The EU considers allowing collective bargaining for gig workers
4 min to read
09 March 2021
The EU considers allowing collective bargaining for gig workers
Over the past years, the EU institutions have shown quite some attention to the position of workers in the so-called gig or peer economy, despite the limited legislative authority of the EU in the area...
EU law meets state communications surveillance – what consequences for UK data protection adequacy?
9 min to read
30 November 2020
EU law meets state communications surveillance – what consequences for UK data protection adequacy?
In July 2020 the CJEU Schrems II judgment invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield under the provisions of EU data protection law governing transfers of data to third countries. The CJEU decided...
Top EU Court backs net neutrality in ruling with impact on "zero-tariff" deals
3 min to read
07 October 2020
Top EU Court backs net neutrality in ruling with impact on “zero-tariff” deals
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has published its first judgment on net neutrality and zero-rating on 15 September 2020. The judgment is available here. The case...
Revised EU Cross-Border Payment Regulation - Delayed enforcement of its provisions on currency conversion
3 min to read
18 April 2020
Revised EU Cross-Border Payment Regulation – Delayed enforcement of its provisions on currency conversion
The European Commission (EC) recently published a statement, dated 9 April 2020, in relation to the revised EU Cross-Border Payments Regulation (CBPR2). The statement is available here. In...
Competitive Edge: Competition & EU law news - April 2020
25 min to read
18 April 2020
Competitive Edge: Competition & EU law news – April 2020
Keeping you up to date on Competition & EU Law developments in Europe and beyond Tightening the enforcement belt – the Special Advisors, Self-preferencing, Google Shopping & the General...
COVID-19 has shifted the dynamic between EU regulators and 'Big Tech'
5 min to read
18 April 2020
COVID-19 has shifted the dynamic between EU regulators and ‘Big Tech’
A decade from now, when European law students and political scientists are writing papers on the evolution of EU online platform regulation, they may well speak of a pre-COVID and post-COVID ...
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