Wyatt and Dashwood s European Union Law

The book holds to its reputation as being both broad and profound, the ideal foundation for gaining a deep understanding of EU law. This edition reflects the law post-Lisbon.

Wyatt and Dashwood s European Union Law

Author: Alan Dashwood

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1847317669

Page: 1110

View: 933

First published 30 years ago, Wyatt and Dashwood's European Union Law was a landmark publication, designed and written for students taking degree level courses in EU law. In the intervening years new editions have appeared at regular intervals, firmly establishing the book as a reliable and authoritative text. Besides introducing generations of students to the intricacies of European law it has also been increasingly relied upon by scholars, practitioners and the courts as a valuable source of reference on this complex and ever-expanding body of law. While the book cannot cover every aspect of the subject matter, it nevertheless offers comprehensive coverage of those aspects of EU law most commonly studied at degree level. Part I introduces the history and foundations of the Union's primary law. Part II looks at the Union's institutions, decision-making procedures and competences. It also deals with the Union judiciary, focusing on direct actions before the Union courts and preliminary references from national courts. The constitutional fundamentals of direct effect and supremacy, effective judicial protection before national courts, general principles of Union law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights are dealt with in Part III. Part IV covers the internal market: free movement of goods, Union citizenship, workers, establishment and services, the services directive, mutual recognition of qualifications, corporate establishment and company law harmonisation. Part V deals with competition law: Articles 101 and 102 TFEU, the enforcement of Union competition rules and other related competition law issues. Part VI then includes a brand new chapter concerned with the EU's external relations, together with treatment of the legal effects of international agreements entered into by the EU. As with previous editions the aim is to provide an accurate, critical, pragmatic and original account of the subject, at times also offering unique insiders' insights. The book holds to its reputation as being both broad and profound, the ideal foundation for gaining a deep understanding of EU law. This edition reflects the law post-Lisbon. It has also been re-structured and re-designed, so as to facilitate ease-of-use. Its original authors, Derrick Wyatt and Alan Dashwood, continue to make a significant contribution. Michael Dougan, Eleanor Spaventa and Barry Rodger complete the team of authors working on this invaluable textbook and reference work. The 6th edition has already been cited in the Northern Ireland High Court by The Honourable Mr. Justice Bernard McCloskey [2011] NIQB 61.

Wyatt and Dashwood s European Union Law

Nutcases present the essential facts and key principles of the most important cases in clear straightforward language. This latest edition has been updated with the latest case law developments

Wyatt and Dashwood s European Union Law

Author: Anthony Arnull

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 1224

View: 169

Nutcases present the essential facts and key principles of the most important cases in clear straightforward language. This latest edition has been updated with the latest case law developments

Wyatt and Dashwood s European Community Law

Recoge: 1. Historical introduction - 2. Institutions and legal order - 3. The foundations of the Community - 4. Policies of the Community - 5. European Union.

Wyatt and Dashwood s European Community Law

Author: Derrick Wyatt

Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Uk

ISBN:

Page: 690

View: 196

Recoge: 1. Historical introduction - 2. Institutions and legal order - 3. The foundations of the Community - 4. Policies of the Community - 5. European Union.

Rudden and Wyatt s EU Treaties and Legislation

This is a new edition of Rudden & Wyatt's popular and well-established statute book of EU law.

Rudden and Wyatt s EU Treaties and Legislation

Author: Derrick Wyatt

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780199268689

Page: 488

View: 431

This is a new edition of Rudden & Wyatt's popular and well-established statute book of EU law. It provides a clear and accessible collection of all of the key EU treaties and legislation that students need to study in detail and, with no additional author commentary, the collection is an ideal reference book in exams.

The Legitimacy of The European Union through Legal Rationality

Re Execution of a German Arrest Warrant: Tsokas and Another [2007] 3 CMLR
24 Re Enforcementofa European Arrest ... Dashwood AA, Ross MG and Wyatt DA
Wyatt & Dashwood's European Union Law (4th edn Sweet & Maxwell 2000) ...

