The Resource EU Law

EU Law

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EU Law
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EU Law
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Summary
EU Law provides a comprehensive examination of the law of the European Union in two distinct parts, covering the institutions, structure and processes of the EU as well as the substantive law, as enacted by the Lisbon Treaty. Beginning by examining its origins, Conway locates EU Law within both an international and a domestic legal context. He then explores the evolution of EU Law before providing a clear and accessible account of the structure and internal and international workings of the EU and the special role of the European Court of Justice. The second half of the book explores the Four Freedoms (of Goods, Workers, Capital and Movement) and provides a detailed account of Competition Law and the Economic and Social contexts. The Routledge Spotlights series brings a modern, contemporary approach to the core curriculum for the LLB and GDL which will help students Move beyond an understanding of the law Refine and develop the key skills of problem-solving, evaluation and critical reasoning which are essential to exam success Discover sources and suggestions for taking your study further By focusing on recent case law and real-world examples, Routledge Spotlights will help you shed light on the law, understand how it operates in practice and gain a unique appreciation of the contemporary context of the subject. Companion Website This book is supported by a range of online resources developed to support your learning, keep you up-to-date and to help you prepare for assessments, including: Key Case Flashcards to aid with recall Quizzes and practice questions
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Conway, Gerard
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341.242/2
LC call number
KJE947 .C678 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Label
EU Law
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=2082950
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- DEDICATION -- OUTLINE CONTENTS -- DETAILED CONTENTS -- Preface -- Guide to the Spotlights Series -- Guide to the Website -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- PART 1 Institutional and constitutional context -- 1 THE ORIGINS OF THE EU AND INTRODUCTION -- As you read -- 1.1 The origin of the European Union and the three 'Communities' -- 1.2 Overview of treaty change -- 1.3 An overview of the main institutions of the EU -- 1.4 Chapter summaries -- 1.5 An overview of some theories of integration -- 1.6 The EU as a 'constitutional' entity -- 1.7 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 2 THE EU IN INTERNATIONAL LAW -- As you read -- 2.1 The origin and features of international law and cooperation between states -- 2.2 Defining international law -- 2.3 The evolution of international law -- 2.4 Dispute settlement, enforcement and the law of state responsibility -- 2.5 Penetration of international law into national law: monism and dualism -- 2.6 Overviewing the distinctive characteristics of the EU relative to international law -- 2.7 Withdrawal from the EU -- 2.8 Distinguishing the EU from the Council of Europe -- 2.9 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 3 EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE EU: FROM ROME IN 1957 TO LISBON IN 2009 -- As you read -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Treaty-making in international law and the EU, including enhanced cooperation -- 3.3 Chronological summary of the treaties -- 3.4 Accession treaties -- 3.5 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 4 THE INSTITUTIONAL WORKING OF THE EU: INSTITUTIONS AND LAW-MAKING -- As you read -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The main institutions of the EU -- 4.3 Legislative procedures -- 4.4 Types of legislation: Article 288 TFEU
  • 4.5 Institutional balance and the separation of powers in the EU -- 4.6 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 5 THE SPECIAL ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE -- As you read -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Jurisdiction and procedure of the Court -- 5.3 The General Court -- 5.4 The approach of the ECJ to interpretation -- 5.5 An overview of the importance of the Court of Justice in the integration process -- 5.6 Assessing the ECJ: a normative assessment of interpretation -- 5.7 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 6 THE EU AND NATIONAL LAW -- As you read -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 International law background to direct effect -- 6.3 Outline of the supremacy doctrine -- 6.4 Outline of the direct effect of treaty articles: Van Gend en Loos -- 6.5 Horizontal direct effect of treaty articles: Defrenne v SABENA -- 6.6 Direct effect of secondary legislation -- 6.7 No horizontal direct effect of directives: Marshall -- 6.8 Definition of the state and emanation of the state in the context of horizontal direct effect (Foster v British Gas) and state liability -- 6.9 'Incidental' direct effect of directives -- 6.10 Indirect effect as an obligation of interpretation: Von Colson -- 6.11 Development of the interpretative obligation and its limits: Marleasing, Pfeiffer and IMPACT -- 6.12 The legal effect of EU law in UK law -- 6.13 National reception of the supremacy doctrine -- 6.14 State liability -- 6.15 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 7 DETERMINING COMPETENCES IN THE EU -- As you read -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Understanding competence - aspects of the competence question in the EU -- 7.3 The original competences of the EU and their growth -- 7.4 The development of competences under the treaties
