Spark Legal Network, together with VVA Europe have now completed the final report for our study on the ‘Review of current national rules and practices relating to risk preparedness in the area of security of electricity supply’, launched by DG ENER. The study was carried out with the assistance of Spark’s excellent network of national […]
Spark Legal Network is dedicated to providing Europe-wide consultancy services for policy, regulation, and legal frameworks at both national and European level. Spark has a unique operating model founded on an extensive network of excellent legal experts across Europe and incorporating links to (and partnerships with) high-ranking universities, institutes, and research centres. Through its flexible structure, Spark can swiftly respond to client needs, providing a central point of coordination and ensuring a harmonised and semantically sound approach to research. We ensure the application of comprehensive methodological tools and proper reporting by our network of freelance experts.
Entries by Spark
The European Commission has published the Legal Review of Industrial Design Protection in Europe, which was conducted by Spark Legal Network, Queen Mary University of London, Time.lex and Indiville. The report concludes, in respect of several aspects of the design system, that the desired level of harmonization has been achieved, and the functioning of the […]
Spark is excited to announce that we have kicked off a new study on compliance-check of national regulatory practises with Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 347/2013 for DG Energy. Together with our partner VVA Europe and with our network of experts, we will assess the 28 Member States’ revised methodologies and criteria, evaluating whether the […]
We are excited to announce that we have just kicked off our new study on risk preparedness in electricity security of supply for DG Energy. Together with our partner VVA Europe and our excellent team of legal experts, we will identify and map the current legal framework and practices in the 28 Member States with […]
The final report for our study on standards terms and performance criteria in service level agreements for cloud computing services (SMART 2013/0039), conducted by Spark Legal Network and Time.lex, has been published. It can be found here on the Digital Agenda website, or alternatively downloaded here from the EU bookstore. The study was conducted with […]