Cross-border EU competition law damages actions: distinguishing contractual from tortious liability and allocating jurisdiction considering the particularities of competition law litigation
Alexandru Gabriel Soptica-Vid
University College Dublin
Dr. Isabel Lorente Martinez
University of Murcia
Dr. Florian Heindler
Sigmund Freud University, Vienna
Dr. Omar Vanin
University of Padova
Several legal systems grant individuals the possibility to voluntarily end their life when clinical or psychological conditions do not allow to live a “tolerable” life.
This applies, inter alia, to Belgium and the Netherlands (since 2002), Luxembourg (since 2009), Switzerland (formally since 1918, but practiced by special organisations since 1980s), Canada (since 2015, though special legislation is still to be implemented), Colombia (allowed since 1997 and regulated since 2015), and some U.S. States, such as Oregon and California.