The lives of the European citizens are being increasingly more influenced by the decisions made by the European institutions within the framework of the various founding treaties. These decisions are adopted using the secondary legislation, formed of regulations with direct application and directives that must be transposed by the Member States.
At our firm we offer advice on the interpretation and implementation of the European laws, and on European policies. We can also defend the interests of our clients before the EU institutions, including the European courts.
- The European Council and the European Parliament.
- The European Commission.
- The Court of Justice of the European Union.
- The Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights.
- Single European market: free flow of people, goods and services.
- Agricultural and fisheries policies.
- European policies on environment and energy.
- European policies on research and science.
- European policies on regional development: ERDF.
Implementation of European regulations
- Autonomous regulations, Commission framework.
- Directives: their transposition and cases of direct implementation.
- Decisions, Declarations, Resolutions and Recommendations.
- Rulings, Reports, joint-action Programmes.
- Conventions and agreements between the EU and third countries.
- General principles of Community Law.
- The case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union.