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Key Cases: EU Law By Chris Turner (University of Wolverhampton, UK)

Key Cases: EU Law by Chris Turner (University of Wolverhampton, UK)

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Key Cases: EU Law by Chris Turner (University of Wolverhampton, UK)

The Law at your fingertips...

Key Cases has been written for students studying Law. It is an essential revision tool to be used alone or with the partner Key Facts book in order to ensure a thorough knowledge of core cases for any given law topic.

Understanding essential and leading cases fully is a vital part to your study of law - the format, style and explanations of Key Cases will ensure you have this understanding.

The series is written and edited by an expert team of authors whose experience means they know exactly what is required in a revision aid. They include lecturers and barristers, who have brought their expertise and knowledge to the series to make it user-friendly and accessible.

Key features include: essential and leading cases explained; user-friendly layout and style; extensive use of diagrams and charts to aid revision; pocket sized and easily portable; highly regarded authors and editors.

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About Chris Turner (University of Wolverhampton, UK)

Author: Chris Turner LLM is a qualified barrister and a Senior Lecturer in Law at Wolverhampton University. He is an experienced author whose other titles include Key Facts: EU Law and Unlocking EU Law, both published by Hodder Arnold. He is also series editor for Key Facts and Unlocking the Law. Series Editor: Jacqueline Martin LLM has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and is an experienced author. She is also series editor for Key Facts and Unlocking the Law.

Table of Contents

Table of cases
Chapter 1 Sources of Law aEURO" general principles of law
1.1 Proportionality
1.2 Equality
1.3 Legal certainty
1.4 Natural justice
1.5 Protection of fundamental human rights
Chapter 2 Enforcement of EU Law
2.1 Actions against Member States under Art 226 and Art 227
2.2 Actions against the institutions under Art 230 for exceeding their powers
2.3 Actions against the institutions under A232 for a failure to act
2.4 Actions for damages against the institutions under Art 288
Chapter 3 Article 234 and the preliminary reference procedure
3.1 The meaning of court or tribunal
3.2 Inadmissible references
3.3 References challenging the validity of EU law
3.4 Discretionary references and mandatory references
Chapter 4 Supremacy and direct effect
4.1 The nature and effect of supremacy of EU law
4.2 Direct effect
4.3 Indirect effect
4.4 State liability
4.5 Incidental horizontal effect
Chapter 5 Article 23 and customs tariffs and Article 90 and discriminatory taxation
5.1 Article 25 and customs tariffs
5.2 Article 90 and discriminatory taxation
Chapter 6 Article 28 and free movement of goods
6.1 Definitions of quantitative restrictions and measures having an equivalent effect to a quantitative effect to a quantitative restriction
6.2 QRaEURO (TM)s and distinctly applicable MEQRaEURO (TM)s
6.3 Article 30 exemptions
6.4 Indistinctly applicable MEQRaEURO (TM)s and the rule of reason
6.5 Indistinctly applicable MEQRaEURO (TM)s and selling arrangements
Chapter 7 Article 39 and the free movement of workers
7.1 The definition of worker
7.2 Workers and their families
7.3 Rights of entry and residence, equal treatment and to remain after employment
7.4 Derogations under Article 39
7.5 The public service exemption
Chapter 8 Article 43 and rights of establishment and freedom to provide services
8.1 Freedom of establishment and the problem of qualifications
8.2 Provision of services and receiving services
Chapter 9 Citizenship
Chapter 10 Article 81 and Article 82 and EU competition law
10.1 Article 81 and restrictive trade practices
10.2 Article 81 and restrictive trade practices
10.3 Exemptions from Article 81
10.4 Article 82 and abuses of dominant positions
Chapter 11 EU discrimination law
11.1 Article 141 and equal pay
11.2 The definition of pay
11.3 Directive 75/117 like work and work of equal value
11.4 The equal treatment Directive
11.5 The new anti-discrimination agenda
Chapter 12 EU social policy

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Key Cases: EU Law by Chris Turner (University of Wolverhampton, UK)
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