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Regulatory law of the EU Internal Market & lobbying
Our practice specifically focuses on regulatory law related to the free movement of goods and the free movement of persons. It breaks down to the following :
Within this framework, our practice breaks down as follows :
- We monitor the preparation, discussion, and adoption of Internal Market legislation by the EU legislator.
- Consequently, we carefully follow the transposition and implementation of new legislation in each EU Member State. Each time, our job consists in advocating the interests of our clients to the EU and Member States authorities, including the National Standardization Bodies, in order to ensure that the provisions included in the final legislation have a positive impact on their businesses.
- The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union allows the European Commission to take action against those EU Member States who do not transpose the EU Directives in a timely manner, or do not do so correctly. We endeavor to alert the European Commission if any Member State does not transpose an EU Directive, whenever the consequences stemming from this non-transposition adversely affect the interests of our clients.
- We provide legal advice to our clients on the interpretation of the applicable EU regulations and directives
- Finally, on the basis of our sound knowledge and understanding of the EU legislation that we have acquired upstream, we represent our clients within the framework of litigation cases where such legisaltion is applicable