Latest blog articles in the blog group Law

  • Law blog by igir photographer paparazzo

    Paparazzo photos: copyright protected works or an intrusion into the celebrity’s private life?

    22 June 2020
    IGIR in Law
    To get photos of celebrities, paparazzi photographers wait for their targets to end up in the frame. They believe that the minute they released the shutter, the pictures are copyright protected. They don’t know that they might (un)knowingly or (un)intentionally breach someone’s right to privacy.
  • Brexit blog NL 2019 - welke opties zijn er - Aalt Willem Heringa

    Analysis: “Brexit, CSDP and the Arbitration Clause”

    19 June 2020
    Sometimes cases come along in which several unusual suspects come together. JF v EUCAP Somalia (T-194/20), for which the notification was published last Monday in the Official Journal, is one of them. In this case, a British national’s contract with the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) mission, EUCAP Somalia, was terminated in January 2020 by the Head of Mission citing the UK’s imminent withdrawal from the EU. JF, the British national, challenges that decision arguing that, at least during the transition period, he should be treated like all other...
  • Simone Veil - a most remarkable woman

    Simone Veil, née Jacob; a most remarkable woman

    15 June 2020
    Simone Veil passed away on 30 June 2017, just two weeks shy of her 90 th birthday. The fact that her funeral was a national ceremony at the Hȏtel des Invalides, and that her remains have been interred in the Panthéon - as one of the four women who have been bestowed with this honour because of their merits - is an indication of her importance for France, but also for Europe.
  • law_blog_by_jennifer_sellin_-_corona_medicine_human_rights_for_all

    COVID-19 Technology Access Pool (C-TAP): a promising human rights approach

    15 June 2020
    How do we guarantee access to COVID-19 vaccines and therapies, and secure health-related human rights for all? We’ve heard a string of promises in the race for new vaccines and therapies.
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