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SQ Law awarded as Client Care Law Firm of the […]

SQ Law awarded as Client Care Law Firm of the Year

SQ Law is walking to raise funds for the London […]

SQ Law is now fundraising for London Legal Support Trust

Belgium issues new law on anti-money laundering transposing the fourth […]

Belgium issues new law on anti-money laundering

Brussels’s ECJ (European Court of Justice) is set to take […]

European Union started court action against Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic over migrant quotas

Brussels, November 2017. Commission sets out EU’s economic and social […]

European Semester Autumn Package: Striving for sustainable and inclusive growth.

Today President Juncker met Ms Doris Leuthard, President of the […]

EU-Switzerland relations: President Juncker in Bern to continue good cooperation.

Today European Commission Vice-President Ansip, in charge of the Digital […]

European innovation in focus: Vice-President Ansip visits world-leading research hub in Leuven

The Department for Exiting the European Union has found itself […]

Brexit impact report: MPs’ point of view

Current events unfolding in Catalonia have important implications for the […]

Catalonia: Implications for EU policy towards the Kurds

With the international community seemingly bouncing from crisis-to-crisis there is […]

The Long Bahrain-Qatar Crisis

The election of the French centrist leader, Emmanuel Macron, to […]

Macron’s France and the Future of Franco-GCC Relations

The Italian art market is characterized by a regulatory system […]

International circulation of artworks: Italy

China’s $3tn Belt and Road initiative to bridge the infrastructure […]

Belt and Road: China’s global expansion

By the Order no. 24/2017, the Italian Constitutional Court has […]

The global fight against Impunity and the ECJ

Belgian employment policy is based on consultation between the social […]

Belgian Employment Legislation: the social partners

The CJEU’s judgment in Banco Santander (C-598/15) that came out […]

Recent developments in European Consumer Law. The ‘proceduralization’ of Directive 93/13 and its limits

The final countdown to the announcement of the long awaited […]

A way out for the ECJ in Taricco II

The next few months will determine the future of Alitalia […]

Alitalia to face uncertain future in the next future