Drone use in the fight against covid-19 in spain by Cristina Pauner Chulvi

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Drone use in the fight against covid-19 in spain by Cristina Pauner Chulvi

Covid-19 and Data Protection in Spain: an overwiew, by Rosario García Mahamut,

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Covid-19 and Data Protection in Spain: an overwiew, by Rosario García Mahamut,

Immunity passports, by Iñigo de Miguel Beriain

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Immunity passports, by Iñigo de Miguel Beriain

Data Protection Issues and Covid-19 : Comparative Perspectives, Opening remarks, by Olivia Tambou

Why this e-conference ? 1. The Need to Have a Focus on Data Protection Issues Related to Covid-19  Legal experts are currently dealing with numerous issues related to Covid-19. This topic and the concerns about it are spread in our public space. Blogdroiteuropeen has already reported on the launch of other blogs’ initiatives aiming at analysing the European European Solidarity in Times of Emergency, or focusing on … Continuer de lire Data Protection Issues and Covid-19 : Comparative Perspectives, Opening remarks, by Olivia Tambou

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Rules of origin in the EU–Japan EPA, by Yusuke Hatakeyama

The European Union (EU) and Japan have agreed on progressive rules of origin in the Agreement between the European Union and Japan for an Economic Partnership (‘EU–Japan EPA’1). Rules of origin are one of the most important elements in FTAs, which set out the rules and requirements for application of preferential tariff treatment (reduced or eliminated customs duties) to originating products by the customs authority … Continuer de lire Rules of origin in the EU–Japan EPA, by Yusuke Hatakeyama

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Call for expressions of interest for experts in cross-border legal and administrative obstacles, AEBR

The Association of European Border Regions (AEBR)  – in cooperation with the Border Focal Point at the EU Commission’s DG REGIO –  is launching a “call for expression of interest” for legal experts with knowledge of cross-border matters. The experts awarded will provide advice on border obstacles of a legal and/or administrative nature along EU internal land borders to be selected with the upcoming calls … Continuer de lire Call for expressions of interest for experts in cross-border legal and administrative obstacles, AEBR

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Legal Challenges towards a European Open Search Engine, call for paper OSSYM 2020 deadline 6 July

12-14 October the 2nd international Open Search Symposium (OSSYM 2020) will be hosted by CERN in Geneva or via Web. This event aims at analysing the societal, scientific and technical aspects of a European open and distributed internet search. Next to all computing and algorithmic challenges, legal aspects of setting up such an infrastructure in and for Europe will be of major concern Therefore, the … Continuer de lire Legal Challenges towards a European Open Search Engine, call for paper OSSYM 2020 deadline 6 July

Development of the governmental procurement scheme through the japan-eu economic partnership agreement (jeuepa), by Koutaro Matsuzawa

Procurement of products and services by governmental or public organizations has beenone of major topics gathering much attention in multilateral, pluri-lateral or bilateral trade negotiations since, depending on size of relevant state economy and budget of a government, a share of the government procurement market in its economy is said to be generally between 10 percent and 15 percent of GDP1. Some reasons, such as … Continuer de lire Development of the governmental procurement scheme through the japan-eu economic partnership agreement (jeuepa), by Koutaro Matsuzawa

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Are climate change litigations possible in Italy? by Michele Carducci

The use of climate change litigations is increasing, also in Europe (Sindico F. et al. (eds.) 2020) They have three distinctive characteristics: – They can be promoted towards States or companies; – They arise from complaints made by citizens or local authorities; – They are based on scientific evidence as a parameter for the evaluation of State policies or business decisions. In Italy, the Network … Continuer de lire Are climate change litigations possible in Italy? by Michele Carducci

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New EULawSD Webinar: The Precautionary Principle Under EU Law: a Brake or a Lever to Sustainable Development? by Alessandra Donati

We are pleased to announce a third session of the 2020 EULawSD webinar series, which will take place on 13 July 2020 at 2pm CEST. Alessandra Donati, Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law, will join us for a dialogue on ‘The Precautionary Principle Under EU Law: a Brake or a Lever to Sustainable Development?’ The webinar will be visible … Continuer de lire New EULawSD Webinar: The Precautionary Principle Under EU Law: a Brake or a Lever to Sustainable Development? by Alessandra Donati