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Human Rights in Contemporary European Law Volume 6

Edited by: Joakim Nergelius, Eleonor Kristoffersson

ISBN13: 9781849464833
Published: December 2014
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Arising from the work of two well-attended seminars, this new volume concentrates on highly topical issues in European Law current problems in the enforcement of human rights in Europe, and the Accession of EU to the European Convention on Human Rights.

Among the topics dealt with are, apart from the accession issue, questions related to the enforcement of the Charter of Fundamental Rights, Human Rights as General Principles of Law, specific issues like the Double Jeopardy Clause in relation to Swedish Tax Law, Horizontal Effect or so-called Drittwirkung of Human Rights and the increased role of Judicial and Constitutional Review in Swedish courts. The book should be of value for any reader with an interest in such matters.

Contributors: Professor Antonina Bakardjieva-Engelbrekt; Professor Ulf Bernitz; Professor Iain Cameron; former Strasbourg Judge, Public Ombudsman Elisabeth Fura-Sandstrom; Professor Xavier Groussot; Professor Par Hallstrom; Associate Professor Marta Johansson; Professor Eleonor Kristoffersson; Former Judge Pernilla Lindh; Associate Professor Johan Lindholm; Associate Professor Andreas Moberg; Professor Joakim Nergelius; Professor Kerstin Nordlof; Associate Professor Filippo Valguarnera; and LL.D., Director Eric Wennerstrom.

Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Contents:
1. Human Rights in EU Law 2014: Two Key Cases of 2013 Joakim Nergelius
2. Accession of the EU to the ECHR: A Legally Complex Situation Xavier Groussot and Eric Stavefeldt
3. Certain Points of View with Regard to the Accession of the EU to the Convention from the Perspective of the Court of Justice of the European Union Pernilla Lindh
4. The Legal Framework of the EU's Human Rights Strategy Andreas Moberg
5. Balance or Clash of Legal Orders-Some Notes on Margin of Appreciation Par Hallstrom
6. Judicial Review in Sweden-Some General Observations Regarding the Case Law from the Swedish Domestic Courts Karin Ahman
7. EU Accession to the European Convention on Human Rights-the Creation of a European Legal Space for Human Rights? Erik Wennerstrom
8. State (In)capacity to Prevent Human Trafficking: Adequate Responses to the Market for Servitude and Forced Labour, et al Marta C Johansson
9. Ne Bis in Idem and the European Legal Tsunami of 2013: A Vision from the Bench Ola Zetterquist
10. Effective Sanctions as the One-dimensional Limit to the Ne Bis in Idem Principle in EU Law Magnus Gulliksson
11. The Akerberg Fransson Case Ulf Bernitz
12. The Future of the Swedish Tax Sanction System after Ne Bis in Idem Eleonor Kristoffersson

Series: Swedish Studies in European Law

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