EU Law

The law firm also offers advice on EU law more generally, including in the fields of administrative and procedural EU law, e.g., on directives and their implementation (for instance in data protection law), references for a preliminary ruling to the Court of Justice of the European Union on the interpretation of EU law, judicial review of the decisions of EU organs, or access to documents of the EU institutions pursuant to the transparency regulation.

In addition, the law firm offers services in the field of material EU law, such as the fundamental freedoms (free movement of goods, freedom of services and establishment and free movement of capital) as well as the European fundamental rights endorsed by the EU.