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EU Procedural Law provides a rigorously structured analysis of the system of judicial protection in the European Union and the procedure before the Union Courts (the Court of Justice and the General Court). It examines the various types of proceedings which may be brought before the Union Courts, such as the actions for infringement, annulment, failure to act, and damages, along with special forms of procedure involving, for example, interim relief, appeals, staff cases, and intellectual property rights. It also addresses the relationship between the Court of Justice and the national courts through the preliminary ruling procedure and the interplay between European Union law and the national procedural and remedial frameworks more generally. Throughout, this book takes account of important jurisprudential and institutional developments, including the restructuring of the EU judicial system and reforms in the procedure of the Union Courts.
In its second edition, this thoroughly updated work will continue to be the first port of call for practitioners, civil servants, and academics seeking guidance on the various components of EU procedural law.