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Until the 1st January 2015 the Member States have to establish systems of separate collection for recyclable materials like glass, metal, paper and plastic according to the EU Regulation 2008/98, if they do not want to face the harsh consequences of an infringement process from the European Union.
R&D projects and cooperation, whether with or without European or national funding, need a safe and sound legal contract design. In most cases, the legal framework decides about the success of a project and lays the foundation for a smooth pursuit of research activities.
Most public institutions use social media tools in their communication. It is a key part of any communications planning and long-term strategy in today’s media landscape. Some organisations use in-house competence, whereas others choose to source out this area and work with external experts.
EU-funded projects put high demands on project leaders and coordinators. Especially the correct financial accounting of the project constitutes a great challenge. Beneficiaries have to follow strict and complex rules set up by the European Commission.
The field of food labelling in the European Union and the member states remains very dynamic. Several regulations have to be taken into account to guarantee all declarations on the contents of the food products and their possible benefits (or allergic threats!) are declared according to the applicable laws. Therefore, it is essential for practitioners and food law specialists to get to a running start in the domain of the complex legal and regulatory framework on EU Food Law.