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FRIDAY, 22 APRIL 2022
CJEU to broadcast hearings and judgments
The EU Court of Justice will launch a live streaming service on its website on 26 April.
From that date, the Court will broadcast CJEU judgments and Advocate General opinions in cases assigned to the Grand Chamber.
Hearings in the Grand Chamber will also be streamed for a pilot period of six months: morning hearings will be available from 14.30 the same day and afternoon hearings from 9.30 the following day. It will not be possible to consult them subsequently.
The streams will include simultaneous interpretation of the pleadings in the languages necessary for the proper conduct of the hearing.
Among the judgments scheduled for delivery on 26 April is Poland v European Parliament and Council of the EU, which concerns Poland’s challenge to Article 17 of the 2019 Copyright Directive.
More information is available in the CJEU’s announcement.
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