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With the further Brexit delay beyond the scheduled departure date of 31 October 2019, the general election in the UK on 12 December has raised yet more questions about the nature of the UK's departure from the EU.
In a bold move that aims to bring together the world of business and digital policy making, President Emmanuel Macron of France has proposed Thierry Breton, CEO of the French multinational information technology company ...
Competitive Edge: Competition & EU law news - June 2019
Tracking the 'slow' progress of implementing new audiovisual rules
Obligated to implement the new EU telecoms rules as part of the Brexit transitional arrangement, the UK Government recently published legislation transposing the requirements of the European Electronic Communications ...
In its bid to achieve EU "digital sovereignty", the European Commission is due to come forward as early as 11 November with a European Data Governance Act to boost the region's use of business and public data. By means ...
The reduction of emissions in the aviation sector is a true challenge. The global aviation targets of neutral emissions growth from 2020 and a 50% reduction by 2050 over 2005 levels (set by the International Civil ...
On 30 January 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued its ruling in case C 524/18, Dr. Willmar Schwabe GmbH & Co. KG (hereafter, "Schwabe") v Queisser Pharma GmbH & Co. KG (hereafter, "Queisser").
Bird & Bird's Aviation team takes a look at recent updates to European Aviation Regulation and asks how these will impact the aviation industry moving forward.
This update provides a summary of two recent developments in the UK's approach to the regulation of connected and automated vehicles (or 'CAVs'): first, the launch of a new Government consultation on 'automated lane ...