That activity may be regarded as a ‘commercial practice’ if that person is acting for purposes relating to his or her trade, business, craft or profession.
Advocate General’s Opinion in Case C-497/17Œuvre d’assistance aux bêtes d’abattoirs (OABA) v Ministre de l’Agricultureet de l’Alimentation, Bionoor, Ecocert France, Institut national de l’origine et de la qualité (INAO).
The notification, by the United Kingdom, of its intention to withdraw from the EU does not have the consequence that execution of a European arrest warrant issued by that Member State must be refused or postponed
The Court holds that the General Court must reconsider whether the Commission was justified in classifying the implied and unlimited guarantee granted by the French Republic to the Institut français du pétrole as State aid.
The European Court of Auditors has today published a Background Paper on the enforcement of the EU’s competition rules. Background Papers provide information on ongoing audit tasks and are designed as a source of information for those interested in the policy and/or programmes being audited.
Such conduct constitutes, in particular, ‘inertia selling’, which may be penalised by a national authority other than the authority provided for by EU law on electronic communications
Member States may provide that, when the person who was subject to the obligation to take out insurance against civil liability for the vehicle involved in an accident has failed to comply with that obligation, the national compensation body can bring an action against that person even though the latter has no civil liability for the accident
By posting on the internet, the photograph is made available to a new public.
The Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive1 aims to protect the environment from the adverse effects caused by the discharge of urban waste water (domestic water and industrial waste water). That directive provides, among other things, that Member States were to ensure that all agglomerations with a ‘population equivalent’2 of over 15 000 were equipped with collection systems for urban waste water by 31 December 2000 at the latest. Furthermore, urban waste water from such agglomerations must be treated prior to discharge.
However, organisms obtained by mutagenesis techniques which have conventionally been used in a number of applications and have a long safety record are exempt from those obligations, on the understanding that the Member States are free to subject them, in compliance with EU law, to the obligations laid down by the directive or to other obligations.
The processing of personal data carried out in the context of such activity must respect the rules of EU law on the protection of personal data.
For having delayed in implementing EU law on the landfill of waste, Slovakia is fined a lump sum of €1 000 000 and a penalty payment of €5 000 per day of delay. The Court had already found, in a judgment from 2013, that Slovakia had failed to fulfil its obligations.