Judgment in Case T-61/16
Judgment in Case C-230/16
Judgment in Case T-893/16
The service constitutes a retransmission of the programmes concerned.
The fact that the vehicle is stationary or that its engine may not be running at the time of the accident does not, in itself, rule out the possibility that the function of the vehicle at that time is use as a means of transport.
However, Mr Schrems cannot rely on his consumer status with respect to claims assigned to him by other consumers.
The tax constitutes a charge having equivalent effect to a customs duty, the imposition of which is prohibited by that agreement.
That clause does not constitute discrimination on grounds of nationality, is compatible with the preliminary ruling mechanism and does not undermine either the allocation of powers fixed by the Treaties or the autonomy of the EU legal system
The national court must determine that place in the light of all the relevant circumstances, an employee’s ‘home base’ being a significant indicator to that effect.
“The Court finds that, where it is not evident that genetically modified products are likely to constitute a serious risk to human health, animal health or the environment, neither he Commission nor the Member States have the option of adopting emergency measures such as the prohibition on the cultivation of maize MON 810.”
The fact that the distance actually covered by such a flight is, as a result of the connection, greater than the distance between the departure and arrival airports has no impact on the calculation of compensation.
The applicants have failed to show that the harm suffered as a result of the contested decision is serious and irreparable and therefore that decision remains applicable until delivery of the judgments on its lawfulness. Full article…
BASF Grenzach has not established that it is urgent to suspend the implementation of the decision by which the ECHA requires it to carry out animal testing.
By decision of 24 January 2007,1 the Commission imposed fines totalling €750.71 million on 20 European and Japanese companies2 for their participation in a cartel on the market for gas insulated switchgear (GIS) between 1988 and 2004. The undertakings which participated in the cartel concluded an agreement with a view to coordinating their commercial activity worldwide and developed a quota system aimed at determining the market shares which each group could share among its members. According to the Commission, the cartel participants also concluded an unwritten understanding to reserve the European market to European undertakings and the Japanese market to Japanese undertakings. Full article…
“That legislation limited, first, in a discriminatory manner, and, second, by reason of its non- transparent nature, the opportunity for operators established in other Member States to organise such games in Hungary.”