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The Judgment of the German Constitutional Court of 5th May: Manna From Heaven for Eurosceptics or a Mere Storm in a Teacup, Part I

On 5th May a storm broke out in European legal and political circles:Germany’s most senior judges had dared to overrule a Judgement of the EuropeanCourt

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The Judgment of the German Constitutional Court of 5th May: Manna From Heaven for Eurosceptics or a Mere Storm in a Teacup, Part II

Prior to commenting on theRuling of the EUCJ of 11 December 2018 and the reaction of the BvfG whichfollowed on 5th May 2020, it is appropriate to discuss the basis of theirmutual relationship and the roles the two play in

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German Court’s May 5th Judgment: Boon or Bust for Eurosceptics?

On 5th May 2020, the Second Senate of the BvfG returned its verdict and granted the constitutional complaints of the claimants against the PSPP (C 2BvR 859/15, 2BvR 980/16, 2BvR2006/15, 2BvR 1651/15) in a 100-page, painstakingly detailed judgement

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Halliburton Company -v- Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd: Implications for Arbitral Bias, Part I

The unanimous judgement of the UK Supreme Court in Halliburton Company -v- Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd (2020) UKSC 48 has attracted overwhelming attention in international arbitration circles and far beyond, since its publication on 27th November 2020.

The case clarifies

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Hallburton Company -v- Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd: Implications for Arbitral Bias, Part II

The unanimous judgement of the UK Supreme Court in Halliburton Company -v- Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd (2020) UKSC 48 has attracted overwhelming attention in international arbitration circles and far beyond, since its publication on 27th November 2020.

The case clarifies

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