European Court of Justice

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European Court of Justice:

see Court of Justice of the European UnionCourt of Justice of the European Union,
judicial institution of the European Union (EU). Located in Luxembourg, it was founded in 1958 as the joint court for the three treaty organizations that were consolidated into the European Community (the predecessor of the EU) in 1967.
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The European Court of Justice will make a ruling on the matter later this year.
The Commission is also asking Spain to comply with a ruling by the European Court of Justice on emergency planning for major industrial accidents.
Anheuser-Busch may not register the word 'Budweiser' as an (EU) trade mark for beer," the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice said in a statement.
She said: This is a victory for consumers in Wales and a very good decision by the European Court of Justice.
Advocates general write opinions in cases that raise legal issues new to the European Court of Justice.
Sweden is the last holdout in implementing a 2006 measure requiring telecom providers to retain customer phone and e-mail records, and the European Court of Justice is not happy.
The European Court of Justice, the highest court in the EU, ruled that Google's AdWords does not violate European trademark law and that the search giant can continue selling keyword-based ads on its search pages.
The Swedish court decided it needed guidance from the European Court of Justice as to whether or not the Swedish union blockade was in conflict with European laws, and whether the Swedish labor market's principles contradicted the EU principle of free movement of labor.
Shares in Austrian online gambling group bwin u one of EuropeAEs biggest Internet bookmakers which had brought the case before the European Court of Justice u tumbled as much as 9.
An initial finding by the European Court of Justice that UK companies are not breaching EU equality law by forcing employees to retire against their wishes when they reach the age of 65 brings welcome clarity to a difficult issue.
EU yesterday reached an expanded aviation services agreement with Morocco, announced new negotiations with Ukraine and referred Greece to the European Court of Justice.
Doctor Claus Staringer, a Professor at Vienna University in Vienna, Austria, delivered a keynote luncheon speech discussing the effect of recent decisions of the European Court of Justice in Marks & Spencer, Ritter-Coulais, and REWE Zentralfinanz on foreign loss utilization in Europe.

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