The ruling by the European Court of Justice demonstrated a “naïve, starry-eyed” trust in the European Central Bank, without setting any real limits on its actions, said Bert Van Roosebeke, who leads financial
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The ECB Governing Council said Thursday it has taken note of Tuesday’s ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) confirming that the central bank’s OMT asset purchase program is compatible with EU [...] Germany's Constitutional Court had referred the case to the ECJ at the start of last year. cep expert Bert Van Roosebeke told the Financial Times: “It’s a very clear defeat for the German court. On the point of [...] of whether this is an economic or monetary policy, the European court said it is monetary policy and so within the ECB’s mandate.”
very vague and partly contradictory wording. In particular, the future role of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is unclear. According to the Joint Report, the agreement on the rights [...] interpreted in line with the case law of the Court of Justice, which was given up to the date of the UK's withdrawal from the EU. Elsewhere, it states that the UK courts "shall have due regard" to the CJEU's [...] taken into account - a kind of step-by-step obligation. A similar wording also obliges the EFTA Court of Justice, which has jurisdiction for Norway and the other EEA countries, to have due regard to the case
of alcohol is contrary to EU law if less restrictive tax measures can be introduced, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Wednesday. The ECJ said it considered that “the effect of the Scottish l [...] delayed the implementation of the minimum unit price legislation. See also our cepInput on the European Alcohol Strategy 2016-2022.
between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Jurisdiction and the role of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) will be a key focus, cep expert Bert Van Roosebeke said. "It will be crucial in all [...] that the ECJ will decide on this, while the British will want this issue to be decided by national courts. The UK and the EU seem to be moving towards each other on issues of citizens’ rights. The question
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg will give its final decision this Wednesday on minimum alcohol pricing in Scotland. The Scottish government in 2012 passed a decision to bring in a minimum [...] drinking. Foreign wine producers claimed it would distort the market. See also our cepInput on the European Alcohol Strategy 2016-2022.