CJEU

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CJEUCenter of Jewish Education in Ukraine
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The ECA can apply to the CJEU for a ruling if it considers that its independence is being infringed by any other EU institution.
159) The CJEU is thus tasked both with ensuring that state law
Thus, the concept of transfer of assets or part thereof was interpreted by the CJEU "meaning that it includes the transfer of goodwill or an autonomous part of an undertaking, containing tangible and, if applicable, intangible items, which, together, form an undertaking or a part of an undertaking, susceptible of performing an autonomous economic activity, however, it does not include the simple assignment of goods, such as the sale of a stock of products" (see the Zita Modes Decision, C-497/01, item 40, the SKF Decision, item 37, and the Schriever Decision, item 24).
is French, all CJEU judgments have an official English version.
When confronted in Viking with a conflict between the right to strike and the right to freedom of establishment, the CJEU opted for not solving
Any contrary interpretation would violate Article 56 TFEU and the Internal Market objective of Directive 95/46/EC, based on CJEU case law.
If a question is raised by an individual business as to the meaning of customs legislation (for example the meaning of a tariff classification of a particular product which is being imported into the EU or the legal basis for a particular customs operation), the EU treaties require the national court in the relevant member state to refer any questions over the interpretation or validity of EU law to the CJEU.
HBKU JD students at the Grande Salle of the CJEU in Luxembourg.
The case law of the CJEU (with the European Court of Justice [ECJ] renamed the Court of Justice from 2009) follows the ECtHR approach, acknowledging freedom of expression to be one of the fundamental principles of a democratic society.
will have to be referred to the CJEU for determination, preferably
In December 2015, the CJEU annulled the European Commission's decision.
The Energy Community Treaty is an international agreement signed in Athens on 25 October 2005, through which State parties committed themselves to liberalise their energy markets according to the EU aquis and the CJEU case-law.