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  • European Community Law and VAT on Energy Bills

    The European Community Law is in use to provide a better quality of life for the EU citizens and increase international cooperation and enforce Treaty specifics. However, the VAT rates may be affected if the United Kingdom remains in the EU, and this could affect energy bills in the negative until a resolution to these matters has been reached.

  • Temporary Agency Workers Directive in European Community Law

    Through various directives in the European Community Laws, it is possible for various projects, programs and work schedules to be created such as the Temporary Agency Workers Directive. This provides those that are seeking temporary work only the ability to acquire it and still ensure that the company productivity and efficiency is not harmed by these workers.

  • Free Movement of Labour in the European Community Law Explained Further

    Persons employed through the European Union are often permitted the ability to travel between different countries in the EU with freedom and in obtaining work. Through the European Community Law, there are various directives and legal opportunities to remain within an approved country and find work or greater benefits.

  • European Community Law and the Working Time Directive Explained

    Work hours have become an issue with injury, death and efficiency hampered with employees that are too fatigued to complete tasks. Through the European Community Laws these issues have been greatly reduced in conjunction with the Working Time Directive that permits certain hours allocated each day to work and rest and similar time for week and month shifts.

  • Sources and Scope of European Community Law

    The sources of the European Community Law are varied, and each has researched the implications that these changes will affect in the countries and communities. With the scope better understood through studies and research, it is possible to implement the alterations to regulations successfully and provide the people of the EU with confidence.

  • European Community Law: Working Time Directive

    For European citizens in the Union, it is important that work hours are directed and supervised for health and safety. When individuals work over so many hours a week, not only efficiency drops, but the safety and health often declines rapidly the more hours are completed, and these concerns are addressed by the European Community Laws.

  • European Community Law: Free Movement of Labour

    The free movement of labour affects the fundamental principles of workers to find and retain labor within the European communities as explained by law. This exists through the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union through a secondary legislation and runs through Case law with the Court of Justice for EU citizens.

  • International Criminal Court and the Policy Paper on Case Selection and Prioritization

    The International Criminal Court is tied to the policy paper with consideration to prosecutorial discretion in both selection and prioritization with prosecution and investigations. This means there are certain processes the ICC must follow in regards to choosing incidents, those involved in investigations and certain situations where prosecution occurs.

  • The Malta Declaration and the Italy-Libya Memo

    The Malta Declaration has been issued in response to the massive migration of third-country citizens. With the assistance of Libya and other EU countries, the migration issue with foreign nationals may be met so that management of the increased flow of persons may be accomplished appropriately.

  • The Magna Brexit? Potential Implications on Trade & Export Compliance

    The United Kingdom’s (“UK”) 40-year relationship with the European Union (“EU”) is ending due to the historic British vote to leave the EU on June 23, 2016. Given the UK’s decision to leave, any company doing business in the UK or with the UK must monitor potential trade issues that will arise as a result of Britain’s exit, now commonly referred to as Brexit. This article briefly outlines the Brexit’s potential implications on trade.

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