Articles about European Court of Justice

#NewsBytesExplainer: All you need to know about Kolpak rule

22 Apr 2020

Sports
#NewsBytesExplainer: All you need to know about Kolpak rule

In a recent interview, the newly appointed director of Cricket South Africa Graeme Smith welcomed any former Kolpak player who wishes to rejoin the Proteas camp.

Google wins landmark 'right to be forgotten' case: Details here

26 Sep 2019

Technology
Google wins landmark 'right to be forgotten' case: Details here

The European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court of the bloc, has ruled that Google is not obliged to apply the 'right to be forgotten' across the globe.

#Breaking: London court orders Vijay Mallya's extradition to India

10 Dec 2018

World
#Breaking: London court orders Vijay Mallya's extradition to India

In a big blow to beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya, the London Westminster Magistrates' Court ordered his extradition to India.

UK-court's verdict on Mallya's extradition today: All you should know

10 Dec 2018

India
UK-court's verdict on Mallya's extradition today: All you should know

Westminster Magistrates' Court in London will deliver its judgment on extradition of embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya on Monday and a CBI team has left from India for the same.

London court extends Mallya's bail, seeks video of Indian prison

31 Jul 2018

World
London court extends Mallya's bail, seeks video of Indian prison

A London court hearing the extradition case of Vijay Mallya has asked India to provide videos of Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail, after he argued that his human rights would be violated in prison.

KitKat loses 16-year-old case to trademark its 4-fingered wafer bar

25 Jul 2018

Business
KitKat loses 16-year-old case to trademark its 4-fingered wafer bar

After a decade-long battle to trademark its four-finger wafer shape, KitKat-maker Nestle has been asked to take a break by the European Court of Justice.

Google loses landmark case over the right to be forgotten

15 Apr 2018

Business
Google loses landmark case over the right to be forgotten

A businessman in the United Kingdom wanting to remove search results about his past conviction won a 'right to be forgotten' case against Google on Friday.

Google received 2.4mn "Right to be Forgotten" requests since 2014

01 Mar 2018

Technology
Google received 2.4mn "Right to be Forgotten" requests since 2014

According to Google's latest transparency report, the tech giant has received 2.4 million "Right to be Forgotten" requests since 2014, when the law regarding the same was first passed.

European court declares Uber a 'transport-service'. What does this mean?

20 Dec 2017

Business
European court declares Uber a 'transport-service'. What does this mean?

In a judgment that could have far-reaching consequences, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that Uber should be classified as a transport service and regulated like other cab services.

European Court judgement to be cited against Aadhaar

17 Dec 2017

India
European Court judgement to be cited against Aadhaar

Lawyers for the petitioners who have challenged Aadhaar are likely to cite a landmark judgement of the European Court to the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court who are examining the constitutionality of Aadhaar.

Brexit: EU-states agree to move talks to second phase

16 Dec 2017

World
Brexit: EU-states agree to move talks to second phase

After arriving at a breakthrough Brexit deal recently, EU leaders who met in Brussels have agreed to move the talks on to the second phase.

European migrant crisis: EU court rejects challenge from Hungary, Solvakia

07 Sep 2017

World
European migrant crisis: EU court rejects challenge from Hungary, Solvakia

A European Court has rejected challenges from Hungary and Slovakia against an EU migrant relocation deal.

European Court allows employers to ban headscarves

14 Mar 2017

World
European Court allows employers to ban headscarves

In a landmark-ruling overseeing 2 cases of alleged employee discrimination, the European Court of Justice has ruled that companies are allowed to have rules prohibiting the display of religious symbols.