The legal spat between the EU institutions and Poland has been exacerbated as on Thursday the Polish Constitutional Tribunal ruled
Ireland has won the case while losing a payment of EUR 13 billion it would have otherwise gotten from Apple.
In a landmark decision, the European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday that “the right to be forgotten”, one of the
The ECJ is based on the cases of migrants who came to Germany through other EU states: a Gambian man
The ruling has reaffirmed Britain's obligations under all forms of EU law until it actually exits the European Union.
The ECJ delivered an emergency judgment on Brexit's potential reversal at the request of a group of Scottish legislators.
Switzerland’s Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis has come up with a new initiative in an attempt to end the current deadlock
One of the most criticized EU bills in recent times, the so-called Copyright Directive which is supposed to protect copyright
The European Commission has approved amendments to the EU’s Association Agreement with the Kingdom of Morocco extending trade preferences to