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He reiterated the commitment of Sudan to provide support to the COMESA Court of Justice in all fields so as to play its role.
The European Court of Justice, in its April 25 verdict, not only accepted the Iranian company's defense and annulled the EU Council's decision for enforcing an embargo on Kala Naft Co.
The Court of Justice of the European Union was established by the Maastricht Treaty, and is seated in Luxembourg.
Turkish journalists were given briefing about institutional structure of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the visit that took place within the scope of a program to promote EU and its institutions.
Ademi says that Macedonia has never thought of raising this issue before the International Court of Justice as Kosovo media had recently reported.
The UK High Court of Justice considered that the relevant European trade mark law and the eCommerce Directive were unclear and referred nearly all the issues to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for further guidance.
The High Court of Justice made administration orders in respect of all four
On February 18, 2005, Conor Medsystems initiated proceedings against Angiotech and the University of British Columbia in the High Court of Justice in the United Kingdom requesting that the court invalidate EP 0 706 376 B1 based on the grounds that all claims of the patent either lack novelty or are obvious in light of the state of scientific knowledge at the priority date of the patent .
Rulings by NAFTA tribunals already have begun mimicking the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, the judicial bodies of the European Union that have been leading the attack on the national sovereignty of EU member states.
At another point, the father claimed that he was not in court and did not realize that a custody order had been issued by the Superior Court of Justice judge.
htm Jun 5, 2006 European Court of Justice strikes down transatlantic PNR deal.
If necessary, it will take a non-complying member state to the European Court of Justice.