Posts Tagged: European Commission

Jones on A User Registration System for Regulations.gov

Gregory D. Jones has published a comment entitled Electronic Rulemaking in the New Age of Openness: Proposing a Voluntary Two-Tier Registration System for Regulations.gov, Administrative Law Review, v. 62, no. 4 (2010), pp. 1261-1286. Here is a summary: This Comment argues that a voluntary two-tiered registration system that acknowledges the role of interest groups in… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Now Available

The European e-Justice Portal is now available. The Portal currently provides access to a range of primary, secondary, and tertiary legal information respecting the European Union and its member states. Click here for a video providing an overview of the Portal. Here is a summary of the current content and services of the Portal: Primary… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Said to Launch 16 July 2010

The European e-Justice Portal is to launch on 16 July 2010, at the meeting of the European Union Justice and Home Affairs Ministers in Brussels, according to a post on the LinkedIn e-Justice group by Ronald van den Hoogen of The Netherlands’ Ministry of Justice. Mr. van den Hoogen also cites the meeting agenda, which… Read more »

Delay on European e-Justice Portal

The European e-Justice Portal will not become publicly available in the first half of 2010, according to a press release issued by the Council of the European Union and dated 3-4 June 2010. The Council further stated: Concerning the European e-Justice portal, the Council expressed its disappointment and regretted that the portal would not be… Read more »