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EU–Russian Relations and the Ukraine Crisis

December 9, 2016

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russia-ukraine-istock-477701615Trump forsaking NATO would be a win for Putin, but it might also be a win for Eurasia too. Nicholas Ross Smith examines the contemporary Ukrainian crisis and its historical roots.

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EU law-making in the shadow of the CJEU case law: looking at the “trilogue” black box

December 7, 2016

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istock-506815322-europe-flag-picDr Albert Sanchez-Graells explores the influence of CJEU case law in EU law-making.

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Public Procurement as a Multidisciplinary Field: in Practice and in Theory

November 30, 2016

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istock-601035416-papersGrith Skovgaard Ølykke takes a critical look at the reform of the EU public procurement rules. […]

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Reforming public administration in Europe requires a good grasp of nuances

August 25, 2016

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lights-cityscapeToo different? Europe’s bureaucracies defy uniform approaches to reform, writes Gerhard Hammerschmid.

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European Patent Litigation in the Shadow of the Unified Patent Court

August 11, 2016

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judge_EUstarsA New Beginning for the European Patent System

By Luke McDonagh.

Until recently, only scant data were publicly available on the subject of patent litigation in EU member states, and as a result it was difficult to accurately examine how prevalent patent litigation was from state to state, how costly it was and how significant the divergences were between the various systems. However, in recent years a number of major studies – based on analysis of carefully gathered empirical patent case data – have been published. These studies have shed new light on the subject of patent litigation in EU member states, particularly in the major jurisdictions of the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands, where the vast majority of European patent ligation takes place. […]

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