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William Fry | European Union | 25 Oct 2017

ECJ Confirms IP Translator and Praktiker Bau Decisions Are Not Retroactive

In a recent ruling, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) confirmed that the IP Translator and Praktiker Bau cases do not apply to EU trade marks which

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William Fry | Belgium, European Union, Ireland | 15 Sep 2017

ECJ Judgment Confirms That Ryanair Employment Disputes May Be Heard In Foreign Courts

The ECJ has ruled on 14 September 2017, in a case relating to six Belgium-based Ryanair employees, that a jurisdiction clause which sought to prevent

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William Fry | European Union | 6 Jul 2017

EU Court of Justice holds that vaccines can be considered to be cause of illness even if absence of scientific link

The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently ruled that courts may consider vaccines to be the cause of an illness, even in the absence of

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William Fry | European Union, Ireland | 3 May 2017

Ryanair's VAT Refund Claim on Costs Incurred in Failed Aer Lingus Bid Referred to CJEU

The Supreme Court has referred a question to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on whether Ryanair is entitled to reclaim VAT incurred

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William Fry | European Union, Ireland | 4 Apr 2017

After ‘Headscarf’ Rulings, Employers Need To Be Mindful Of Dress Code Restrictions

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has provided guidance to the domestic courts in both Belgium and France regarding the banning of the

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William Fry | Czech Republic, European Union | 30 Mar 2017

Applications for Information on IP Infringers can be Taken Outside of Infringement Proceedings

In a recent decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that owners of intellectual property rights have a standalone right to

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William Fry | European Union, Ireland | 10 Feb 2017

"Death Bed Marriage" Rule in Pension Scheme Not Discriminatory

On 24 November 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its judgment in the Dr David Parris v Trinity College Dublin case. The

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William Fry | United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland | 24 Jan 2017

Brexit business briefing - January 2017

Theresa May confirmed on 17 January 2017 that the UK plans to leave the Single Market. This position is based on a pragmatic acknowledgement by the UK

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William Fry | European Union, Ireland | 9 Nov 2016

Court of Justice of the European Union Ruling on Pyrite Case

Further to our previous article on this subject, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued its preliminary ruling in the James

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William Fry | USA, European Union, Ireland | 27 Oct 2016

Digital Rights Ireland Challenges EU-US Privacy Shield

The civil rights advocacy group, Digital Rights Ireland, has filed a widely anticipated challenge to the EU-US Privacy Shield agreement (Privacy