Archive for the “Europe” category

Developments in legal information

By Nick Holmes on January 4, 2007

First published January 2007 in the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers. Here are some of the key developments in the field of (free) legal information provision in 2006 and some predictions for 2007. The Statute Law Database After a 10-year wait, (…)

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A case of euro-legal technobable

By Nick Holmes on May 5, 2005

I can’t help but think that Caselex, a project supported by the European Commission and scheduled for 2006, is crying out for translators and editors: “Caselex will serve as a European case law backbone accessing and converting the comprehensive base (…)

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Europa’s Dialogue with Citizens

By Nick Holmes on September 14, 2004

Europa has launched a new portal providing detailed practical information on rights and opportunities in the EU and its internal market and advice on how to exercise these rights in practice. Sections include: General EU-wide guides. Giving a general overview (…)

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European Union: Eversheds guide on enlargement

By Nick Holmes on June 2, 2004

The 10 new Member States of the EU have had to implement radical reforms to their laws, administrations and judiciaries to show that they can apply the European Union rule book. Throughout this period inward investment, largely by multinationals, has (…)

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European Union: UK Office of the European Parliament election website

By Nick Holmes on May 17, 2004

The European Parliament’s office in the UK exists to provide information to the public, the media, government, regional agencies and the business community about the role and activities of the Parliament itself and the European Union more generally. It arranges (…)

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European Union: Euro-Archives

By Nick Holmes on May 17, 2004

Since it was decided to launch a single currency in Europe, numerous internet sites dealing with the euro have been set up by individuals, institutions, companies, etc. In order to keep this internet memory of the euro alive, the Directorate (…)

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Civil Procedure: European co-operation

By Nick Holmes on May 17, 2004

The European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters contains a large quantity of information about the Member States, Community law, European law and various aspects of civil and commercial law. The European Judicial Atlas in Civil Matters provides access (…)

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