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Constitution & Convention: What’s Stopping A Second Brexit Referendum?

The vote for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016 has proven difficult for many to accept. As such, a large portion of citizens are campaigning for a second referendum. Such a vote, however, may prove politically and legally impossible.

12:00, 9th November 2018
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Non-Taxation of McDonald's: Illegal State Aid or Valid Loophole?

McDonald's has ruled the fast food game for decades on end and might be expected to have paid millions of dollars around the world in corporate tax payments. The European Commission recently considered whether its failure to pay corporate tax regarding Luxembourg royalties is valid or illegal.

12:00, 6th November 2018
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The EU v Hungary: The Failures of Article 7 of the TEU

The European Parliament recently voted to initiate the Article 7 procedure against Hungary and Viktor Orban's controversial far-right government. However, the highly political nature of Article 7 of the TEU means Hungary will likely be allowed to continue on the same path. A change is necessary.

12:00, 30th October 2018
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Financial Fair Play in Football: Curbing the Excess or the Enthusiasm?

Football, a favourite pastime of the nation, is also the basis for truly ludicrious levels of investment, winnings and spending. As such, UEFA introduced Financial Fair Play Regulations to discourage football team insolvency. This article assess the compatibility of the Regulations with EU law.

11:00, 25th September 2018
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A Permanent Investment Court: The Future of the International Investment Regime?

The ability of investors to sue for breaches of international investment agreements impacts on how governments can regulate. Such disputes are currently dealt with by a much-criticised arbitration regime. Many advocate reform, with the best proposal being the EU's: a permanent international court.

11:00, 28th August 2018
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Can Foreign Investors Sue The UK For Billions Over Brexit?

The UK has signed a number of treaties with other countries that it to protect the interests of foreign investors by keeping its legal framework stable. The potential upheaval that might come after Brexit might see the UK breach these obligations. Investors may thus be able to sue.

11:00, 3rd July 2018
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Enhancing Privacy and Data Protection: The GDPR and the Road Ahead

The previous legislation responsible for governing data protection had problems. It is therefore welcome that the GDPR enhances the protection over individuals’ privacy rights: it is a significant step in the right direction, filling in gaps previously left to the courts to cover.

11:00, 5th June 2018
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A Dose of Privacy? The Impact of GDPR on the NHS

The recent implementation of the GDPR has far reaching implications for many types of industries. The NHS, in particular, must ensure that it complies with the regulations, particularly in light of its status as one of the largest employers in the world and the nature of the data it holds.

11:10, 29th May 2018
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Event Report: Capturing European Views on the Progress of Brexit Negotiations

The future for the EU and the UK's relationship remains unclear. Brexit negotiations have stalled, while the British government, public and press are split. Rarely heard, though, are views on Brexit from those on the Continent. To overcome that, a German lawyer gives his take on where things stand.

18:00, 27th May 2018
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An Introduction to the GDPR and its Impact on Competition Law

The General Data Protection Regulation introduces a new regime that seeks to modernise data protection law by imposing new obligations upon organisations. It seems likely to have positive impact on competition law, so long as clear lines can be drawn delineating when each body of law applies.

11:00, 25th May 2018
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A Christian Marginalisation Narrative? Religious Symbols in the Workplace

Several decisions concerning attempts by Christian employees to manifest their religion at work have prompted concerns of a 'Christian marginalisation narrative' in discrimination law. However, such concerns are unfounded: they stem from attaching undue significance to isolated cases.

12:00, 23rd March 2018
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Fixed-Term Contracts in Football: Foul Play or Fair Game?

The idea of footballers being signed on short-term contracts has been a widely accepted part of the sport. However, in a recent German case, a player challenged the legality of these contracts; if he had been successful, this could have had a revolutionary effect on the beautiful game.

12:00, 9th February 2018
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The Death of Copyright Law's Idea/Expression Dichotomy

For copyright law, a between ideas and expressions has long been considered to have foundational status. However, a number of recent judgments from both the English and EU courts have cast doubt on the extent to which that fundamental dichotomy really is applicable today.

12:00, 2nd February 2018
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Should Obesity be Protected as a Disability?

Discrimination law's current definition of what constitutes a disability excludes obese individuals from protection, save where their weight causes them related medical impairments. However, this overlooks that such individuals often suffer social stigmatisation that can also trigger discrimination.

12:00, 30th January 2018
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