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An EU-wide right for consumers to change their minds about an on-line purchase within two weeks of receiving the good, and new requirements that on-line traders must give buyers precise information on the total price, the goods ordered and the trader's contact details, are among the benefits of new rules approved by Parliament on June 2011. Read more >>
Parliament urges the Commission to step up the fight against corruption and to bring forward its assessment of anti-corruption efforts in the EU to 2012, sooner than proposed in its anti-corruption package presented in June 2011. Read more >>
On 14 September 2011, new rules to prevent abuses in wholesale energy trading, and thus protect end consumers, were adopted by Parliament. Wholesale trading will now be monitored independently across the EU, to enable Member States to prevent and punish anti-competitive behaviour. Read more >>
LEGALEX BRUXELLES (Belgium) - law firm having as main competence areas the insurance law, social law, intellectual property law etc.
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Legal protection insurance and its prescription (Assurance protection juridique et prescription) - by Denis Gouzee, lawyer, admitted to Bruxelles Bar Association since 1981
Who owns the knowledge? (A qui appartient le savoir-faire?) - by Denis Gouzee, lawyer, admitted to Bruxelles Bar Association since 1981
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Cases, Judgments & Opinions
The French system for financing the obligation to purchase the electricity generated by wind turbines falls within the concept of aid granted by the State or through State resources (Advocate General’s Opinion in Case C-262/12 Vent de Colere and Others)
According to EU law, as interpreted by the Court of Justice, a measure will constitute ‘State aid’ if four cumulative conditions are met: there must be an intervention by the State or through State resources; the intervention must be liable to affect trade between Member States; it must confer an advantage on the recipient; and, lastly, it must distort or threaten to distort competition.
Moreover, in view of the limited scope of the question referred, the definitive categorisation of the measure as ‘State aid’ is a matter for the national court.Read more >>
The Court of Justice confirms the General Court’s judgment upholding the Commission decisions holding the Italian State’s loan to Alitalia to be unlawful, but permitting the sale of its assets (EU Court of Justice: Judgment in Case C-287/12 P Ryanair Ltd v Commission, Italy and Alitalia)
In 2008, the Italian State granted a loan of €300 million to the air transport company Alitalia1 and gave it also the option of counting that amount as part of its own capital.
Alitalia, then in a situation of insolvency, was placed under extraordinary administration2 and a bank was appointed as independent expert, responsible for verifying that its assets would be sold at a price in line with the market price. Read more >>