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The EU’s Data Act: Data protection must prevail to empower data subjects

Anti-money laundering experts MONEYVAL publish 2021 report

Business Greenwashing Trap

European Public Prosecutor’s Office investigates €5.4 billion worth of loss to the EU budget in its first 7 months of activity

The dangers of defending women accused of sorcery in Papua New Guinea

UAE: Placement in FATF’s “Grey-list” and UK high risk third countries list

Migrant smuggler’s conviction, based on witness statements not examined at trial, was unfair (ECtHR)

Compulsory Vaccination: A far-reaching encroachment into a Brave New World

European Commission refers United Kingdom to Court of Justice of the European Union over a UK judgment allowing enforcement of an arbitral award granting illegal State aid

Significant numbers of young lawyers want to leave their current job: New report by International Bar Association

Text messages related to Covid-19 vaccines between Commission's president and the CEO of pharmaceutical company must be accessible to the public, says European Ombudsman

Committee of Ministers refers Kavala v. Turkey case to the European Court of Human Rights

European Data Protection Supervisor orders Europol to erase data concerning individuals with no established link to a criminal activity

Two prisoners punished for singing anthems and reading out poems in prison: Violation of the freedom of expression

Gay-marriage-cake case declared inadmissible by ECtHR

Associate Lawyer - Specialized in Regulatory and Governance Matters at EIB

Artificial Intelligence in judicial systems: New action plan on digitalisation for a better justice