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Blog Post: 10 November 2022

COP27: A focus on loss and damage

“Loss and damage” is a key topic of COP27, and one of the most politically contentious among the negotiating blocs. The idea of an international loss and damage financing facility has been opposed by…

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Blog Post: 04 November 2022

The IEA World Energy Outlook 2022

Ahead of COP27 starting on the 6 November 2022, the International Energy Agency has released its World Energy Outlook. In light of the current global energy crisis, the WEO sheds light on how the…

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Blog Post: 14 July 2020

CJEU – The Grand Chamber reverses the Neurim decision

In other words, the CJEU abolishes the possibility to obtain an SPC based on an MA covering new therapeutic indications of a medicinal product which has already been the subject of a MA. According to…

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Blog Post: 09 July 2020

Schrems II: what might we expect on 16 July

This is when the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has said that it will announce its long awaited decision in the Schrems II case. Although many outcomes are possible the Court could…

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Blog Post: 21 July 2020

French Conseil d’Etat partially annuls the CNIL’s guidelines on cookies and other tracking devices

The background to this decision are guidelines on cookies and other tracking devices, issued by the French supervisory authority (the CNIL), on 4 July 2019. The purpose of these new guidelines…

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Blog Post: 30 July 2020

Schrems II - the CJEU leaves us with more questions than answers

I am now adding some further thoughts on the many questions raised by the case, which remain largely unanswered despite the EDPB’s FAQs. These thoughts relate particularly to the position of…

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