The Legitimacy of The European Union through Legal Rationality

Author: Richard Ball

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136011609

Page: 376

View: 227

Third country nationals (TCNs) play an important part in the economy of the European Union, reflected in the rights granted to them under European Union Law. Political expediency is however shaped by world, regional and domestic influences that in turn determine policy towards third country nationals and their legal rights to freedom of movement. This book examines the concept of political legitimacy within the European Union through the principles of legal rationality, focusing in particular on the European Union’s policy towards third country nationals. Richard Ball argues that for legal doctrine to be rational it must display the requirements of formal, instrumental and substantive rationality, each mutually exclusive and essential. In taking this position of legal rationality, the book focuses on free movement rights of TCNs within EU treaties and implementing legislation, the Area of Freedom Security and Justice, and Association Agreements. Ball concludes that the stance of European Union Law towards third country nationals lacks legitimacy, and suggests possible new directions that EU policy should take in the future.

The Concept of Legislation in European Community Law

For an overview of the different opinions see S. Prechal, Directives in European
Community Law (OUP, 2nd edn., 2005), pp. 226-229. Cited as Prechal (2005). 59
. A.M. Arnull, A.A. Dashwood, M.G. Ross & D.A. Wyatt, Wyatt & Dashwood's ...

The Concept of Legislation in European Community Law

Author: Alexander Türk

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041124721

Page: 257

View: 877

A notable trend in recent scholarship on the nature of the European Union and its democratic legitimacy focuses on the concept of `legislation and its employment within the European Community's legal system. In this remarkable work of synthesis, Alexander Tandürk exposes and elucidates the underlying uncertainty as to the meaning of the term, and even its legitimate use, within the Community's legal order. He arrives at a clear evaluation of the extent to which the concept of legislation can be applied in the EC through a comparative analysis of the British, French, and German constitutional systems, and proceeds to reveal and highlight aspects of the concept of legislation derived from this analysis appearing in areas of EC law. A number of crucially significant insights emerge, among them the following: the distinction between `legislation in form' and `legislation in substance'; defining the addressee of Community acts; judicial determination of the general application of an act; the relevance of the EU's system of functional (rather than personal) representation; and the co-decision and assent procedures of the EU institutions as `legislation in form. All those interested in the nature of the EC legal system and the state of its development will find this study richly rewarding. Building rigorously on detailed analysis of EC case law and on prior scholarship, the book shows the way to a new understanding of the relevance of the concept of legislation to the solution of some of the EU's most pressing legal issues.

WTO Law

See Alan Dashwood, Michael Dougan, Barry Rodger, Eleanor Spaventa &
Derrick Wyatt, Wyatt and Dashwood's European Union Law, 6th ed. (Hart
Publishing, 2011), 914–917. 14. See Damien Chalmers, Gareth Davies & Giorgio
Monti, ...

WTO Law

Author: Birgitte Egelund Olsen

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041141952

Page: 544

View: 593

The European Union (EU) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) share the distinction of having proven themselves as the two most successful large-scale international trade regulation regimes. This very useful book analyses the core legal concepts and rules that characterise the regulation of trade in the WTO. At the heart of the analysis is a comparison of WTO rules with parallel rules in the EU trade system, revealing how similar trade issues are dealt with in the two systems – a perspective that not only sheds light on how WTO law and EU law interact, but also greatly facilitates an understanding of the special features of WTO law for readers who are more familiar with EU law. Within this framework, the authors explore such key trade issues as the following: dispute settlement; implementation of judicial decisions and enforcement; principles of non-discrimination; trade in goods; non-discriminatory restrictions as barriers to trade; exceptions from trade-liberalisation obligations; trade and environmental protection;trade in agricultural products; conditions for applying safeguard and anti-dumping measures; prohibited and actionable subsidies; regulation of services; protection of intellectual property rights; regional trade agreements; special and differential treatments; government procurement; competition policy; and regulation of investment. As a timely and accessible analysis of the WTO and its interaction with the EU, this book is sure to be welcomed by international trade professionals, government officials, and interested academics, students, and researchers.

The Average Consumer in Confusion based Disputes in European Trademark Law and Similar Fictions

8 The principle of direct effect relates to the ability of “Union law to produce
independent legal effects within the national systems”9 whereas the ...
8Dashwood, Alan, 'Wyatt and Dashwood's European Union Law', (6th edn, Hart,
2011), p.

