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Press Release 04/17 - Judicial Summit of the EFTA Pillar

2017, 2017

From 2 to 4 May 2017, the Supreme Courts of Iceland and of Norway in corpore and Judges from the three highest courts of Liechtenstein – State Court, Supreme Court and Administrative Court – will pay an official visit to the Court. The respective groups will be headed by President Thorgeir Örlygsson from the Supreme Court of Iceland, President Hubertus Schumacher from the Supreme Court of Liechtenstein and Chief Justice Toril Marie Øie from the Supreme Court of Norway. On 4 May 2017, the group will be joined by the Judges from the three EEA/EFTA States of the European Court of Human Rights. The Judges will discuss matters of common interest with a special focus on the two most important principles of EEA law: homogeneity and reciprocity. They will also deal with possible consequences of Brexit for the EEA and with the British criticism levied at the European Court of Human Rights. The visitors will moreover attend oral hearings at the Court and at the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Press Release 03/17 - Case E-5/16 - Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights – appeal from the municipality of Oslo

2017, 2017

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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.

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May 2017

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May 2017

  1. 3rd
    Case E-16/16 - Fosen-Linjen AS v AtB AS

    The Oral Hearing in Case E-16/16 is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, 3 May 2017 at 10:00. The hearing will take place at the Abbaye Neumünster, 28 Rue Münster, L-2160 Luxembourg.