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An Ever-Changing Union? Perspectives on the Future of EU Law in Honour of Allan Rosas

Edited by: Koen Lenaerts, Jean-Claude Bonichot, Heikki Kanninen, Caroline Naome, Pekka Pohjankoski

ISBN13: 9781509923663
Published: November 2019
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Allan Rosas is one of the leading European Union jurists of a generation. His impact on the legal landscape of the EU has been immense. This collection brings together colleagues from the worlds of the judiciary, academia and practice, to grapple with one of the key questions underpinning his contribution: is the trajectory of EU law one of ever closer union? With essays exploring topics as diverse as national identity and European construction to Brexit, this collection is a fitting tribute to an unrivalled EU law career.

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
PART I: THE CHANGING UNION
1. The Court of Justice of the European Union and the Refugee Crisis
Koen Lenaerts
2. How Trustworthy is Mutual Trust? Opinion 2/13 Revisited
Christiaan Timmermans
3. National Identity and European Construction
José Narciso da Cunha Rodrigues
4. Nationality and Citizenship: Integration and Rights-Based Perspectives
Síofra O'Leary
5. EU Law and Sovereign Debt Relief
Miguel Poiares Maduro
6. Economic Governance in a Changing Union: Fiscal Rules and Market Discipline in the Euro Area
Olli Rehn
PART II: THE EU'S JUDICIAL ACTORS: EVOLVING ROLES
7. Judging at the Court of Justice of the European Union: Is there a Need for Dissenting Opinions?
Vassilios Skouris
8. The Future of the General Court Within the Court of Justice of the European Union
Heikki Kanninen
9. Judicial Dialogue between National Supreme Administrative Courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union
Niilo Jääskinen
10. Acts of Rebellion, or the Enemy Within? A Consideration of the Combative Ruling of the Supreme Court of Denmark and the Imperative of Genuine Judicial Dialogue
Lorna Armati
11. The Principle of Mutual Trust in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Some Reflections on its Corollaries
Clemens Ladenburger
12. Allan's Legal Battles before the Court, Acting as the Commission's Agent
Jean-Louis Dewost
PART III: RIGHTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN TIMES OF CHANGE
13. Balancing Security Reasons and the Adversarial Principle: The New Article 105 of the Rules of Procedure of the General Court
Marc Jaeger
14. The EU Citizens' Right to have Rights and the Courts' Duty to Protect it
Marek Safjan and Dominik Düsterhaus
15. From Daily Mail to Polbud: An 'Ever-Changing' Case Law on Cross-Border Mobility of Companies?
Küllike Jürimäe
16. Free Movement of Goods in a Changing Union: The Evolving Relationship Between Fundamental Rights, Grounds of Justification and Mandatory Requirements
Heidi Kaila
17. Religion in the Workplace: When is Enforcing a Religious Ethos Acceptable? and When is Neutrality Discrimination?
Eleanor Sharpston
18. The Impact of Austerity on the Protection of Human Rights
Philip Alston
PART IV: EU EXTERNAL RELATIONS AND NEW HORIZONS
19. The European Union's Accession to the Istanbul Convention
Sacha Prechal
20. The Exercise of Non-Exclusive Competence of the EU and the Conclusion of International Agreements
Joni Heliskoski
21. Extradition and EU Law: An Unexpected 'Pas de Deux'
Jean-Claude Bonichot
22. Expulsion of a Member State from the European Union: Ultimate Remedy?
Pekka Pohjankoski
23. The Lessons of Brexit
David Edward
24. From Rome to Lisbon and from Lisbon to Brexit
Aindrias Ó Caoimh