An Introduction to European Law by Robert Schütze

By Robert Schütze

Thought-provoking and available in technique, this booklet bargains a vintage advent to eu legislations. Taking a transparent structural framework, it courses the coed in the course of the subject's middle parts from its construction and enforcement to the workings of the interior market.

A flowing writing sort combines with using illustrations and diagrams during the textual content to make sure the scholar is familiar with even the main complicated of ideas. This succinct and enlightening evaluate is needed interpreting for all scholars of ecu legislation.

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Commission, [2010] ECR I-6375 100 Case C-34/09, Zambrano v. Office national de l’emploi, (nyr) 92–3 Joined Cases C-92 and 93/09, Schecke and Eifert, (nyr) 101 Case C-173/09, Elchinov v. Natsionalna zdravnoosiguritelna kasa, (nyr) 159 (b) European Court of Justice: Opinions (numerical) Opinion 1/75 (Local Cost Standard), [1975] ECR 1355 54, 76–7 Opinion 1/76 (Laying-Up Fund), [1977] ECR 741 54, 72, 78 Opinion 1/78 (Natural Rubber Agreement), [1979] ECR 2871 54 Opinion 1/91 (EFTA Agreement), [1991] ECR I-6079 54 Opinion 2/91 (ILO Convention 170), [1993] ECR I-1061 54, 72–3 Opinion 1/92 (EFTA Agreement II), [1992] ECR I-2821 54 Opinion 2/92 (Third Revised OECD Decision), [1995] ECR I-521 54, 78 Opinion 1/94 (WTO Agreement), [1994] ECR I-5267 54, 77–8 Opinion 2/94 (Accession to ECHR), [1996] ECR I-1759 54, 69–70 Opinion 3/94 (Banana Framework Agreement), [1995] ECR I-4577 54 Opinion 1/00 (European Common Aviation Area), [2002] ECR I-3493 54 Opinion 2/00 (Cartagena Protocol) [2002] ECR I-9713 54 Opinion 1/03 (Lugano Convention), [2006] ECR I-1145 54, 79 Opinion 1/08 (GATS), (nyr) 54 Opinion 1/09 (European Patent Court), (nyr) 54 (c) General Court: Cases (numerical) Case T-30/89, Hilti AG v.

Inevitably, some aspects will not be covered, others only marginally. Nevertheless, this “Introduction to European Law” will deal with all essential aspects of this complex area. And by concentrating on the “essence” of the subject, the book aims to help seeing the proverbial “wood” instead of the trees. For these European trees are ever growing and multiplying, and it is no wonder that many a student might get lost in the legal undergrowth! But if there is a second wish which this “Introduction to European Law” has, it is also to make the reader “thirsty” for more.

The two institutions that do not – at first sight – seem to directly correspond to “national” institutions are the (European) Council and the Commission. The name “Council” represents a reminder of the “international” origins of the European Union, but the institution can equally be found in the governmental structure of Federal States. It will be harder to find the name “Commission” among the public institutions of States, where the executive is typically referred to as the “government”. By contrast, central banks and courts of auditors exist in many national legal orders.

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