered into a partnership with an IT expert with a view to creating gay social network applications for profit have had their claim rejected by a judge. The Court of Session ruled that while the parties had a “common intention” to enter into a business

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