Court of Justice of the EU: case handling improved, but more active management needed, say Auditors

The Court of Justice of the European Union has taken a number of significant steps to improve its case handling over recent years, but further improvements could still be made, according to a new performance review by the European Court of Auditors. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) consists of two Courts: [...]

An evaluation of the extent to which the Court of Justice of the European Union’s interpretation of Article 101 TFEU has been effective in tackling restrictive agreements.

The focus of this essay is to critically asses what Article 101 TFEU provides and analyse some important cases related to infringement of Article 101. It will also provide an evaluation of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) interpretation of the article in question, and measures adopted to tackle agreements restricting competition. [...]

Supreme Court of Louisiana – Uniformity Provision Prevails

On December 6, 2016, the Supreme Court of Louisiana issued a verdict relating to a St. Martin Parish case that ultimately changed a statute impacting a completely different parish, East Feliciana Parish. In Arrow Aviation Company, LLC v. St. Martin Parish School Board, the issue at dispute is the taxability of repair services performed in [...]