New Rules of Procedure of the European Union Court of Justice: what’s new?

dr. Agne Limante  MA candidate in EU Law, King’s College London; PhD in EU law, Vilnius University; Post-Graduate Diploma in EU Law, King’s College London   On 1 November 2012 the New Rules of Procedure of the European Union Court of Justice[i] (“Rules”) will enter into force, introducing both, material and structural changes to the work of the Court. Below, a try is given to take a closer look at the changes. For ease of reference, the structure of analysis follows the new structure of the Rules. Reasons…

Rethinking Keck and market access test once again. A vicious circle?

dr. Agne Limante  MA candidate in EU Law, King’s College London; PhD in EU law, Vilnius University; Post-Graduate Diploma in EU Law, King’s College London   When in November 1993 the CJEU presented its ruling in Keck case[i], seeking, inter alia, ‘to clarify the law’, academic society reacted to it with a plethora of studies on how to ‘clarify the clarification’[ii]. In that ruling the Court held that French rules prohibiting reselling at loss were not caught by Article 34 TFEU since they related merely to indistinctly applicable…

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