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Drink-Driving In Italy: Penalties And Offence
This limit applies only for novice drivers under the age of 21, for the first three years from achievement of driving licence.
Italy
13 Aug 2019
2
Temporary Admission For Yachts: Customs Smuggling
Temporary admission for yachts: rules for the circulation of non-EU yachts in Europe.
Italy
1 Aug 2019
3
Pros And Cons Of A Possible Emission Control Area (ECA) In The Mediterranean Sea
In recent times, the idea of creating an emission control area for the Mediterranean Sea seems to have come back under the spotlight. The proposal was put forward
Italy
24 Jul 2019
4
Article 577 Of Italian Navigation Code: Interpretation Issues Involved With The Limitation Period Of Naval Mortgages
Interest and criticism have arisen from among legal commentators and courts in relation to article 577 of the Italian Navigation Code, due to its poor wording: "The rights arising from the grant
Italy
24 Jul 2019
5
Contributions From Nctm Offices Around The World
Lithuania sought to provide aid for the purchase of a dredger for the Klaipeda State Seaport Authority as there are no dredging services offered on the Lithuanian market and is currently
European Union
24 Jul 2019
6
The Competitive Distortions Of Tariffs For Technical-Nautical Services Under Regulation (EU) 2017/352 (… And Before National Courts)
In the previous two issues of our Newsletter we dealt with the piloting service [1]. In particular, we pointed out that, in 2013, the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) had examined the methods of
European Union
24 Jul 2019
7
Changes To The Instruments For Maritime Labour Inspection (Maritime Labour Certificate, Declaration Of Maritime Labour Compliance And Report On Seafarer Recruitment And Placement Agencies)
As is generally known, the Maritime Labour Convention (ILO – MLC, 2006) is one of the most important cornerstones of national and international maritime labour law.
Italy
24 Jul 2019
8
Pedestrian Accident Injuries In Italy
Pedestrian accident injuries in Italy: what penalties and sanctions does the motorist incur? How to obtain the compensation of damages? This article will explain everything to you, read it now.
Italy
11 Jul 2019
9
Vehicular Homicide Italy
Vehicular homicide in Italy is governed by Article 589 bis of the Criminal Code, as separate criminal offence introduced by the new law no. 41 dated March 23rd 2016 on vehicular homicide.
Italy
13 Jun 2019
10
Road Killing And Driving While Drunk: A Single Crime
The Court of Cassation has ruled that, in the case of road killing, the charge must be limited to one charge, even in the case of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.
Italy
23 Apr 2019
11
AI And Drones, A Love Affair (Part I)
Drones' universe is one of the most explosive industries on a global scale. Today's drones are utilized for a number of different purposes, ranging from military to commercial usage.
Italy
7 Dec 2018
12
The New Parameters For Evaluating Concession Applications: Nature And Relevance Of The Infrastructure And Superstructure Investment Proposed By An Applicant
After the summer break, we are ready to get back to examining the parameters contained in the important circular of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport ("MIT"), i.e. circular No. 187,
Italy
8 Oct 2018
13
"Move It Or Lose It!": Port Pilotage Service And Challenges For Competition
In this number of our newsletter, we begin a reflection on port pilotage which, for its operational relevance
Italy
8 Oct 2018
14
Contributions From Nctm Offices Around The World Shipping & Transport Bulletin October-November 2018
The purchase by Maritime Holdings of the US and Gemany's Zeaborn Chartering Management of Zeamarine of Germany has been approved by the EU Commission in mid-August within the terms of the EU's Merger
European Union
8 Oct 2018
15
A Gangway Detached From A Cruise Ship. Harbour Station, Port Authority, Gangway Manufacturer And Master Of The Ship: Who Is Responsible?
With a recent judgment the first criminal division of the Court of Genoa has ruled on an accident caused by the sudden detachment of a boarding gangway fastened to the deck of a cruise ship to allow passengers to board.
Italy
8 Oct 2018
16
Regulation (EU) 2017/352 On Port Services And Financial Transparency: General Principles On Financial Transparency And Port Infrastructure Charges
We will examine Regulation (EU) 2017/352 analyzing the recitals that reveal the general principles on financial transparency and port infrastructure charges[1].
European Union
8 Oct 2018
17
Promoting Inland Waterway Transport In The EU
This Article is the first of a series of articles concerning inland waterway transport (hereinafter "IWT") in the EU.
European Union
29 Aug 2018
18
How Compensation For Road-Traffic Accidents Has Changed
From the end of August 2017, when law no. 124/2017 came into effect, the procedure for obtaining compensation after a road traffic accident changed.
Italy
28 Aug 2018
19
Regulation (EU) 2017/352 On Port Services And Financial Transparency: General Principles Regarding Port Services
Let's continue our analysis of the Regulation (EU) 2017/352 "establishing a framework for the provision of port services and common rules on financial transparency of ports"...
Italy
14 Aug 2018
20
Which "Judge In Berlin" For Agreements In Lieu Of Port Concessions?
In a democratic order, to ensure the legitimacy of decisions (and therefore their acceptability by the recipients), the administrative action cannot disregard the social consensus.
Italy
14 Aug 2018
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