The EFTA Court fulfils the judicial function within the EFTA system, interpreting the Agreement on the European Economic Area with regard to the EFTA States party to the Agreement. At present those EFTA States are Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway ...

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Judgment in Case E-28/13 - LBI hf. v Merrill Lynch Int Ltd.

2014

Judgment in English and Icelandic in Case E-28/13 - LBI hf. v Merrill Lynch Int Ltd., delivered in open Court on 17 October 2014.

Joint seminar of the Norwegian Supreme Court and the EFTA Court on the preliminary reference procedure in Oslo

2014

On 7 and 8 October 2014, the judges and legal secretaries of the EFTA Court participated in a seminar hosted by the Chief Justice of Norway, Tore Schei, on the issue ”to refer or not to refer”. Speakers from the EFTA Court were President Carl Baudenbacher, Judge Páll Hreinsson, and Judge Per Christiansen. Speakers from the Supreme Court of Norway were Justice Jens Edvin A. Skoghøy, Justice Henrik Bull and Justice Arnfinn Bårdsen. It was not only discussed when a reference to the EFTA Court has to be made, but also how it should be made.

Judgment in Case E-21/13 - The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) v EFTA Surveillance Authority

2014

Judgment in Case E-21/13 - The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) v EFTA Surveillance Authority, delivered in open Court on 3 October 2014.

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