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ECJ Rules on Territorial Reach of EU Data Protection Law

Many readers will have heard of the landmark decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union of May 13 in Gonzales v. Google (case C 131/12). In 2010 Mario Costeja González, a Spanish national, lodged with the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (Spanish Data Protection Agency, the AEPD) a complaint against La […]

Bamberski’s Trial to Start this Week

The trial of André Bamberski will be held in Mulhouse on Thursday and Friday (French style: no need to spend several months on that). Mr Bamberski is accused of ordering the kidnapping of Dr Dieter Krombach in Germany for delivering him to French authorities so that he could be tried, again, for the murder of […]

European Account Preservation Order adopted

The European Commission issued yesterday the following Press Release. European Account Preservation Order adopted: New EU rules will make it easier for companies to recover millions of cross-border debt New EU rules making it easier for companies to recover claims across borders have been adopted today by EU Ministers. Member States in the General Affairs […]

Third PIL Workshop at Nanterre University

The University of Paris Ouest Nanterre la Defense will host its third private international law workshop on 14 May 2014 at 6:30 pm. Christophe Lapp (ALTANA Law firm) and judge Pauline Dubarry (French Central authority) will present on the taking of evidence abroad. Dr François de Bérard (Nanterre University) will act as a discussant. For […]