  • 7.5 Categories of competence under the Lisbon Treaty -- 7.6 The principle of conferral and the distinction between general and specific competences -- 7.7 The principle of subsidiarity -- 7.8 External relations -- 7.9 Case study - criminal law competence of the EU -- 7.10 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 8 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP -- As you read -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Summarising the current framework of human rights protection in the EU -- 8.3 Conceptual issues in the legal protection of human rights -- 8.4 The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights -- 8.5 The Lisbon Treaty and EU accession to the ECHR -- 8.6 The relationship between the fundamental freedoms of movement, fundamental human rights and other legal considerations -- 8.7 More recent case law on human rights -- 8.8 Citizenship of the EU -- 8.9 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- PART 2 Substantive law -- 9 FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS I: CUSTOMS DUTIES, TAXES AND CHARGES OF EQUIVALENT EFFECT -- As you read -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Customs duties and charges of equivalent effect under Article 30 -- 9.3 Internal taxation under Article 110 TFEU -- 9.4 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 10 FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS II: QUANTITATIVE RESTRICTIONS AND MEASURES OF EQUIVALENT EFFECT -- As you read -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Definitions under Articles 34 and 35 TFEU -- 10.3 The range of case law on measures equivalent to quantitative restrictions or MEQRs under Article 34 TFEU -- 10.4 MEQRs on exports under Article 35 TFEU -- 10.5 Sunday trading and selling arrangements as exceptions to Dassonville -- 10.6 Derogations under Article 36 TFEU -- 10.7 Exceptions/derogations under case law: Cassis de Dijon, mutual recognition and mandatory requirements
  • 10.8 Direct effect of Articles 34 and 35 TFEU -- 10.9 Effect of harmonisation legislation -- 10.10 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 11 FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS I: WORKERS -- As you read -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Introduction: the history of free movement and of the major legislation -- 11.3 Basic pre-conditions for the exercise of free movement, including definition of a 'worker' -- 11.4 The content of free movement rights: travel, residence and access to employment -- 11.5 Equal treatment rights: the substantive rights of workers to be treated equally once residing in another Member State -- 11.6 Exceptions/derogations to free movement of workers -- 11.7 Citizenship of the EU -- 11.8 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 12 FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS II: SERVICES AND ESTABLISHMENT -- As you read -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 The TFEU provisions on services and establishment -- 12.3 Three forms of cross-border service and the cross-border element -- 12.4 Treaty rights in establishment and services -- 12.5 The Services Directive -- 12.6 Derogations from the free movement of services and of establishment -- 12.7 Mutual recognition of educational qualifications -- 12.8 Citizenship -- 12.9 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 13 FREE MOVEMENT OF CAPITAL AND PAYMENTS -- As you read -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 The range of national measures prohibited -- 13.3 Derogations to the free movement of capital and payments -- 13.4 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 14 COMPETITION LAW: CONTEXT AND ENFORCEMENT -- As you read -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 The origins of modern competition law -- 14.3 The aims of competition law
  • 14.4 The dimensions of EU competition law: regulating cartels, dominant firms, state aids and mergers -- 14.5 The original system of enforcement of competition law -- 14.6 Regulation 1/2003 and the decentralisation of enforcement -- 14.7 The de minimis principle and the Commission Notice on agreements of minor importance -- 14.8 Settlement and leniency procedures -- 14.9 UK enforcement of EU competition law -- 14.10 Extra-territorial scope of EU competition law and its international dimension -- 14.11 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 15 COMPETITION LAW: ARTICLE 101 TFEU -- As you read -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 The direct effect of Article 101 TFEU -- 15.3 The elements of Article 101 TFEU -- 15.4 Restrictive agreements that are not anti-competitive: exceptions or derogations under Article 101(3) TFEU -- 15.5 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 16 COMPETITION LAW: ARTICLE 102 TFEU -- As you read -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Direct effect of Article 102 TFEU -- 16.3 Definition of 'market' -- 16.4 The definition of dominance -- 16.5 The definition of 'abuse' of a dominant position -- 16.6 Objective justification under Article 102 TFEU -- 16.7 'Undertakings' and oligopoly and the relationship or overlap between Articles 101 and 102 TFEU -- 16.8 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 17 ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNION -- As you read -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 The evolution and stages of EMU -- 17.3 The Eurozone crisis and the response of the Member States -- 17.4 Prospects for EMU -- 17.5 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 18 SOCIAL EUROPE -- As you read -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 The development and current scope of EU competences in social matters -- 18.3 Social security
