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James Taylor Brexit and the future of IP rights For some time, businesses have been awaiting clarifications about the future of the UK-EU relationship with regard to intellectual property rights. The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has declared it will convert all EU registered trademarks into UK marks without charge to bridge the gap that will […]
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Dear Readers, The KSLR European Law Blog would like to bring the following recent publications on EU law topics to your attention. Happy reading! The KSLR European Law Blog Editorial Team The Rise and Fall of the European Constitution Edited by NW Barber, Maria Cahill and Richard Ekins The Draft European Constitution was arguably both […]
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The Editors The United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union on 29 of March 2019. On what terms it will do so, it is yet uncertain when less than three weeks are left before Brexit day. On Tuesday next week, 12 March 2019, the UK Parliament will cast a vote on the new […]
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Sophie Hunter   Guy Canivet, president of the High Legal Committee of the Financial Platform of Paris recently told the press that Brexit is a real eye opener, because it triggered the need to come up with an alternative to London, in order to better respond to a change in relation between the UK and […]
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Dear Readers, The KSLR European Law Blog would like to bring the following recent publications on EU law topics to your attention. Happy reading! The KSLR European Law Blog Editorial Team EU Anti-Discrimination Law Beyond Gender Edited by Uladzislau Belavusau and Kristin Henrard The EU has slowly but surely developed a solid body of equality […]
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KSLR EU Law Blog by Giulia Gentile - 7M ago
Dear readers, Good traditions are to be kept, so the annual ranking by KSLR EU law Blog of the top 10 events in EU law. Here you may find our list of the most topical EU-law events in 2018: 10) Jean Claude Juncker’s State of the Union Address. Borrowed from the United States, the tradition […]
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KSLR EU Law Blog by Irene Agnolucci - 7M ago
The KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts for blog posts on  any area of EU law  (including but not limited to judicial protection, internal market, external relations, financial regulation, data-protection, environmental policies). Submissions covering any of the following topics are particularly welcome: The future of the EU: reflections and reforms The external dimension […]
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Giovanni Gruni, The EU, World Trade Law and the right to Food: Rethinking Free Trade Agreements with Developing Countries. Studies in International Trade and Investment Law series. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018. ISBN 9781509916207. Ana Peres International trade law does not aim only at promoting liberalisation and market access, and Giovanni Gruni book points out the importance […]
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Jacob van de Beeten   Introduction Increasingly, the EU is using Treaty instruments to enforce the common values of Article 2 Treaty on the European Union (TEU) – human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and human rights – in recalcitrant Member States. With the adoption of the Sargentini report in the European Parliament, […]
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The editors of the KSLR EU Law Blog are pleased to announce a recent publication in the field of EU law with a special discount for the readers of our blog. The EU, World Trade Law and the Right to Food Rethinking Free Trade Agreements with Developing Countries Giovanni Gruni In recent years the European […]

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