The preliminary reference procedure has long been envisaged as a judicial dialogue between the European Court of Justice and national courts. However, in reality the relationship between the Luxembourg court and national Supreme Administrative Courts appears to be closer to a relationship of living apart together than to a happy marriage between equal partners.
Can it be argued that there exists a concept of Nordic citizenship, founded on inter-Nordic cooperation and its relationship with EU law and EEA law? The newly published antology, Free Movement of Persons in the Nordic States - EU Law, EEA Law, and Regional Cooperation, looks into a possible Nordic Citizenship (Hart Publishing). The editors present the anthology and discusses the outcome of the contributions.
Why do courts of precedent reference third-parties’ legal arguments in their judgments?
Offentligrätten i samarrangemang med Forum för en levande Europakonvention och Stiftelsen Rättsfonden bjuder in till seminariet "Europadomstolens rättspraxis i svensk rätt".
We have the privilege to present Prof. Dr. Andreas Heinemann, University Zürich, President of the Swiss Competition Commission, as a speaker. He will make a presentation regarding two- and multi-sided markets, networks and ecosystems from an economic and EU competition law perspective.
The seminar will be held at Stockholm University, Department of Law, C-building, Faculty room on the 8th floor. Please register until September 20th.
The EU Competition Law Damages Directive, is it Facilitating Private Damages Actions in the EU? Two leading experts reflect on the fact that suits for damages have increased dramatically in the field of EU Competition Law and that the legal development is rapidly developing. Please register by 26 September 2022. Zoom link will be sent to registered participants on 26 September 2022.
The EU Digital Markets Act and the proposed Data Act are discussed from a competition policy perspective. Please register by 18 September 2022. Zoom link will be sent to registered participants on 19 September 2022.
Yttrandefriheten och dess gränser har i alla tider varit ett kontroversiellt och mångfacetterat ämne. Förutom gränsytan mot övergripande samhällsintressen såsom allmän ordning och säkerhet bryts yttrandefriheten mot andra individuella rättigheter som följer av den Europeiska konventionen om skydd för de mänskliga rättigheterna (EKMR) såsom rätten till religionsfrihet.
Välkommen till slutseminarium i konkurrensrätt. Marcus Skarpsvärd kommer under seminariet att lägga fram slutmanuskript till sitt pågående avhandlingsprojekt med ämbetstiteln: The Costs of Legal Certainty: A Forensically-Informed Methodology on How to Establish the Relevant Costs in Exclusionary Abuse Cases.
Prof Tuomas Mylly's paper discusses constitutionalisations of European intellectual property law from the perspective of social acceleration. He maintains that the judicature, the executive and the private sphere continue to replace the legislators as the critical drivers of intellectual property policies.
Article 22 is one of the most discussed articles of the GDPR. Scholarship has focused on many aspects of this cryptic article: its scope of application, the right to be informed about automated decision-making, the notion of appropriate measures to safeguard the data subject’s legitimate interests, etc. Among these elements, the talk will focus on article 22 (1) of the regulation.
A discussion regarding the regulation of large digital platforms and the judgement of the General Court in the Google Shopping case. What are the implications of the DMA for Nordic businesses and how will the judgement shape the future competition law analysis? Please register by 8 March 2022. Zoom link will be sent to registered participants on 9 March 2022.
Fredrik Bergman och Alexander Ottosson från Centrum för rättvisa redogör för Europadomstolens dom och dess betydelse för skyddet för den personliga integriteten och rättsstaten i den digitala tidsåldern. Moderator är Claes Granmar, docent i europarätt vid Stockholms universitet.
At the seminar, three main aspects of the enforcement of EU privacy rights in the light of the Schrems rulings regarding the EU-US “Safe Harbour” and “Privacy Shield” will be addressed.
Dr Noreen O’Meara's paper discusses the redesign of the UK-EU extradition framework for extradition/surrender, considering its strengths and shortcomings, and initial judicial testing in the courts. This analysis is contextualised by the UK-Ireland extradition relationship, which faced the greatest impact under the new surrender regime.
The proposed Digital Markets Act (DMA) and its implications for competition law enforcement from a European and national perspective.
Professor Ulla Neergaard, Copenhagen University, Associate professor Jaan Paju, Stockholm University and Professor Juha Raitio, Helsinki University discusses in this seminar the Nordic closure of borders during the pandemic out of a free movement of persons perspective.
At this final doctoral seminar PhD Candidate Gloria Golmohammadi will present the draft of her doctoral thesis.
Seminar in EU-Law with doctoral candidate Arvin Tayari
Seminar in EU-Law with Professor of Governance and Sociology of Law at the Copenhagen Business School Poul Fritz Kjær. Please register by 6 October 2021. Zoom link the link will be sent out to registered participants on 7 October 2021.
At this final doctoral seminar Niousha Nademi presents the draft of his doctoral thesis “Market Definition in Digital Markets”.
The current EU Commission has promised to improve the working conditions of gig workers, which are regularly self-employed, without EU competition law standing in the way. DG Comp followed up on this promise and launched an initiative in January 2021 to explore a variety of policies to avoid EU competition law denying self-employed access to concluding collective agreements.
Several times a month, the CJEU delivers judgments on the fundamental rights of companies. The cases concern a wide range of rights including property, the right to conduct a business, freedom of expression, privacy and the right to a fair trial. Up to now, no comprehensive evaluation of this case law has been carried out.