European Court of Justice ile ilgili hikayeler

• European Court of Justice ruled against a Polish court , saying that employers cannot terminate contracts based on someone's sexual orientation. The case revolves around a TV freelancer who was fired for publishing content promoting support for same-sex couples, and could not win after suing the broadcaster for damages and compensation. In other news: ECJ ruled that travelers may get refunds over the trips canceled or ruined due to Covid-19 restrictions, after b...Devamını Oku

13 Oca 2023

• Airbnb must provide information in rental contracts to tax authorities and withhold tax under a national regime, the European Court of Justice ruled on Thursday. The ruling responded to a challenge from Airbnb to an Italian law requiring short-term rental sites to forward information from their rental contracts to tax authorities and to pay 21% of the rental income in taxes.

23 Ara 2022

• Amazon could be held responsible for breaching luxury shoemaker Christian Louboutin’s trademark rights over the sale of counterfeit red-soled high-heeled shoes, similar to Louboutin’s signature style, the European Court of Justice ruled on Thursday. The French designer brought cases against the company in Belgium and Luxembourg in 2019, arguing that he did not give his consent for the red-soled stilettos sold by third parties.

23 Ara 2022

• Google and other search engines must delete search results about people in Europe if the information can be proven wrong, the European Court of Justice ruled. In a recent case, Google refused to remove search results based on the names of two managers at a group of investment companies. The court disagreed, saying that if someone submits sufficient evidence proving the "manifest inaccuracy" of the information, the search engine must grant the request.

09 Ara 2022

• Environmental groups led by Greenpeace issued an ultimatum to the EU over its decision to include some gas and nuclear power stations in the bloc’s sustainable finance rules. The European Commission has until February to reply, the groups said, or they will take the case to the European Court of Justice. A step back: The decision will enter into force in the New Year, after a last-ditch vote on an objection in the European Parliament in July was rejected.

20 Eyl 2022

• The European Court of Justice’s General Court mostly confirmed a 2018 decision by the EU’s executive Commission to fine Google more than €4 billion for limiting the competition and reducing consumer choice. The court said, “Google imposed unlawful restrictions on manufacturers of Android mobile devices and mobile network operators in order to consolidate the dominant position of its search engine." A step back: The fine is one of three antitrust penalties totaling ...Devamını Oku

15 Eyl 2022

• The European Court of Justice ruled that national maritime authorities cannot seize ships involved in search-and-rescue work through concerns that they might be overloaded with migrants rescued from the sea. Background: the ECHR ruling was a response to an appeal by a migrant aid group called Sea-Watch in Germany when two of the groups' ships were forced to undergo inspections in Sicily in 2020 after disembarking migrants for taking aboard more people than they wer...Devamını Oku

02 Ağu 2022

• The European Court of Justice ruled that the bloc can cut funding to member states that are flouting democratic standards, pointing at Poland and Hungary. EU's top court ruling is a landmark decision regarding how the bloc deals with populist leaders that are accused of undercutting democratic rights and values. Zoom in: Poland and Hungary, two large recipients of EU funds, have been under criticism for years of shifting away from democratic norms such as exerting...Devamını Oku

17 Şub 2022

• The EU will begin deducting millions of euros from payments to Poland , as the country expired its deadline to pay fines for ignoring a court order to close down a coal mine in Turow. What happened? Last year, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled Poland to close down a coal mine on its border with the Czech Republic, as the open pit mine caused water drainage and noise pollution in the Czech villages by the border. Even though ECJ ordered Poland to pay €500,000...Devamını Oku

20 Oca 2022

• EU may punish countries accused of democratic backsliding like Poland and Hungary through withholding emergency pandemic aid and payments from the block's generous budget, after gaining the power to control budget payment through the "conditionality mechanism". The European Commission may trigger this as early as next month, once the European Court of Justice rules on its legality. via dpa Who is backsliding? EU accused Poland and Hungary of illegal judicia...Devamını Oku

18 Oca 2022