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Chamber of Advocates To Commemorate World Consumer Day 4th Edition of Annual Conference To Discuss Consumer Law and Policy

image002The Volkswagen emissions scandal, new rules governing the Insolvency Fund for travel operators, recent important ECJ consumer-related judgements and the first year in operation of the Arbiter for Financial Services will be the main topics at the forthcoming 4th edition of the Annual Consumer Law & Policy Conference on the 15th of March 2017. Continue reading

“We are not very sure what exactly Trump’s foreign policy” “agenda is”



The election of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States will undoubtedly effect the country’s relations with the EU. Not only could it have an impact on the ongoing negotiations for free-trade agreement TTIP, there could also be repercussions for the other pillar of Euro-American cooperation, Nato. Continue reading