Now in its 10th edition, this leading textbook provides a thorough, detailed, yet accessible account of the institutions that govern the EU along with the most important areas of substantive law. It is an ideal resource for anyone serious about gaining a thorough understanding of this increasingly important subject.
Now in its 10th edition, EU Law is rightfully regarded as one of the best and most trusted EU law textbooks available. Its clarity, detail and relevance to the student audience make it the perfect textbook for anyone serious about gaining a full understanding of EU law. Fully updated in light of the latest developments surrounding the Lisbon treaty, this new edition has expanded coverage of state liability and third country nationals. A new improved structure ensures that the content remains closely tailored to undergraduate EU law courses. Online Resource Centre: The book is accompanied by a free Online Resource Centre providing: A new treaty navigation resource enabling the user to look first hand at the key primary sources of law and trace its development and evolution A test bank of multiple choice questions and answers An interactive map of Europe with hot-spots on all EU Member States providing factual information on each country A timeline of the EU tracing key dates in EU legal history Links to other useful websites and primary materials Updates on changes and developments in the law An interactive glossary of terms Lisbon Treaty ratification monitor produced and maintained by the Bertelsmann Foundation Video content showing key moments in the development of the EU
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PART I; 1. From EEC to EU: a brief history of the development of the Union; 2. Institutions of the EC: composition and powers; 3. Scope of the EC Treaty: laws and lawmaking; 4. Principle of supremacy of EC law; 5. Principles of direct applicability and direct effects; 6. General principles of law; PART II; 7. Framework for enforcement; 8. Remedies in national courts; 9. State liability; 10. The preliminary rulings procedure; 11. Enforcement actions; 12. Direct action for annulment; 13. Action for failure to act; 14. Community liability in tort - action for damages; PART III; 15. Introduction to the internal market; 16. Harmonisation; 17. Free movement of payments and capital; 18. Customs union; 19. Free movement of goods; 20. Derogation from the free movement of goods; 21. Citizenship: rights of free movement and residence; 22. Economic rights: workers, establishment and services; 23. Free movement: social rights; 24. Right to receive services; 25. Free movement of persons: limitations on grounds of public policy, public security, or public health; 26. The area of freedom, security and justice: EU home affairs law and policy; 27. Discrimination; 28. Introduction to competition policy; MARKET; 29. Element of competition law in the internal market; 30. Intellectual property rights and the internal market; 31. Restrictions on State aid
EU Law by Josephine Steiner
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