Indeed, whether advising clients or preparing for teaching there is no European lawyer who can afford not to have a copy of this book close to hand. Concise, precise, and lucid, the book has become the first port of call for anyone seeking answers to questions about the foundations of free.
The Treaty framework for the free movement of goods, laid down in Articles. and the scope of the free movement of goods
The Treaty framework for the free movement of goods, laid down in Articles. 28–37 and Article 110 , distinguishes between nancial and non-nancial. in the European Union (5th edn, Hart, 2010) or C. Barnard, The Substantive Law of the EU. The. Four Freedoms (4th ed. 2013). and the scope of the free movement of goods. 1. Goods Falling under Free Movement Law. The Treaties do not dene ‘goods’, but the has dened them as: ‘products.
The book focuses on case law rather than legislation.
by Angus C Johnston,Professor Stefan Enchelmaier,Dr Malcolm Jarvis,Professor Peter J Oliver,Mr Christopher Stothers,Professor Stephen Weatherill,Mr Sven Norberg.
The book is well structured and easy to navigate. The introduction of a separate chapter relating to intellectual property is welcome given the number of cases in that area
The book is well structured and easy to navigate. The introduction of a separate chapter relating to intellectual property is welcome given the number of cases in that area. There are also separate chapters on areas such as agriculture and fisheries, state monopolies, and the relationship with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, the EU's partners in the European Economic Area - within which the same free movement rules apply. Ease of navigation is greatly aided by case tables, statute tables and a comprehensive index.
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) - Institute of European Studies; Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law. Date Written: October 20, 2015. In this article, I analyse the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU on restrictions on the free movement of the various types of energy under the EU Treaties. Particular emphasis is laid on the recent judgments in Cases C-204/12 Essent Belgium and C-573/12 Alands Vindkraft, where the Court controversially upheld protectionist measures adopted by the Member States in relation to renewables.
Free Movement of Goods in the European Community. London: Sweet & Maxwell. Ixxxv + 455 pp. inc. index. Recommend this journal.
Most notably, it discusses the expanding body of case law and the effects of the ratification of the Treaty of Amsterdam, which has superseded the Treaty of Rome.
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