Judgment in Joined Cases E-2/17 and E-3/17 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland

2017

Judgment in Joined Cases E-2/17 and E-3/17 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland, delivered in open Court on 14 November 2017.

Judgment in Case E-16/16 - Fosen-Linjen AS v AtB AS

2017

Judgment in English and Norwegian in Case E-16/16 - Fosen-Linjen AS v AtB AS, delivered in open Court on 31 October 2017.

Judgment in Case E-21/16 - Pascal Nobile v DAS Rechtsschutz-Versicherungs AG

2017

Judgment in English and German in Case E-21/16 - Pascal Nobile v DAS Rechtsschutz-Versicherungs AG, delivered in open Court on 27 October 2017.

Order of the Court in Case E-7/12 COSTS - DB Schenker v EFTA Surveillance Authority

2017

Order of the Court in Case E-7/12 COSTS - DB Schenker v EFTA Surveillance Authority, delivered on 11 October 2017.

Order of the Court in Case E-14/11 COSTS - DB Schenker v EFTA Surveillance Authority

2017

Order of the Court in Case E-14/11 COSTS - DB Schenker v EFTA Surveillance Authority, delivered on 11 October 2017.

Visit of Sir Keir Starmer QC MP

2017

On Friday 22nd September 2017, Sir Keir Starmer QC MP, the United Kingdom’s Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, paid a visit to the Court. Sir Keir was welcomed to the Court by President Carl Baudenbacher. Sir Keir and his staff subsequently took part in discussions with President Baudenbacher, Judge Per Christiansen, Judge Páll Hreinsson, and Registrar Gunnar Selvik.

Lunchtime talk with Judge François Paychère

2017

On 20 September 2017, Dr. François Paychère, Judge at the Court of Auditors, Geneva, gave a lunchtime talk entitled, “Is there still a judge in the courtroom (or when artificial intelligence meets the judge)?” In his insightful and thought-provoking exposé, based in part on his experiences at the Council of Europe where he was the president of the working-group on the quality of justice, Judge Paychère discussed the relationship between digitalization and the justice system. Judge Paychère emphasised the ability of modern technology to store and interpret ever-greater caches of legal, personal and factual data, which may lead eventually to “predictive justice”. However, he stressed that this may lead to a paradigm shift both in terms of access to, and the role of, justice, requiring further consideration as to the role of the state and private enterprise in this emerging field. His talk was followed by an enthusiastic discussion.    

Press Release 09/17 - Case E-15/16 - Yara International ASA v the Norwegian Government, represented by the Ministry of Finance

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