Monatliche Archive: Oktober 2015


EuGH-Urteil vom 15.10.2015 in der Rs. C-137/14 verbessert Umweltrechtsschutz in Deutschland

Ein Beitrag von Univ.-Prof. Dr. Annette Guckelberger und Dr. Frederic Geber*   I. Ausgangssituation Im Vergleich zu anderen Staaten tut sich Deutschland seit jeher schwer mit der Eröffnung von Rechtsschutzmöglichkeiten für Umweltschutzvereinigungen. Denn das deutsche Verwaltungsprozessrecht folgt dem Modell des Individualrechtsschutzes (s. Art. 19 Abs. 4 S. 1 GG). Danach […]


The Transpacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations are finished: The Potential Impact on Progress in TTIP

Analysis of the Situation after the Conclusion of the Negotiations for a TPP Agreement By Leif Johan Eliasson* While many European interest groups and national governments have been obsessing about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) since 2013, the American debate has focused predominantly on the Transpacific Partnership (TPP). […]


Your Facebook Data Just Got a Lot More Secure – Case Analysis C-362/14 Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner

Dissecting the Safe Harbor Decision of the ECJ [Note: For a broader overview on the topic look at our recently published Saar Blueprint by Oskar Josef Gstrein – Regulation of Technology in the European Union and beyond (10/15) which also covers the Schrems Case] Kanad Bagchi[1] “Privacy is not something […]


Regulation of Technology in the EU and beyond – General Data Protection Regulation, Safe Harbor (C-362/14), Data Retention and more

Saar Blueprint features analysis of Safe Harbor Decision „Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner“ (C-362/14) and other recent developments The most recent publication in our Saar Blueprint series has the title „Regulation of Technology in the EU and beyond – The state of play in autumn 2015.“ The analysis features […]