  • 18.4 Gender equality
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1 online resource (756 pages)
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online
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9781317482307
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computer
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (OCoLC)913696056
Label
EU Law
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=2082950
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
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Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- DEDICATION -- OUTLINE CONTENTS -- DETAILED CONTENTS -- Preface -- Guide to the Spotlights Series -- Guide to the Website -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- PART 1 Institutional and constitutional context -- 1 THE ORIGINS OF THE EU AND INTRODUCTION -- As you read -- 1.1 The origin of the European Union and the three 'Communities' -- 1.2 Overview of treaty change -- 1.3 An overview of the main institutions of the EU -- 1.4 Chapter summaries -- 1.5 An overview of some theories of integration -- 1.6 The EU as a 'constitutional' entity -- 1.7 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 2 THE EU IN INTERNATIONAL LAW -- As you read -- 2.1 The origin and features of international law and cooperation between states -- 2.2 Defining international law -- 2.3 The evolution of international law -- 2.4 Dispute settlement, enforcement and the law of state responsibility -- 2.5 Penetration of international law into national law: monism and dualism -- 2.6 Overviewing the distinctive characteristics of the EU relative to international law -- 2.7 Withdrawal from the EU -- 2.8 Distinguishing the EU from the Council of Europe -- 2.9 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 3 EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE EU: FROM ROME IN 1957 TO LISBON IN 2009 -- As you read -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Treaty-making in international law and the EU, including enhanced cooperation -- 3.3 Chronological summary of the treaties -- 3.4 Accession treaties -- 3.5 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 4 THE INSTITUTIONAL WORKING OF THE EU: INSTITUTIONS AND LAW-MAKING -- As you read -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The main institutions of the EU -- 4.3 Legislative procedures -- 4.4 Types of legislation: Article 288 TFEU
  • 4.5 Institutional balance and the separation of powers in the EU -- 4.6 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 5 THE SPECIAL ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE -- As you read -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Jurisdiction and procedure of the Court -- 5.3 The General Court -- 5.4 The approach of the ECJ to interpretation -- 5.5 An overview of the importance of the Court of Justice in the integration process -- 5.6 Assessing the ECJ: a normative assessment of interpretation -- 5.7 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 6 THE EU AND NATIONAL LAW -- As you read -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 International law background to direct effect -- 6.3 Outline of the supremacy doctrine -- 6.4 Outline of the direct effect of treaty articles: Van Gend en Loos -- 6.5 Horizontal direct effect of treaty articles: Defrenne v SABENA -- 6.6 Direct effect of secondary legislation -- 6.7 No horizontal direct effect of directives: Marshall -- 6.8 Definition of the state and emanation of the state in the context of horizontal direct effect (Foster v British Gas) and state liability -- 6.9 'Incidental' direct effect of directives -- 6.10 Indirect effect as an obligation of interpretation: Von Colson -- 6.11 Development of the interpretative obligation and its limits: Marleasing, Pfeiffer and IMPACT -- 6.12 The legal effect of EU law in UK law -- 6.13 National reception of the supremacy doctrine -- 6.14 State liability -- 6.15 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 7 DETERMINING COMPETENCES IN THE EU -- As you read -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Understanding competence - aspects of the competence question in the EU -- 7.3 The original competences of the EU and their growth -- 7.4 The development of competences under the treaties
