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Karlsruhe über alles? Il ragionamento sul principio di proporzionalità nella pronunzia del 5 maggio 2020 del BVerfG tedesco e le sue conseguenze, by Prof. Diana Galetta

“Karlsruhe über alles? Il ragionamento sul principio di proporzionalità nella pronunzia del 5 maggio 2020 del BVerfG tedesco e le sue conseguenze”. Comment on the decision rendered on May 5, 2020 by the German Federal Constitutional Court on the ECB’s Public Sector Purchase Programme by Prof. Diana Galetta, Full Professor of Administrative Law, Università degli Studi […]

Court of Justice of the European Union – Press Release N. 58/20 – following the judgment of the German Constitutional Court of 5 May 2020

The Directorate for Communication of the Court of Justice of the European Union received many enquiries concerning the judgment delivered by the German Constitutional Court on 5 May 2020, regarding the European Central Bank’s PSPP programme. Even though the Departments of the Institution never comment on a judgment of a national court, on May 8, 2020 the […]

Comment on the German Federal Constitutional Court’s decision – Bundesverfassungsgericht, Zweiten Senats, 2 BvR 859-15, 2 BvR 980-16, 2 BvR 2006-15, 2 BvR 1651-15, 5 May 2020 by Albert Henke

Comment on the German Federal Constitutional Court’s decision – Bundesverfassungsgericht, Zweiten Senats, 2 BvR 859-15, 2 BvR 980-16, 2 BvR 2006-15, 2 BvR 1651-15, 5 May 2020 by Albert Henke Dell’ammutinamento tedesco alla UE e alle sue Istituzioni, in Il Diritto degli Affari

Calendar of training activities developed by the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) for 2020

The EJTN 2020 offer is designed to address the interests and needs of European judges, prosecutors, judicial trainees and trainers from across Europe regarding training on EU law, Rule of Law, judgecraft, training methodologies, linguistics and societal issues. The objective of EJTN’s 123 seminars presented in this calendar, as well as EJTN Members offer, is not only to increase participants’ knowledge and […]

CCLR Authors’ Webinar (1/2020): Trends in Global Climate Litigation – Lexxion Webinar – 13.05.2020

Courtrooms have become an important venue in recent years in the global fight against climate change. As civil society and affected communities increasingly seek to hold governments, corporations and investors to account for the climate crisis, important legal and policy questions remain to be addressed. In the first CCLR Authors’ Webinar, contributing authors to Issue […]

European Small Claims Procedure: the Italian experience – LUISS Webinar – Rome – 7 May 2020

The talk is organized to promote the European small claims procedure in order for it to become a valid and efficient resolution tool for law professionals, business owners and consumers. Placing particular emphasis on the Italian experience, the talk will highlight best practices with feedback and opinions from front-line professionals (lawyers, judges, etc) while also leaving space […]

Opinion of Advocate General Szpunar on the concept of “civil and commercial matters” – Brussels I bis – Case C-73-19 – 23 April 2020

On 23 April 2020, AG Szpunar delivered an Opinion in Case C‑73/19 (Belgische Staat, represented by the Minister van Werk, Economie en Consumenten, responsible for Buitenlandse handel; Belgische Staat, represented by the Directeur-Generaal van de Algemene Directie Economische Inspectie; Directeur-Generaal van de Algemene Directie Economische Inspectie V. Movic BV; Events Belgium BV; Leisure Tickets & Activities International BV). The […]

German Federal Constitutional Court – Judgment of the Second Senate of 5 May 2020 – 2 BvR 859/15 – 2 BvR 1651/15 – 2 BvR 2006/15 – 2 BvR 980/16

In its judgement published on 5 May 2020, the Second Senate of the German Federal Constitutional Court granted several constitutional complaints directed against the Public Sector Purchase Programme (PSPP) of the European Central Bank (ECB). In its Judgment of 11 December 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has taken a different […]

German Federal Constitutional Court’s decision on the German ratification of the Agreement on the Unified Patent Court (UP-CA) – Order of 13 February 2020 2 BvR 739/17 – Published on 20 March 2020

The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany (the FCC) has delivered its decision on the complaint against the German ratification of the Agreement on the Unified Patent Court (UP-CA). The FCC has declared that the Parliamentary Act of Approval to the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court to confer sovereign powers on the Unified Patent Court […]

CALL FOR SELECTION – Statale Vis Moot Team – Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot – Vienna – 28th Edition (2020-2021)

It is officially open the call for selection for the students who will represent Università degli Studi di Milano at the 28th edition of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna. Deadline: May 15, 2020, 12 p.m. GMT+01:00 All the information about the selection criteria and the selection procedure can be found here

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