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The Treaty of Lisbon's grant of exclusive competence to the European Union for foreign direct investment (FDI) matters signals the beginning of a profound shift in the global landscape of FDI regulation as the international investment policies of twenty-seven states begin to be consolidated and...
The Kronoply appeal offers the ECJ an opportunity to revisit the conditions applicable to challenge decisions not to raise objections in the context of the state aids monitoring procedure. These conditions were defined in the Cook and Matra judgments but were not applied consistently in the...
The Treaty of Lisbon paved the way for legal formalization of the new European Union policies and significantly enhanced the external dimension of the EU Internal Market. The newly emerged EU energy policy is a good example of it. External objectives of the EU energy policy are being fulfilled...
This case note considers joined cases C-403/08 and C-429/08 ( FAPL v. Pub Landlords ), in which the CJEU (Grand Chamber) dealt with the exclusive licensing system of the Football Association Premier League for the broadcasting of football matches. The exclusive licensing arrangements were found...
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