The Law of the European Union, Second Edition, has been consolidated from the two volumes of the first edition to form a single, updated volume. This casebook examines the law of the European Union under the Lisbon Treaty, which came into effect in December 2009.
Part I of the book covers Historical Developments (from the EEC to the EU); Founding Values and Constitutional Principles; Institutions and Law Making Procedures; Sources of Law; Court Structure; European Union Law and National Legal Orders; Preliminary Rulings; Judicial Review; Enforcement: Actions against States; Liability of the EU and States; Justice and Fundamental Rights; and External Relations-Foreign Policy and Security.
Part II covers Single/Common Market; Circulation of Goods; Movement of Persons; Workers; Establishment and Services; Movement of Capital; External Commercial Policy; Competition; Mergers; State Aids; Intellectual Property; and The Euro and Consumer Protection.
“This work is much more than a typical American ‘casebook’; it combines, indeed, systemic explanations with ‘excerpts’ of cases and judgments which illustrate the topic in a highly educational and informative manner while, at the same time, stimulating in the reader the desire ‘to go beyond and further’.” — Jean-Louis Dewost, Président de Section honoraire au Conseil d’Etat; former Director General of the Legal Service of the Council of the European Union, then Director General of the Legal Service of the European Commission (translated from French)
|by Alain A. Levasseur, Richard F. Scott, Arnaud Raynouard, Christine A. Corcos, Joel Monéger2013, 412 pp, paper, ISBN: 978-1-59460-940-4 $45.00|
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