On Politics and Law: the decision of “Karlsruhe”

Pierre-Antoine Klethi LLM in EU Law Candidate, King’s College London; Master’s degree in European Economic Law, IEP Strasbourg and Science-Po Paris . There was a lot of EU-related news on Wednesday 12th September 2012: besides the eagerly-awaited decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court (located in Karlsruhe), J. M. Barroso addressed the European Parliament in his “State of Union” speech, and Dutch voters elected their new MPs. This article will focus on the first event: the constitutional judges gave the green light to the German…

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KSLR European Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts proposing to cover topics on EU law.   We encourage submissions that would address issues regarding the recent developments of EU Law. Submissions may address –amongst other areas- recent legal developments; recent developments of case-law; EU law related political developments; innovative topics regulated by EU law; developments in EU countries of relevance to EU law; interactions between national, EU and international law; judicial cooperation in civil matters (EU); Conflict of laws (EU); or, EU competition…

European Law Institute issues Statement on the Common European Sales Law

Recently a working party of the European Law Institute (the ELI) has published its Statement  on the European Commission’s Proposal for a Common European Sales Law. The report was approved and adopted by the European Law Institute on 7 September 2012. According to the chairman of the working party,  Sir John Thomas, the working party’s starting point was that it would scrutinise the proposed Common European Sales Law within the policy framework set by the Commission. It has not therefore considered questions of policy, such as…

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