European Court of Justice


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European Court of Justice

nTribunale m della Comunità Europea
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Theresa May's U-turn on Britain's relationship with the European Court of Justice after Brexit should be welcomed.
But they have also said that UK courts should continue to interpret European Court of Justice (ECJ) case law around legislation derived from the European Union, on issues such as workers' rights.
We stand ready to engage with Canada about ways of addressing the concerns raised by the European Court of Justice on the envisaged EU-Canada PNR Agreement.
But judges in Karlsruhe referred the case to the European Court of Justice for it to find out whether Uber Black's business model was in line with EU-wide laws in which case German legislation would need to be adapted accordingly.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has agreed with the Supreme Court's ruling that technical problems which cause delayed flights or cancelled flights are the responsibility of the operating airline.
Although most businesses believe we are better off in a reformed EU, there is a real danger of expansive decisions being made by the European Court of Justice on the UK labour market.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged a swift decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Mr Duncan Smith said: "The huge increase in UK winter fuel payments made to people living in EEA countries equates to a near doubling in costs to the British taxpayer and follows a ridiculous ruling by the European Court of Justice.
After months of effort, the European Court of Justice ruled against the sanctions on Monday," Dajmar explained.
Concern about alleged judicial activism at the European Court of Justice brought together participants for a conference at the Maastricht Centre for European Law in October 2011, from which this book arose.
As it stands, Ireland applies the lower rate on the sale of horses and, indeed, all aspects of horses, including training, but the potentially damaging judgement comes on the back of a complaint by the European Commission being upheld in the European Court of Justice.
PARIS, Jan 17 (KUNA) -- The European Court of Justice, based in Strasbourg, on Tuesday ruled out the extradition of a senior Al-Qaeda suspect to Jordan because confessions obtained as evidence are believed to have been extracted by torture of witnesses, human rights sources said.

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