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Knowing how to apply EC law is essential for legal practitioners in all fields. For example, practitioners may be aware of a relevant provision of EC law, but may not be sure what remedies it gives rise to and how to gain access to them.
Remedies in EC Law: Law Practice in the English and EC Courts provides authoritative commentary on how to apply the law in practical situations. It demonstrates how EC law applies in the English courts; the remedies available in English courts for breach of EC law; and the remedies available in EC courts for breach of EC law.
To add to the specialist analysis, the book contains precedents and sample pleadings - plus a new table of procedural rules and over 150 new cases with full references.
Fully updated, this edition alerts practitioners to significant developments and includes analysis of:-
* The liability of the state in damages (Brasserie du Pecheur v Germany, R v Sec of State for Transport ex p Factortame Ltd, R v HM Treasury exp BT plc and R v Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries ex p Hedley Lomas (Ireland) Ltd.
* The setting aside of national procedural rules (eg Emmot, Steenhorst-Neerings, Rewe and Comet)