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Droit du contentieux de l' Union européenne
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ISBN: 9782275035888 Year: 2010 Publisher: Paris : LGDJ,


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The court of justice of the European communities
ISBN: 9282521400 Year: 1981 Publisher: Luxembourg Office for official publications of the European communities,


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Contencioso comunitário
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ISBN: 9724016838 Year: 2002 Publisher: Coimbra Almedina,


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EuGH VerfO : Satzung und Verfahrensordnungen EuGH/EuG : [Kommentar]
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ISBN: 9783406552007 Year: 2008 Publisher: München C.H. Beck,


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Employment law at the European Court of Justice : judicial structures, policies, and processes
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ISBN: 9781472562685 Year: 2002 Publisher: Oxford Portland, Or. Hart


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National remedies before the Court of Justice : issues of harmonisation and differentiation
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ISBN: 9781472563200 Year: 2004 Publisher: Oxford Portland, Or. Hart Pub.


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The European Court of Justice and external relations law : constitutional challenges
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ISBN: 9781474201599 Year: 2014 Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom Hart Publishing

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"This edited collection appraises the role, self-perception, reasoning and impact of the European Court of Justice on the development of European Union (EU) external relations law. Against the background of the recent recasting of the EU Treaties by the Treaty of Lisbon and at a time when questions arise over the character of the Court's judicial reasoning and the effect of international legal obligations in its case law, it discusses the contribution of the Court to the formation of the EU as an international actor and the development of EU external relations law, and the constitutional challenges the Court faces in this context. To what extent does the position of the Court contribute to a specific conception of the EU? How does the EU's constitutional order, as interpreted by the Court, shape its external relations? The Court still has only limited jurisdiction over the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy: why has this decision been taken, and what are its implications? And what is the Court's own view of the relationship between court(s) and foreign policy, and of its own relationship with other international courts? The contributions to this volume show that the Court's influence over EU external relations derives first from its ability to shape and define the external competence of the EU and resulting constraints on the Member States, and second from its insistence on the autonomy of the EU legal order and its role as 'gatekeeper' to the entry and effect of international law into the EU system. It has not - in the external domain - overtly exerted influence through shaping substantive policy, as it has, for example, in relation to the internal market. Nevertheless the rather 'legalised' nature of EU external relations and the significance of the EU's international legal commitments mean that the role of the Court of Justice is more central than that of a national court with respect to the foreign policy of a nation state. And of course its decisions can nonetheless be highly political."--Bloomsbury Publishing.


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The European court and civil society : litigation, mobilization and governance
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ISBN: 1107166160 1280815574 0511275366 0511274661 051127310X 051132135X 0511491921 0511273894 Year: 2007 Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press,


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Primary EU law and private law concepts
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ISBN: 1780686005 Year: 2017 Publisher: Cambridge : Intersentia,

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Primary EU Law and Private Law Concepts starts with the hypothesis that the European Court of Justice has developed concepts in private law cases which differ in substance from the concepts that exist in the private law systems of the Member States. It aims to present developments in the current law of which EU lawyers and private lawyers generally are unaware. It offers ground-breaking analyses of the main private law concepts (the person, property, contract and tort and remedies) as they are used, created or adjusted by the Court. Each analysis results from insights obtained from the substantive meaning of the concepts deployed in the Court's case law, disconnected from the national meanings of such concepts. The direction of this analysis is from the cases to the concepts, not the other way around: the cases and the facts behind the private law relationships are the starting point. In this way the analyses show in detail how primary EU law influences private law relationships. This book will be useful for academics, practitioners and students interested in EU private law. 'EU law's very identity is shaped by its conferral of rights and obligations on individuals but it has conventionally been public law, not private law, that has been the main site for engagement between EU and national law. This collection redresses that imbalance, and shows how primary EU law has induced mutation in concepts of private law. The law of the internal market is inevitably at the forefront, but so too is the protection of fundamental rights.' Stephen Weatherill, Jacques Delors Professor of European Law, University of Oxford 'This is a ground-breaking book. [The editors'] approach presents important results both for legal scholarship and legal practice and underlines the necessity of more cooperation between EU law and private law scholars.' Arthur Hartkamp, Professor of European Private Law, Radboud University, Nijmegen Carla Sieburgh is a Research Professor in Private Law at Radboud University Nijmegen, and an expert in the law of obligations and the interaction of EU law, human rights and private law. Hans-W. Micklitz is Professor of Economic Law at the European University Institute and Distinguished Professor of the Academy of Finland at the University of Helsinki. He has also been a visiting professor at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor and the Somerville College at the University of Oxford. He holds degrees in law and sociology. Intersentia Intersentia

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