The Average Consumer in Confusion based Disputes in European Trademark Law and Similar Fictions

Author: Rasmus Dalgaard Laustsen

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030263509

Page: 435

View: 825

This book contends that, with regard to the likelihood of confusion standard, European trademark law applies the average consumer incoherently and inconsistently. To test this proposal, it presents an analysis of the horizontal and vertical level of harmonization of the average consumer. The horizontal part focuses on similar fictions in areas of law adjacent to European trademark law (and in economics), and the average consumer in unfair competition law. The vertical part focuses on European trademark law, represented mainly by EU trademark law, and the trademark laws of the UK, Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The book provides readers with a better understanding of key aspects of European trademark law (the average consumer applied as part of the likelihood of confusion standard) and combines relevant law and practices with theoretical content and other related areas of law (and economics). Accordingly, it is an asset for policymakers and practitioners, as well as general readers with an interest in intellectual property law and theory.

Rudden and Wyatt s EU Treaties and Legislation

This is a new edition of our popular and well-established handbook of EC legislation. The book provides a one-stop shop for those Community laws that students need to study in detail.

Rudden and Wyatt s EU Treaties and Legislation

Author: Bernard Rudden

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199249367

Page: 408

View: 772

This is a new edition of our popular and well-established handbook of EC legislation. The book provides a one-stop shop for those Community laws that students need to study in detail. This edition has been completely updated and the key feature will be the companion web site. Created to work alongside the text, the site will provide easy access to the complete Treaty of Nice - presented in individual themed sections to allow students and lecturers to download relevant information as required. Introductions and summaries will explain the relevance of the clauses and crossreference to the materials in the text, highlighting those current Statutes that will be outmoded once the Treaty is enforced. This will ensure that the book will remain relevant, even if there is a sudden legislative change to the current legal system. Materials will be free to download and the web site will also feature useful web links to the Europa site to encourage further research.

International Territorial Administration

24 In 1999 , two plenary administration projects were conceived : the Kosovo of
the European Union ( Longman , 1997 ) , 28 – 39 ; A Arnull , A Dashwood , M
Ross , and D Wyatt , Wyatt & Dashwood ' s European Union Law ( 4th edn ,
Sweet ...

International Territorial Administration

Author: Ralph Wilde

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Page: 607

View: 975

International trusteeship and the civilizing mission never ended with the self-determination entitlement that led to decolonization in the second half of the 20th century. International organizations, whose modern form emerged during the height of colonialism, took on this role in the "post-colonial" era, internationalizing trusteeship and re-legitimizing it as a feature of international public policy into the bargain. Through analysis of the history of and purposes associated with the involvement of international organizations in territorial administration, such as the recent UN missions in Kosovo and East Timor, a comparison between this activity and colonial trusteeship, the Mandates and Trusteeship arrangements, and an exploration of the modern ideas of international law and public policy that underpin and legitimize contemporary interventions, this book relates a new history of the concept of international trusteeship. From British colonialist Lord Lugard's "dual mandate" to the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina Lord Ashdown's "state-building" agenda, wide-ranging links between the complex peace operations of today and the civilizing mission of the colonial era are established, offering a historical, political and legal framework within which the legitimacy of and challenges faced by complex interventions can be appraised. This new history of international trusteeship raises important questions about the role of international law and organizations in facilitating relations of domination and tutelage, and necessitates a re-evaluation of the current significance of the self-determination entitlement.

Law Books in Print

Wustefeld , B. * Law dictionary - technical dictionary of the Anglo - American
terminology including commercial and political ... Remak ; 1993 1c Wyatt , Derrick
; Dashwood , Alan Wyatt and Dashwood : European Community law . , 3rd ed .

Law Books in Print

Author: Nicholas Triffin

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780878020409

Page:

View: 626

European Access

Mike Cuthbert is a senior tutor in law at the University College , Northampton
Arnull , A . M . et al . Wyatt and Dashwood ' s European Union Law , 4th ed .
Sweet & Maxwell , 2000 ISBN : 0 - 421 - 68040 - 7 £28 . 95 19 Law of The
European ...

European Access

Author:

Publisher:

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The State of the European Union

( eds ) Liber Amicorum Pierre Peseatore , 1988 , Nomos : 167 ; Dashwood in
Schwarze ( ed . ) , Legislation for Europe 1992 , 1989 , Nomos : 79 ; Wyatt and
Dashwood , European Community Law , 3rd ed . , 1993 , Sweet & Maxwell : 44 to
46 .

