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Court Of Justice Of European Union Sets Aside General Court Judgments Granting Damages For Excessively Long Judicial Proceedings
On 13 December 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered three judgments on separate appeals brought against judgments of the General Court by Gascogne Sack Deutschland ("Gascogne"), Kendrion and Plasticos Españoles ...
European Union
25 Feb 2019
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EU Court Of Justice Rules On Issues Of Lis Pendens And Jurisdiction Under Lugano Convention
The proceedings sought to recover specific costs incurred by the German authorities for the treatment of Ms Schlömp's mother.
European Union
14 Feb 2018
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New Legislative Framework For Judicial Liquidation Of Companies
On 4 May 2017, the federal Parliament adopted a new law which introduces extensive changes to the procedure of judicial liquidation of companies.
European Union
16 Jun 2017
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EU General Court Orders EU To Pay Damages For Excessively Long Court Proceedings For First Time
On 10 January 2017, the General Court ("GC") issued a judgment in which it ordered the European Union to pay Gascogne and Gascogne Sack Deutschland ("Gascogne") a total of about € 57,000 in damages . . .
European Union
27 Feb 2017
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Skype Fined EUR 30,000 For Refusal To Cooperate With Data Protection Law Enforcement Authorities
The case ended up with the Court which first examined if Belgian courts had jurisdiction over Skype.
Belgium
16 Jan 2017
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Court With Jurisdiction Over Main Insolvency Proceedings Also Competent To Rule On "Actio Pauliana", Even Against Non-EU Defendants
On 4 December 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union answered a preliminary question from the Landgericht Darmstadt in the case H. vs. H.K. (Case C-295/13).
European Union
9 Jan 2015
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Belgian Constitutional Court Confirms Legality Of Appeal Procedure Against Use Of Documents And Data Seized By Competition Authority
The Belgian Constitutional Court dismissed the actions challenging the legality of the appeal available to companies against the use of documents and data seized during dawn raids.
Belgium
8 Jan 2015
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