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On 20 December 2017 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its judgement in a long-standing case regarding the protection of alloy wheel rims and the scope of the repair clause.
The French commercial code was slightly amended in December and went largely unnoticed because it was overshadowed by public procurement reform, which was the main piece of legislation. The aim of the legislator was ...
In the past few years, many automotive suppliers have been facing increasing financial or operational problems. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated these problems and is putting some of these companies in considerable ...
What do we want the car of the future to look like? This represents a definitive issue where the mobility of our generation is concerned.
The German Federal Government takes self-driving cars on German roads a step further: It has adopted an action plan on 23 August 2017 to implement ethical rules for automated driving systems
The Ethics Committee of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure for Automated and Connected Driving has published its report on 20 June 2017, just as the new Road Traffic Act on automated and connected ...
Temporary exclusion of landlord’s termination right for COVID-19 caused payment defaults