NEWSLETTERE2 .pdf


Nom original: NEWSLETTERE2.pdf

Ce document au format PDF 1.7 a été généré par Microsoft® Word 2016, et a été envoyé sur fichier-pdf.fr le 11/10/2019 à 11:18, depuis l'adresse IP 92.91.x.x. La présente page de téléchargement du fichier a été vue 206 fois.
Taille du document: 224 Ko (1 page).
Confidentialité: fichier public


Aperçu du document


University of Toulouse 1 Capitole :

NEWSLETTER :
INTERNATIONAL LAW
Edition N°2, October 10th, 2019

« The United States
retaliation towards
Airbus »
« All of those countries were ripping off the
United States for many years. They know I’m
wise to it. We’ve had a lot of wins. This was a
7$ billion win. Not bad ». Those are the words
of Mr Trump at a news conference, on the 2nd
October.
We all know that Airbus is the principal
competitor of Boeing, Airbus vs Boeing, a
fifteen year conflict. Today, it’s seems more like
a conflict between Mr Trump and The European
Union. In question, the illegal subsidies that the
European Union, especially France, Germany,
Spain and United Kingdom, provided to Airbus.
In response to that, for the first time in history,
since the creation of the World Trade
Organization in 1995, the Organization allows
Washington to tax 7.5$ billion on the European
importation. It was the largest-ever authorized
retaliation, adding another conflict between the
United States and the European Union.
Thereby, the tax will be imposed from the 18th
October, 10% on the imported planes from the
European Union and 25% on the other products
such as French and Spanish wine, Spanish
olive oil, coffee, cheese from all Europe etc. It’s
important to note that it does not include the
leather products which protect the luxury
leather goods such as Louis Vuitton.
But, this is not a win for Boeing or the United
States, because the European Union accuses
also the United States of providing illegal
subsidies to Boeing. In this case the World
Trade Organization has already condemned
Washington, and had to decide in six months
the amount of penalties the European Union
would be able to impose to the United States.
Auteur : Nabilah ADAM
Master 2 Juriste International
Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/nabilahadam-492a4a135

:

CJUE case of the 1th
October 2019
This case was raised by a dispute between
German Federal Consumers Unions and a
company offering online gaming services. Thus,
the German Federal Court referred several
questions to the European Court of Justice
concerning the consent of the internet user to
cookies. Cookies are small files tracing
connections on websites, which must comply
with precise legal rules.

Mandatory arbitration clauses are very common
in the US for employment contracts, due to the
reluctance from arbitrators to award amounts of
damages comparable to those granted by juries
in similar cases at court. The secrecy
surrounding arbitration procedures also
prevents damage from being caused to the
companies' image in sexual harassment and
discrimination claims. Mandatory arbitration
clauses had become more common since the
Supreme Court case Circuit City Stores Inc. V.
Adams 2001: the Federal Arbitration Act
granted businesses access to arbitration, but
excluded categories of employment contracts.
This exclusion had been narrowly interpreted by
the Supreme court as limited only to
transportation contracts..

The cookies raise more and more difficulties
with the application of the General Data
Protection Regulation (GDPR). Firstly, the
Court ruled that pre-ticked boxes are not valid. Auteur : Lise BORDA
The users should not have to unmark a box Master 2 Juriste International
checked by default in order to withhold their Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/lise-borda
consent.
Moreover, the Court also stated that the service
provider must specify (to the user) the length of
time the data is to be stored and/ or processed.
He also needs to indicate if a third party can
have access to the cookies.

Auteur : Lara PIERRE-FRANCOIS
Master 2 Juriste International
Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/lara-pierrefran%C3%A7ois-54ab1517a

The United States may
pass a law prohibiting
mandatory arbitration.
.

On the 20th of September, the United States'
House of representatives voted in favor of the
Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act,
that could grant millions of Americans access to
court in employment and consumer contracts
providing for mandatory arbitration. The bill
still has not passed senate, however, it is
considered a major milestone, since Congress
has been trying to pass such a law for years. The
Act would prohibit mandatory arbitration
clauses in employment and consumer
contracts, as well as invalidate such clauses that
have already been signed, for disputes arising
after the enforcement of the new law.

The California
Consumer Privacy Act,
little sister of the GDPR
Two years after the signing of the European
General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) in
Europe, California decided to offer a similar
protection to all its residents. The bill will go into
effect on January 1, 2020 and tends to enhance
privacy rights and consumer protection.
Californian residents will have the right to know
what personal data is being collected and if it is
sold or disclosed and to whom. They will also
be allowed to say no to such a sale and to
request any personal information about them be
deleted.
This Act concerned every company which does
business in California and satisfies one of the
following criteria: having an annual gross
revenue over $25 million; possessing the
personal information of 50,000 or more
consumers, households or devices; or earning
more than half of its annual revenue from the
sell of consumers’ personal information. Thus,
the Act will have a huge impact on compliance
in the United States.
Auteur : Emma VIVES
Master 2 Juriste International
Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/emma-vives054b8a146

For more information please contact us :

Virginie Westrelin
Virginie.westrelin@ut-capitole.fr
Rédactrice en Chef
Master 2 Juriste International

Emma Vives
Emma.vives@ut-capitole.fr
Rédactrice en Chef
Master 2 Juriste International


Aperçu du document NEWSLETTERE2.pdf - page 1/1


Télécharger le fichier (PDF)

NEWSLETTERE2.pdf (PDF, 224 Ko)

Télécharger
Formats alternatifs: ZIP







Documents similaires


newslettere2
jep 2e22 2e1 2e25
pdf camille
rulemaking docs international united states bilateral agreements signed mag change 1
2019 11 15   belfast brexit
cinquieme seance une ouverture europeenne soil related activities at jrc

Sur le même sujet..