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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Wyatt and Dashwood's European Union Law 6th ed isbn 9781849461269

Wyatt and Dashwood: European Union Law 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9780421925601
ISBN: 0421925604
New Edition ISBN: 9781849461269
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421680407
Published: September 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

New for the 5th Edition:-

  • New chapters on the Constitutional Treaty, Corporate Establishment and Cross Border Investment, Citizenship, Fundamental Rights, and the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
  • Key recent case law from the European Courts
  • Recent developments in EU citizenship rights and the new residency directive of 2004 (in force 2006)
  • Accession treaties 2003 and 2005 and transitional arrangements for EU 10 workers
  • Company law harmonisation and its contribution to the internal market and the removal of obstacles to cross frontier activity caused by national tax rules
  • Harmonisation of labelling rules and the need to enforce mutual recognition through Community legislation
  • Regulation 1/2003, radically restructuring the enforcement of Arts 81-82
  • The new Community framework for state aid in the form of public service compensation
  • The impact of the Treaty of Nice and the Treaties of Accession
  • The EU's Charter of Fundamental Rights, looking at the background to the Charter's drafting and its incorporation in the new Constitutional Treaty
  • Policy developments such as the Commission's latest Internal Market Strategy

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EU Law
Part One: Historical Introduction
From the Founding Treaties to the EU Constitution
Part Two: The Constitutional Order
Institutions of the European Union
The Legislative Process
Union Competences
Part Three: Constitutional Principles
Sources Supremacy and Direct Effect of Union Law
Remedies for breach of Community Law
General Principles of Law and Fundamental Rights
The Charter of Fundamental Rights
The Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe
European Community and European Union
Part Four: Jurisdiction of the Community Courts
Judicial Architecture and Judicial Method
Direct Actions
Preliminary Rulings
Part Five: The Fundamental Rights of Union Citizens, the Internal Market and Beyond
Free Movement of Goods I - Customs Duties and Discriminatory Internal Taxation
Free Movement of Goods II - Quantitative Restrictions and Measures having equivalent effect
Union Citizenship and the Rights to Move and Reside in the Union
Freedom of Movement for Workers
The Right of Establishment and the Freedom to provide Services
Corporate Establishment, Cross Border Acquisitions, Company Law Harmonisation, and the effect of ational; Tax Rules on the Internal Market
Completion of the Internal Market
Economic and Monetary Union
Part Six: Competition Policy
Introduction to the Rules on Competition
Restrictive Practices
Abuse of a Dominant Position
Application of Articles 81 and 82
State Aids
Public and entrusted Undertakings