European Commission proposals for private anti-trust claims will expose Europe to the excesses of the US litigation culture, believes Malcolm Carlisle, Group Managing Director of Eschmann Holdings and Chairman of the European Justice Forum.
Club of Madrid member Mary Robinson believes that international law has been one of the casualties of the terrorist attacks on New York, Madrid and London.

How can we be strong in confronting and bringing to justice those who carry out terrorist acts while holding to our core values, including our commitment to respecting the rule of law and defending fundamental human rights?

Manuel Olivencia, who has played a pivotal role in the development of Corporate Governance in Spain, believes recent reforms will hinder and not help the better functioning of companies.
IBA President Francis Neate believes that the erosion of access to justice and civil rights is an urgent issue for the business and legal community.
Nielson Sánchez Stewart, Dean of the Málaga Bar Association, believes that events in Málaga, including the current high profile corruption investigation, show a serious failure in Spain’s political and administrative system.
Sunday, 30 April 2006 21:00

The view from Brussels

Why we need an open and more competitive EU energy market

An open and competitive single EU market is the only reliable way to safeguard secure energy supplies. Such an open market will guarantee security of supply as it will attract external suppliers, embrace new energy mixes and ensure the internal strength needed to face international challenges. This is one of the reasons why, during the 1990s, the EU decided to open the energy sector to competition.

Francisco Prol argues for a more flexible approach to adapting new legislation.

The enactment of new legislation usually causes some kind of protest. Some feel uneasy about the changes proposed, while others complain they are already obsolete.

In an age of new technology, with the development of transnational providers and services, we need to rethink the way we have typically regulated telecoms markets. Telephony today can be achieved through a variety of technologies, including fibre optics, wireless technologies, and perhaps most importantly, from internet technologies (ie, voice over internet protocol - VOIP).

Thursday, 01 September 2005 02:00

In-Line With Europe, Ramón Mullerat

Ramón Mullerat agrees with the current reforms in legal education

When designing the structure of a new Europe, Robert Schuman said it would not be achieved through a one-off change, but through a series of concrete achievements. The harmonisation of the liberal professions, with their concept of public service, would play an important role providing the balance and stability required within a dynamic society. Lawyers, he believed, have a key role to play in safeguarding the fair administration of justice and guaranteeing the basic rights required within a democratic society.

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