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CJEU Denies SPC for Medical Devices Incorporating an Ancillary Active Ingredient

CJEU Denies SPC for Medical Devices Incorporating an Ancillary Active Ingredient
09/01/2019

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently ruled that, unlike medicinal products, medical devices incorporating an ancillary drug substance cannot benefit from supplementary protection certificate (SPC) protection. 

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CJ rules that UK may unilaterally withdraw from Brexit (Wightman and others)

CJ rules that UK may unilaterally withdraw from Brexit (Wightman and others)
02/01/2019

On 10 December 2018, the CJ issued its judgment in case Andy Wightman and others v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (C-621/18). The case deals with the question of whether the UK may unilaterally revoke the notification of intention to withdraw from the EU. 

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Regulation (EU) 2018/302 on geo-blocking now applicable

Regulation (EU) 2018/302 on geo-blocking now applicable
31/12/2018

“Geo-blocking” designates the problem of customers not being able to buy goods and services from traders located in a different European Union (“EU”) Member State for reasons related to their nationality,

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State Aid/WTO CJ rules that exemption from real estate transfer tax in the context of a restructuring within a group is not State aid (A-Braunerei)

State Aid/WTO CJ rules that exemption from real estate transfer tax in the context of a restructuring within a group is not State aid (A-Braunerei)
27/12/2018

On 19 December 2018, the CJ issued its judgment in case Finanzamt B v A-Braueri (C-374/17). The case deals with a request made by A-Brauerei concerning the refusal of German tax authorities to grant A-Brauerei the exemption from the real property transfer tax which may, under certain conditions

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CJEU Denies SPC for Medical Devices Incorporating an Ancillary Active Ingredient

CJEU Denies SPC for Medical Devices Incorporating an Ancillary Active Ingredient
24/12/2018

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently ruled that, unlike medicinal products, medical devices incorporating an ancillary drug substance cannot benefit from supplementary protection certificate (SPC) protection. 

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Luxembourg tax update: tax policy of the new government and update on ATAD implementation

Luxembourg tax update: tax policy of the new government and update on ATAD implementation
24/12/2018

On 5 December 2018, the new Luxembourg government was installed. Its policy program for the coming years includes, on the tax side, a further decrease of the Luxembourg corporate tax rate with one percentage point.

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Brexit: the UK may unilaterally back out

Brexit: the UK may unilaterally back out
12/12/2018

In today’s judgment (07.12), the Court of Justice of the European Union, sitting in full court, has followed the opinion of its Advocate General by recognising the UK’s right to revoke its intention to leave the European Union.

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New tax measures revealed in the coalition agreement published by the future government – ATAD Bill amendments

New tax measures revealed in the coalition agreement published by the future government – ATAD Bill amendments
07/12/2018

Further to the elections for Parliament held in October this year, the former ruling coalition between the liberal, ecological and socialist parties emerged victorious and the Prime Minister was appointed by the Grand Duke to form a new government.

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Preliminary opinion of EU Court of Justice suggests that United Kingdom could still avoid Brexit

Preliminary opinion of EU Court of Justice suggests that United Kingdom could still avoid Brexit
07/12/2018

On 4 December, EU Court of Justice Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona concluded that the United Kingdom may unilaterally withdraw its intention to leave the European Union before 29 March 2019 and therefore remain in the EU.

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New tax measures revealed in the coalition agreement published by the future government – ATAD Bill amendments

New tax measures revealed in the coalition agreement published by the future government – ATAD Bill amendments
07/12/2018

Further to the elections for Parliament held in October this year, the former ruling coalition between the liberal, ecological and socialist parties emerged victorious and the Prime Minister was appointed by the Grand Duke to form a new government.

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