  • 7.5 Categories of competence under the Lisbon Treaty -- 7.6 The principle of conferral and the distinction between general and specific competences -- 7.7 The principle of subsidiarity -- 7.8 External relations -- 7.9 Case study - criminal law competence of the EU -- 7.10 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 8 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP -- As you read -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Summarising the current framework of human rights protection in the EU -- 8.3 Conceptual issues in the legal protection of human rights -- 8.4 The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights -- 8.5 The Lisbon Treaty and EU accession to the ECHR -- 8.6 The relationship between the fundamental freedoms of movement, fundamental human rights and other legal considerations -- 8.7 More recent case law on human rights -- 8.8 Citizenship of the EU -- 8.9 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- PART 2 Substantive law -- 9 FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS I: CUSTOMS DUTIES, TAXES AND CHARGES OF EQUIVALENT EFFECT -- As you read -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Customs duties and charges of equivalent effect under Article 30 -- 9.3 Internal taxation under Article 110 TFEU -- 9.4 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 10 FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS II: QUANTITATIVE RESTRICTIONS AND MEASURES OF EQUIVALENT EFFECT -- As you read -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Definitions under Articles 34 and 35 TFEU -- 10.3 The range of case law on measures equivalent to quantitative restrictions or MEQRs under Article 34 TFEU -- 10.4 MEQRs on exports under Article 35 TFEU -- 10.5 Sunday trading and selling arrangements as exceptions to Dassonville -- 10.6 Derogations under Article 36 TFEU -- 10.7 Exceptions/derogations under case law: Cassis de Dijon, mutual recognition and mandatory requirements
  • 10.8 Direct effect of Articles 34 and 35 TFEU -- 10.9 Effect of harmonisation legislation -- 10.10 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 11 FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS I: WORKERS -- As you read -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Introduction: the history of free movement and of the major legislation -- 11.3 Basic pre-conditions for the exercise of free movement, including definition of a 'worker' -- 11.4 The content of free movement rights: travel, residence and access to employment -- 11.5 Equal treatment rights: the substantive rights of workers to be treated equally once residing in another Member State -- 11.6 Exceptions/derogations to free movement of workers -- 11.7 Citizenship of the EU -- 11.8 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 12 FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS II: SERVICES AND ESTABLISHMENT -- As you read -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 The TFEU provisions on services and establishment -- 12.3 Three forms of cross-border service and the cross-border element -- 12.4 Treaty rights in establishment and services -- 12.5 The Services Directive -- 12.6 Derogations from the free movement of services and of establishment -- 12.7 Mutual recognition of educational qualifications -- 12.8 Citizenship -- 12.9 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 13 FREE MOVEMENT OF CAPITAL AND PAYMENTS -- As you read -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 The range of national measures prohibited -- 13.3 Derogations to the free movement of capital and payments -- 13.4 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 14 COMPETITION LAW: CONTEXT AND ENFORCEMENT -- As you read -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 The origins of modern competition law -- 14.3 The aims of competition law
  • 14.4 The dimensions of EU competition law: regulating cartels, dominant firms, state aids and mergers -- 14.5 The original system of enforcement of competition law -- 14.6 Regulation 1/2003 and the decentralisation of enforcement -- 14.7 The de minimis principle and the Commission Notice on agreements of minor importance -- 14.8 Settlement and leniency procedures -- 14.9 UK enforcement of EU competition law -- 14.10 Extra-territorial scope of EU competition law and its international dimension -- 14.11 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 15 COMPETITION LAW: ARTICLE 101 TFEU -- As you read -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 The direct effect of Article 101 TFEU -- 15.3 The elements of Article 101 TFEU -- 15.4 Restrictive agreements that are not anti-competitive: exceptions or derogations under Article 101(3) TFEU -- 15.5 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 16 COMPETITION LAW: ARTICLE 102 TFEU -- As you read -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Direct effect of Article 102 TFEU -- 16.3 Definition of 'market' -- 16.4 The definition of dominance -- 16.5 The definition of 'abuse' of a dominant position -- 16.6 Objective justification under Article 102 TFEU -- 16.7 'Undertakings' and oligopoly and the relationship or overlap between Articles 101 and 102 TFEU -- 16.8 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 17 ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNION -- As you read -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 The evolution and stages of EMU -- 17.3 The Eurozone crisis and the response of the Member States -- 17.4 Prospects for EMU -- 17.5 Conclusion -- Points to review -- Chapter glossary -- Taking things further -- 18 SOCIAL EUROPE -- As you read -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 The development and current scope of EU competences in social matters -- 18.3 Social security
  • 18.4 Gender equality
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (756 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317482307
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC2082950
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL2082950
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11074192
  • (CaONFJC)MIL809515
  • (OCoLC)913696056

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