The fines imposed on the companies concerned therefore remain unchanged.
Full title:Connecting flights that are the subject of a single reservation departing from a Member State to a non-Member State via another non-Member State: the air carrier that performed the first flight is obliged to pay compensation to passengers who suffered a long delay in the arrival of the second flight performed by a non-Community air carrier
Such a cumulative right to reimbursement would lead to an unjustified overcompensation of passengers to the detriment of the air carrier.
It is however obliged to provide those consumers with a means of communication allowing them to contact it quickly and to communicate with it efficiently.
The Court orders Belgium to pay a penalty payment of €5,000 per day for not fully transposing the directive on high-speed electronic communications networks and, a fortiori, for failure to notify the relevant transposing measures to the Commission.
The rules on the distribution of such a channel must not, however, prevent the retransmission as such of the channel.
Judgment in Case C-622/17 Baltic Media Alliance Ltd v Lietuvos radijo ir televizijos komisija.
The offensive or vulgar nature of this trade mark has not been proved with reference to a specific social context at a given time.
Neither that tax’s progressivity, nor the possibility for undertakings not making a profit in 2013 to deduct from the 2014 basis of assessment for that tax losses carried forward from the earlier financial years constitutes a selective advantage in favour of certain undertakings
In assessing whether limit values have been complied with, the pollution level at each sampling point must be taken into account individually.
Full title: A situation in which a vehicle parked in a private garage of a building for more than 24 hours has caught fire, causing a fire originating in the vehicle’s electrical system and causing damage to the building falls within the concept of ‘use of vehicles’ within the meaning of the directive on insurance against civil liability in respect of the use of motor vehicles.
The charge is discriminatory since the economic burden of the charge falls, de facto, solely on the owners and drivers of vehicles registered in other Member States.
Advocate General’s Opinion in Case C-18/18 Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek v Facebook Ireland Limited.
In the absence of any evidence demonstrating that the ECB committed a sufficiently serious breach of EU law, the General Court dismissed the action for compensation.
The Commission incorrectly classified the measure at issue as State aid.
Such a requirement is not compatible with the provisions of EU law prohibiting companies fromspecifying the Member State in which the customer’s payment account is to be located.
The CJUE released its judgement in the Case C-614/17 concerning protected designation of origin.
Such appeals will be allowed to proceed, wholly or in part, only where they raise an issue that is significant with respect to the unity, consistency or development of EU law.