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European Commission report tracks progress in enforcing fundamental rights in the EU
The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights has now been legally binding for over a year – primarily on the EU institutions (European Parliament, Council and the European Commission) when preparing new European laws, but also on national authorities if they are implementing EU law. As part of its efforts to make fundamental rights a reality for citizens in the EU, the European Commission is reporting for the first time on how the Charter is being applied.
Award of action grants for projects within the frame of specific programme Criminal Justice (call for proposals 2010)
Enhanced e-judicial sales service in Malta
The Maltese e-judicial sales service has been enhanced by the addition of site plans linked to a property that is to be sold by judicial sale.
The Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) publishes a report on access to justice in Europe
On 22 March, the Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) published a report on access to justice in Europe: an overview of challenges and opportunities. The report was launched in Budapest at the conference ‘Protecting victims in the EU: the road ahead’, hosted by the Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU, with the support of the FRA.
Le Procès : journée de formation organisée le vendredi 18 mars 2011
"L'avocat et la pratique du droit pénal européen au quotidien devant les juridictions nationales". Formation pour les avocats pénalistes.
New Court Information System in Estonia
The Centre for Registers and Information Systems has signed a contract according to which the development of a new version of the court information system in cooperation with the Supreme Court will be commenced.
Visual Business Register displays commercial networks in Estonia
Estonia's e-Business Register now offers a new and convenient tool for getting a graphical overview of the connections between legal persons registered in the Business Register and natural persons. The Visualized Business Register enables the possibility to make inquiries concerning persons related to companies and the results are displayed as a graphical drawing.
Practitioners give advice to European citizens: New 'Citizens' guide to cross-border civil litigation in the European Union' published on the EJN website
A 'Citizens' guide to cross-border civil litigation in the European Union' has been published on the EJN website.
The European Commission invites companies to participate in the consultation about European Contract Law.
The European Business Test Panel (EBTP) is currently being consulted on how a European Contract Law can boost their cross-border activities within the Single Market. Any individual company can join the EBTP and submit its reply, which should not take longer than 15 minutes.
Romania adopts the "Small Reform Law"
Romania has adopted the Law for Accelerating Judicial Proceedings ("The Small Reform Law")