Judgment in Case E-5/16 - Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights – appeal from the municipality of Oslo

2017

Judgment in English and Norwegian in Case E-5/16 - Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights – appeal from the municipality of Oslo, delivered in open Court on 6 April 2017.

Press Release 02/17 - Pre-announcement - Delivery of the Judgment in Case E-5/16 - Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights – appeal from the municipality of Oslo

2017, 2017

English

Judgment in Case E-14/16 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland

2017

Judgment in Case E-14/16 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland, delivered in open Court on 31 March 2017.

Judgment in Case E-13/16 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland

2017

Judgment in Case E-13/16 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland, delivered in open Court on 31 March 2017.

Lunchtime talk with President Francis Delaporte

2017

On 21 March 2017, Francis Delaporte, President of the Administrative Court and Vice-President of the Constitutional Court of Luxembourg, gave a lunchtime talk entitled, “A national perspective on the preliminary reference procedure”. In his absorbing lecture, President Delaporte emphasised the pragmatic approach of the Luxembourg courts with regard to preliminary references to the Court of Justice of the European Union. President Delaporte illustrated this pragmatism by providing the perspectives of a first instance, final instance and constitutional court in an essentially monist jurisdiction.  His talk was followed by an illuminating discussion.

e-EFTACourt - fully operational for pending cases as of 10 March 2017

2017

Dear Sir/Madam,

The Registry of the EFTA Court is pleased to announce that as of 10 March 2017, our electronic case handling system, the e-EFTACourt, is fully operational. This is similar to e-Curia, the one used by the EU courts, and it enables secure exchange of case documents from the EFTA Court to external users, and vice versa, and the aim is to suppress the use of paper and surface mail (as well as e-mail).

The prerequisites for access to e-EFTACourt are an Internet connection and a valid e-mail address. To use e-EFTACourt you must have a user account provided by the EFTA Court. This account will enable you to: 

• lodge and receive procedural documents electronically; 
• consult the history of actions performed; 
• organise personal details (e-mail address, password, …); 
• register one or more assistants.  

The e-EFTACourt is accessible via the Internet at: http://remote.eftacourt.int/e_EFTAcourt

On 9 March 2017 the Decision of the Court on the lodging and service of procedural documents by means of e-EFTACourt was published in the Official Journal (2017/C 73/09). This means that those who have registered and those who will register are able as from 10 March to use e-EFTACourt for pending cases, since the Court from now accepts documents electronically as the original, cfr. RoP Article 32.5 i.f. 

To give you an overview of the e-EFTACourt, please refer to the user manual.

If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact the EFTA Court registry.

Judgment in Case E-10/16 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland

2017

Judgment in Case E-10/16 - EFTA Surveillance Authority v Iceland, delivered in open Court on 1 March 2017.

Spring Conference - 16 June 2017

2017, News

The EFTA Court will hold its annual Spring Conference on 16 June 2017 on the subject of "Thoughts on the future of Europe". 

For the programme of the Spring Conference please click here

Press Release 01/17 - Case E-21/16 - Pascal Nobile v DAS Rechtsschutz-Versicherungs AG

2017, 2017

English
German

Order of the President in Case E-21/16 - Pascal Nobile v DAS Rechtsschutz-Versicherungs AG

2017, 2017

Order of the President in Case E-21/16 -Pascal Nobile v DAS Rechtsschutz-Versicherungs AG, delivered on 20 February 2017.

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