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Yearbook of European Law: Vol 16

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ISBN13: 9780198764991
ISBN: 0198764995
Published: July 1999
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This is the 16th volume of this series. The book contains annual surveys of EC Law and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, together with articles written by leading academics in the field. The European Library describes the publication as a fundamental work for jurists, but also for any reader wishing to keep informed and for those following the commercial integration of Europe.

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Contents:
Pavlos Eleftheriadis, the direct effect of community law - conceptual issues; Imelda Maher, alignment of competition laws in the European Community; Anne Marie Lofaso, pretermination job rights of British workers affected by collective redundancies; Ami Barav, state liability in damages for breach of Community Law in the National Courts; Steve Peers, national security and European law; Martin Hedemann-Robinson, third country nationals, European Union citizenship and free movement of persons - a time for bridges rather than divisions; Rolf Wagenbaur and Richard Wainwright, European Community energy policy; Tom Burns, law reform in the European Community and its limits; Koen Lenaerts and Eddy de Smijter, the European Community's conventional external relations; Paulo Borba Casella, integration in the Americas - an overview; Stephen Weatherill, compulsory notification of technical regulations - the contribution of Directive 83/189 to the management of the internal market. Surveys: Kieran St C Bradley, legal developments in the European Parliament; Adrian Briggs, the Brussels Convention; Damian Chalmers, environmental law; Steve Peers, common and foreign security policy 1995-6; Aidan Robertson, intellectual property; Ian S Forrester and Christopher Norall, competition law; Paul Davies and Mark Freedland, European Union employment and social policy; Hans-Jurgen Bartsch, Council of Europe - legal co-operation in 1996; Colin Warbrick, European Convention on Human Rights; Book Reviews; Table of Cases.