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July 23, 2018

In 2008 the Commission announced a new initiative for handling potential cases of infringement of EU law. This new method, named the EU Pilot, essentially comprised a database that linked each Directorate General (DG) to a Member State ‘Contact Point’. It was a file ma...

A large contingent of the CRN on Effective Enforcement of EU Law and Policy travelled to the University of Lausanne, Switzerland in July to attend and present at the biennial conference of REGGOV. It was a very busy but intellectually stimulating few days with plenty o...

July 15, 2018

In May 2018, the government launched a consultation on proposals to manage environmental standards after Brexit. Environmental protection has received particular attention in relation to enforcement standards post Brexit. This is because after Brexit we will still have...

July 10, 2018

The Network’s first outing was at the Inaugural Conference of ComplianceNet in Irvine, California. ComplianceNet is working to create an interdisciplinary and international network of scholars on the broad topic of compliance. Its inaugural conference was a great succe...

More law, or better enforcement?

A new policy focus on enforcement by the current Juncker Commission(2014-2019) has prompted a renewed interest in enforcement of EU law and policy across disciplines. In pursuance of its Better Regulation Agenda, the Juncker Commission h...

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