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Scottish Independence and EU Membership NEW
KSLR European Law blog 2 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 10 Hours, 29 Minutes ago
Amanda Spalding PhD Candidate at King’s College London   The referendum on Scottish Independence is due to take place on the 18th of September.  One of the most politicized and contentious issues raised by this referendum is the quest...
Does the UK – Italy Treaty violate European law? Reflection in the light of new tax transparent funds introduction NEW
KSLR European Law blog 3 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 20 Hours, 53 Minutes ago
Marco Guerra, LLM University of Milan; LLM Student, King’s College London Alin Fouladvand, MSc Risk and Finance, London School of Economics     Introduction   On July 17, 2012, the Finance Bill 2012, amending the Corporation Tax...
Event Coverage: BRITAIN ALONE, 9 May 2014 NEW
KSLR European Law blog 3 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 23 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
Niall Coghlan, BPTC Student at City University  London   9 May is Europe Day. This Europe Day, Senate House hosted a conference with the strikingly un-European title ‘BRITAIN ALONE’. The all-star attendee list, with represe...
Case C-435/12 ACI Adam v Stichting de Thuiskopie NEW
KSLR European Law blog 4 Months, 1 Week, 1 Day, 11 Hours, 6 Minutes ago
Justin Koo, PhD Candidate, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London The claimants in this case were importers of data media storage devices such as CDs. By virtue of Article 16c(2) of the Auteurswet (Dutch copyright law), the claim...
New Guidelines for State Aid to Energy Infrastructure – A Helpful Move Toward Europe 2020? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 4 Months, 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 12 Hours, 53 Minutes ago
 Robert Miklós Babirad    1        Introduction On April 9, 2014, the European Commission adopted in principle new State aid guidelines, which will now encompass the application of State aid to...
Expulsion of the Roma from France; A breach of EU law? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 5 Months, 4 Days, 1 Hour, 47 Minutes ago
Andrew Seow Xian Wen   Ideal application of EU law Freedom of movement for EU citizens is enshrined in Articles 21 and 45 of the TFEU.[1] Before the Treaty of Maastricht in 1992, only the free movement of workers was facilitated, but this gradua...
Solution outsourced? – Case comment on C-458/12 Lorenzo Amatori NEW
KSLR European Law blog 5 Months, 1 Week, 6 Days, 4 Hours, 16 Minutes ago
Julian Emanuel Titze LLM student, King’s College London   A transfer of undertaking providing for the continuity of employment relations is usually in the interest of employees. This was, however, not the case in the preliminary ruling Ama...
REVIEW: EU Law Panel at the International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC) 2014 at King’s College London, 14-15 April 2014 NEW
KSLR European Law blog 5 Months, 3 Weeks, 6 Days, 3 Hours, 9 Minutes ago
Florian Nitu PhD Candidate, King’s College London   The European Union Law panel at the 8th edition of the IGLRC addressed the standards of regulation theme showing convincingly that EU norm generation remains as topical as always. It also...
Sword beach is in La Monnaie: King’s College London Centre of European Law celebrates its 40th anniversary with a high profile event in Brussels NEW
KSLR European Law blog 6 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 14 Hours, 17 Minutes ago
Jose Manuel Panero Rivas MA in Economics for Competition Law, King’s College London, LL.M in European Law, College of Europe, Bruges     Almost 70 years after the Normandy landings, the Centre of European Law of King’s College L...
Free movement of capital and Golden Shares in Volkswagen: unexpected twist or foreseeable outcome? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 6 Months, 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 16 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
Jelena Ganza, PhD Candidate, Dickson Poon School of Law, KCL Pursuant to the so-called ‘loyalty to the EU principle’ enshrined in Article 10 EC, Member States are obliged to remove national barriers to free movement of capital (Article 63...
Case Note on C-466/12 Svensson NEW
KSLR European Law blog 7 Months, 2 Days, 6 Hours, 49 Minutes ago
Justin Koo, PhD Candidate at King’s College London   The much anticipated hyperlinking case of Svensson[1] was delivered by the CJEU on the 13th February 2014. Such was the importance of the impending decision, several cases were stayed pe...
Robin Hood (tax): really an EU outlaw? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 7 Months, 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 5 Hours, 6 Minutes ago
Alin Fouladvand, MSc Risk and Finance, London School of Economics Marco Guerra, LLM University of Milan; LLM Student, King’s College London   1. Introduction On 28 September 2011, the European Commission proposed a harmonised Financial Tra...
FEATURED: Invitation to IGLRC 2014 EU Law Panel NEW
KSLR European Law blog 7 Months, 4 Weeks, 2 Days, 5 Hours, 39 Minutes ago
International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC) 2014 The eighth annual International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC) will be held on the 14-15 April 2014 at King’s College London, home of one of the top 25 law schools worldw...
Free Movement of Companies within the EU – The Never-Ending Saga NEW
KSLR European Law blog 8 Months, 6 Days, 14 Hours, 33 Minutes ago
Jorge Miguel Ribeiro Trainee Lawyer and Collaborating Member of  Centre of Studies in European Union Law of  University of Minho   1. Introduction The creation of an area with no internal borders where free movement is guaranteed is on...
Case Comment: C-423/12 Reyes NEW
KSLR European Law blog 8 Months, 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 19 Hours, 46 Minutes ago
  Re-posted from the Eutopia Law Blog   Adrienne Yong PhD Candidate at King’s College London   The recent developments in EU citizenship have been admittedly fairly quiet in comparison to the uproar after the ever controversial Z...
Through the Lens of Goods and Services: An Analysis of the CJEU NEW
KSLR European Law blog 8 Months, 3 Weeks, 4 Days, 20 Hours, 3 Minutes ago
Matthew Foster 2nd year LLB student at King’s College London a.   Introduction The Court of Justice of the European Union[1] (CJEU) is one of the most active judicial bodies in the world, delivering over 26,000 judgements since its cr...
Event Coverage: Whatever Happened to the European Arrest Warrant? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 9 Months, 1 Week, 1 Day, 5 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
Niall Coghlan   Introduction Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing (ABCP) Bill, substantial reform of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW)’s implementation in the UK is promised.[1] Simultaneously, the European Parliament is pre...
Keck vs. Trailers: have certain selling arrangements been towed away? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 9 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 4 Hours, 21 Minutes ago
Amanda Spalding PhD Candidate at King’s College London   In the 1990s the European Court of Justice (ECJ) established a distinction between the product requirements and certain selling arrangements in the case of Keck and Mithouard.[1] A f...
Interchange Transaction Fees: Moving Toward Increased Standardisation and Governmental Regulation NEW
KSLR European Law blog 10 Months, 5 Days, 23 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
Robert Miklós Babirad 1. Introduction   Credit and debit card interchange transaction fees have been subject to increasing governmental regulation and review both within the EU and abroad.  This article will begin with a brief overvi...
The modernised Professional Qualifications Directive – The end of crisis-induced unemployment in the EU? NEW
KSLR European Law blog 10 Months, 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 23 Hours, 41 Minutes ago
Andrea Redondo LL.M in European Law and Economic Analysis, College of Europe; BSc in Economics and Finance, LSE; LLB, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Universidad Complutense of Madrid   On 20 November 2013 the Council of t...