Hotărârile Curții de Justiție a Uniunii Europene
The Court of Justice interprets EU law to make sure it is applied in the same way in all EU countries. It also settles legal disputes between EU governments and EU institutions. Individuals, companies or organisations can also bring cases before the Court if they feel their rights have been infringed by an EU institution.
The Répertoire de jurisprudence (Digest of case-law) is a systematic collection of the summaries of judgments and orders of the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal delivered or made since they commenced their activities.
The classification scheme, initially subdivided into eight parts, for the period 1954 to 2009, has been reworked following the changes brought about by the Treaty of Lisbon into a plan in nine parts, for the case-law as from 2010. References between the two classification schemes make it easy to move from one to the other.