Act 6/2017, of 31st July, amending Act 8/2012, of 19th July, on tourism in the Balearic Islands, was enacted, regarding commercialisation of [...]Read more The Balearic Islands Tourism Act, an absolutely flawed law
The Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg (CJEU) or European Court of Justice (ECJ) has handed down a judgement on the preliminary [...]Read more I. What has the ECJ said about UBER and what it has not (and they are “fake news”)
The European Commission has just approved a major package of measures on transport in the European Union. Along with these measures, the European [...]Read more Why Cabify and Uber have already won the VTC licence battle?
The Opinion of the General Advocate Mr Maciej Szpunar before the European Court of Justice (CJEU) in the case of UBER, which we provided a [...]Read more UBER case (II): a backing for the collaborative economy
It is certain by now, due to the repercussion in the press, that we all know that someone in Europe has declared that UBER provides transport [...]Read more UBER case (I): summary of the essential matters
Just before Easter Holidays a debate took place in the Spanish Senate between Mr Guardingo, representing the political party Podemos, and the [...]Read more Spanish politicians fail in Collaborative Economy
“Competition is inconvenient, and that does not make it unfair, it is simply competition”, is the sentence our article yesterday ends with, [...]Read more Do you really know how collaborative platforms work?
It seems to be in fashion to discuss unfair competition. Yes, you are nobody if you are not talking about unfair competition. It seems so – I [...]Read more Discussing unfair competition is in fashion
4 February, 2017
On 2nd February 2017, Mercantile Court no. 2 of Madrid handed down judgement in the judicial proceedings opened following the suit filed by [...]Read more What has a Spanish Court said about BlaBlaCar?