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Articles from Claire Perez

Published at 25 June 2014
Category : Business Law
E-newsletter: June 2014
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently issued a decision that could significantly increase the financial consequences that the members of a cartel are likely to bear. The Court held that the members of a cartel may, in certain circumstances, be ordered to provide compensation for the loss suffered by the client of a company not party to the cartel wherever that company has, because of the existence of the cartel, applied prices higher than that which would have been applied if the cartel had not existed.
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Published at 01 March 2014
Author : Claire Perez
Category : Business Law
E-newsletter: March 2014
Regulation 44/2001 known as the “Brussels I Regulation” lays down rules on the jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters within EU Member States.
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Published at 01 December 2013
Author : Claire Perez
Category : Business Law
E-newsletter: December 2013
There are many legal cases and court decisions concerning commercial agency agreements and national courts will increasingly be asked to adjudicate international commercial agency related disputes.
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Published at 01 September 2013
Author : Claire Perez
Category : Business Law
E-newsletter: September 2013
Published at 01 June 2013
Category : Business Law
E-newsletter: June 2013
Business professionals will increasingly face the difficulty of identifying the court that is territorially competent to hear disputes arising from or in connection with their activities.
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Published at 01 February 2012
E-newsletter: February 2012
So-called REACH Regulation 1907/2006 and CLP Regulation 1272/2008 marked an important milestone in the evolution of EU law on chemical substances. The objective of these Regulations is to gain a better knowledge of chemical substances used within the EU in order to ensure a higher level of protection of human health and the environment.
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Published at 01 December 2011
E-newsletter: December 2011
Trademark law and business law must permanently evolve and address new practices that emerge from the development of the Internet. It is indeed necessary to strike the appropriate balance between the interests of companies wishing to protect themselves against unfair business practices and to protect their trademark(s) and the necessity to guarantee free market competition.
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Published at 01 September 2011
E-newsletter: September 2011
Decree of July 11, 2011 puts an end to the transposition of EC Directive 2008/98 on waste that repealed three previous Directives and sets up a legal framework to control the entire waste management process within the European Union. This Decree also completes the regulatory transposition of the so-called “Grennel 2” Law of 2010 and EC Regulation 1013/2006 on shipments of waste dated June 2006 .
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Published at 01 June 2011
E-newsletter: June 2011
Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 , repealing Council Directive 91/414 , entered into force on June 14, 2011. This Regulation concerns the authorization of plant protection products in commercial form and their placing on the market, use and control within the EU. It also includes provisions that apply to the components of such products.
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Published at 01 January 2011
Category : Business Law
E-newsletter: January 2011
In many aspects, the year 2010 has been the year of the modernization of EU competition and antitrust rules. Indeed, in the wake of the adoption of new rules on vertical cooperation agreements and on certain categories of industry-specific agreements , two additional horizontal agreements block exemption regulations (“New Regulations”) were adopted on December 14, 2010 , followed by the publication of new guidelines (“New Guidelines”) in January 2011 .
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