The State of the European Union

Author: John Anthony Usher

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman Limited

ISBN:

Page: 259

View: 893

This book provides an overall review of the state of the European Union at a critical time in its evolution, taking full account of the Treaty of Amsterdam, negotiations relating to the enlargement of the EU, and the reality of monetary union. The focus of the book is predominantly but not exclusively legal, and the interdisciplinary approach will ensure it is of interest to a broader constituency than just lawyers. Written by a team of law scholars of international repute, the book is based on the revised papers presented at the Thirteenth Anniversary Conference of the Europa Institute.*Interdisciplinary approach.*Wide ranging scope of topics, commenting on all key areas of European Union.

The External Relations of the European Communities

(Since 1994, the General Report is entitled General Report on the Activities of the
European Union). ... and P. Herzog, The Law of the European Community (New
York, 1976) D. Wyatt and A. A. Dashwood, European Community Law (3rd edn., ...

The External Relations of the European Communities

Author: Iain Macleod

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN:

Page: 432

View: 898

This book describes the rules and practices which govern the conduct of external relations of the European Communities and summarizes the current state of the Communities' activities in the external field. It should be of interest to anyone whose work or study takes them into contact with Community Law and International relations.

Understanding EU Law

Areeda , P . ( 1999 ) “ Essential Facilities : An Epithet in Need of Limiting
Principles " 58 Antitrust Law Journal 841 . ... Arnull , A . , Dashwood , A . , Ross ,
M . , Wyatt , D . ( 2000 ) Wyatt and Dashwood ' s European Union Law ( London :
Sweet ...

Understanding EU Law

Author: Erika M. Szyszczak

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 333

View: 113

The Understanding Law Series is a collection of introductions designed particularly with the new law student in mind.

Judicial Protection in the EC The Use of Article 288 2

... The Action for Damages in Community Law , ( The Hague / London / Boston ,
1997 ) , 129 - 151 A . Arnull , A . Dashwood , M . Ross , D . Wyatt , Wyatt and
Dashwood ' s European Union Law 4th Ed . ( London , 2000 ) A . Barav , “
Omnipotent ...

Judicial Protection in the EC The Use of Article 288  2

Author: Jill Wakefield

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Page: 356

View: 800

The last decade has seen an evisceration of the once-dominant democratic legal concept of "public interest". Its place is being steadily usurped by a problematic "compensation culture" which, in an ostensible effort to protect the individual, is wreaking havoc with the principles of responsibility and liability that underlie the rule of law, especially in the commercial context. Nowhere is this troubling development more evident than in the jurisprudence surrounding Article 288(2)EC, which has grown from a measure of sanction against the Community Institutions for maladministration into a remedy for infraction or injury through the fault of those Institutions or, by extension, as a result of Member State breach of Community law. Judicial Protection in the EC is the first in-depth analysis of this "hot spot" in EC law. With prodigious scholarship and persuasiveness, the author investigates the relevant case law of the Court of Justice from the standpoint of the fundamental legal principles involved. She finds that the distinct problem of the accountability of the Community Institutions, so important where democratic controls are weak, has been subsumed to the responsibility to compensate. In her penetrating commentary she identifies an erosion of basic democratic principles and points the way to ensuring that policies claimed to be in the public interest actually serve that public interest. Cases examined in detail include the "Isoglucose" cases, Brasserie, Factortame, SchandÖppenstedt, Bergaderm, LandÜtticke, and Eurocoton. The author refers extensively to the ECSC Treaty which, although it expires in July 2002, continues to provide significant authority for the interpretation of Article 288(2)EC.

A Guide to European Union Law

Further Reading D. Wyatt and A. Dashwood , European Community Law , ( 3rd
ed . , Sweet & Maxwell , London , 1993 ) . Pavlos Eleftheriadis , “ Aspects of
European Constitutionalism ” , ( 1996 ) 21 E.L.Rev . 32 . Mark Hoskins , “ Tilting
the ...

A Guide to European Union Law

Author: P. S. R. F. Mathijsen

Publisher: Carswell Legal Publications

ISBN:

Page: 537

View: 857

This is a comprehensive overview of the European Union's institutions, their functions and the substantive law. Available in one volume, it should give the reader a first-stop introduction to EU Law. It is easily accessible to both the student and inexperienced professional, by being uncluttered with technical jargon. Each chapter contains a selected reading list of publications, enabling the reader to extend their knowledge if required.