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Banking union under fire
Prague Post

Banking union under fire

Berlin professor files complaints in constitutional court over ECB's authority A group of prominent academics in Germany have filed a complaint to the Federal Constitutional Court, which argues that the European banking union process is in breach ... Prague Post, 1 month ago
German lawsuit challenges banking union (AFP) West Australian, 1 month ago

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Times of Malta

Edeka goes to Court

014 The German Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt, BKartA) has issued a decision stating that attempts by Germany's largest supermarket, EDEKA, to force suppliers to grant it so called wedding rebates, in the form of additional payments and ...
 Fresh Plaza2 weeks ago Germany: reluctant leader  Times of Malta1 week ago German Constitutional Court won't release intelligence files on Eichmann  Romano Vodi1 month ago Court rejects Eichmann files bid  Irish Independent1 month ago

Yahoo Complains About Unconstitutional Copyright Law

[ Search ] Yahoo has complained to Germany's Federal Constitutional Court about a copyright law, which it says is unconstitutional. The law in question seeks to protect copyright of publishers, and is said to amount to a tax on search engines. ...
 WebProNews1 month ago German copyright law is unconstitutional, Yahoo says in complaint  CIO Magazine1 month ago
Irish Times

German opposition threaten action over Snowden asylum

Opposition parties in Berlin have threatened to ask the constitutional court to overturn the German government's refusal to grant Edward Snowden asylum to testify before a Bundestag inquiry. A year after the NSA whistleblower sought asylum in ...
 Irish Times1 month ago Morlok: Information rights conflict with foreign policy considerations  Deutsche Welle1 month ago

Federal judges 'gone wild' in Virginia marriage case

Text smaller Text bigger A federal appeals court is refusing to stay it's rejection of Virginia's constitutional amendment defining marriage as one man and one woman, meaning same-sex marriage will take place and be recognized in the ...
 WorldNetDaily2 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

A new age for German troops? From aid deliveries to combat missions

The redevelopment of German troops after the end of the Nazi regime began in 1955/56, after the federal republic joined NATO. At the time, the return to arms was heavily controversial. 1955-1989: The German army as a support crew and a self ...
 Deutsche Welle1 week ago

Germany's president: Preaching a new German gospel

The pastor and a pastor's daughter FROM the Vosges mountains to the Flemish plain, Joachim Gauck, Germany's president, visited the killing fields of the first world war this week for the centenary commemorations. As is his wont, he teared up ...
 ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago Delegation of German Judges call on Vice President Ansari  NetIndia123.com3 weeks ago

Yahoo takes copyright law to top German court

BERLIN -- Yahoo says it has filed a complaint to Germany's highest court against a year-old law that broadened copyright protection for news material used on the Internet. The law aims to protect the copyright of news articles and other material on ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago Yahoo complains to highest German court over law broadening Internet copyright protection  Canadian Business Magazine1 month ago European Court of Justice bans German language requirement for Turkish spouse visas  EurActiv.com1 month ago

Volokh Conspiracy: A surprising part of federal law enforcement training

Maybe some of our readers already knew this, but I did not : [A]ll FBI academy trainees learn about the rise of Nazi Germany and the transformation of law enforcement into a tool of oppression. We send every one of our agents to the Holocaust ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

Court rules German President can call neo-Nazis ‘loonies’

Joachim Gauck Germany’s President Joachim Gauck has the right to call members of a neo-Nazi party “loonies”, the country’s top court ruled on Tuesday. The Federal Constitutional Court dismissed a complaint by the far-right, anti-immigrant National ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Court rules German Prez can call neo-Nazis ‘loonies’  Asian Age2 months ago
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