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Call # KJE945 .W43 2006
Author Weatherill, Stephen, 1961-
Title Cases and materials on EU law / Stephen Weatherill
Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006
Edition 7th ed
Book Cover
 INTL  KJE945 .W43 2006    AVAILABLE


Descript. xlv, 731 p. ; 26 cm
Summary/Abstract "Written by one of the country's leading European lawyers, Cases & Materials on EU Law is widely recognized as the most authoritative book of its kind on the market, providing a complete and essential resource for all students of EU law." "This comprehensive collection of important cases and legislation is coupled with Stephen Weatherill's in-depth and lively commentary and questions throughout, which explain the materials and stimulate further thought about them. The seventh edition has been fully updated with the relevant secondary legislation, case law, and academic commentary."--BOOK JACKET
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Law -- European Union countries -- Cases
Law -- European Union countries
OCLC # 61667393
Table of Contents
1The evolution of the European Union3
2The sources of the law27
3The nature of community law : supremacy89
4The enforcement of community law : 'dual vigilance'99
5The direct effect of directives133
6State liability161
7Article 234 : the preliminary reference procedure183
8Control of community institutions213
9Law and the economic objectives of the community287
10Fiscal barriers to trade : articles 25 and 90323
11Physical and technical barriers to trade : articles 28-30337
12Beyond discrimination : article 28379
13The free movement of workers : article 39425
14Freedom of establishment and the free movement of services : articles 43 and 49445
15European citizenship within an area of freedom, security, and justice477
16Article 81 : cartels503
17Article 82 : dominant positions549
18The enforcement of the competition rules579
19Harmonization and common policy-making617
20Subsidiarity, flexibility, and new forms of governance659
21What sort of 'Europe'?691