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Case C-621/18, Wightman v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union: The European Court of Justice confirms that Article 50 notification can be unilaterally revoked

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 11-12-2018 By Oliver Garner This piece is cross-posted by kind permission of the DCU Brexit Institute blog. The original version of the post may be accessed here. Introduction On 10 December 2018, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) delivered its judgment in the Wightman case on the revocation of a notification of an intention to withdraw […] »»
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The Advocate-General Opinion in Wightman: Article 50 Notification to Withdraw from the European Union is Unilaterally Revocable

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 06-12-2018 By Chloé Brière A few days before the vote in the House of Commons on the Withdrawal Agreement, scheduled for December 11th, 2018, the debates are still vivid both in the United Kingdom and the European Union. The possibilities of holding a second referendum or stopping the withdrawal process have been repeatedly raised as alternatives […] »»
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The Pilatus Bank scandal: time to reconsider banking supervision, anti-money laundering and whistle-blower’s protection in the EU

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 05-12-2018 By Dimitrios Kafteranis On Monday 23 April 2018, the European Commission released its proposal on the protection of persons reporting on breaches of Union law. The proposal of the European Commission comes after pressure of the European Parliament and other organisations calling for a coherent protection of whistle-blowers at the EU level. This pressure results […] »»
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Antarctica: Has the Court of Justice got cold feet?

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 03-12-2018 By Christina Eckes In the period since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, Member States have more and more often and more and more passionately challenged the Union exercise of external relations powers conferred to it under the Lisbon Treaty. In the words of Advocate-General Kokott in her Opinion in the Antarctica cases […] »»
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Case C-713/17 Ayubi: A refugee is a refugee is a refugee (even with temporary right of residence)

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 27-11-2018 By Sarah Progin-Theuerkauf Introduction On 21 November 2018 the Court declared a provision of the Law on needs-based minimum income protection in Upper Austria which provides that refugees with a temporary right of residence are granted less social benefits than Austrian nationals and refugees with a permanent right of residence incompatible with Article 29 of […] »»