TFEU

AcronymDefinition
TFEUTreaty on the Functioning of the European Union
TFEUTeachers' Federation Employees' Union (Canada)
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the number of days between the first judgment of the Court under Article 258 TFEU and either compliance by Belgium or the date of delivery of the judgment under Article 260(2) of TFEU, with a minimum lump sum of EUR 2,029,000.00 and a daily penalty payment of EUR 22,076.55 from the day of the first judgment until full compliance is reached or until the second Court judgment.
Finally, what is today Article 103 TFEU clearly set out the power of the Council--following a proposal from the Commission and previous consultation with the European Parliament--in both a general and a targeted fashion (15) to adopt regulations or directives to give effect to the principles embedded in the substantive Treaty rules.
45 TFEU is an adequate starting point for the development of an
As with the other freedoms, the essence of free movement of services requires the removal of national rules that restrict movement, unless the rules can be justified either on the grounds provided by the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) (public policy, public security or public health) or by an open-ended list of judicially developed 'justifications'.
If the market share was higher than 30%, a full individual assessment under Article 101 (1) TFEU remained necessary and a prohibition would follow if the conditions of Article 101 (3) TFEU were not satisfied.
Article 102 TFEU prohibits the abuse of a dominant market position which may affect trade between Member States.
However, these concerns and, more generally, the increased skepticism towards the validity and value of intellectual property are perhaps most likely to be reflected in the EU Commission's enforcement in the area of unilateral conduct under Article 102 TFEU in the years to come.
To the horror of most German-speaking EU law experts, she took the position, advanced by the French, the EU Commission, the ECB, and Club Med leaders, that Article 127(6) TFEU would do as a legal basis for transferring national bank supervisory powers to the ECB.
The adaptation to the TFEU of Regulation EC 338/97 implies a reshuffle of Parliament's competences, in this particular case having a say on these type of acts.
One of the distinguishing features of the legislature drawing to a close has been the adjustment to the new rules established by the Lisbon Treaty (TFEU).
He then details the application of Articles 101, 102, and 107 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) to the insurance industry, focusing in particular on recent changes that have eroded the block exemption regime, which had previously served to benefit the insurance industry.