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Building the European Union

The Jurist’s View of the Union’s Evolution

Editor(s): Koen Lenaerts, Nuno Piçarra, Carla Farinhas, Alessandro Marciano, Frédérique Rolin
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Published: 23-09-2021
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 288
ISBN: 9781509930852
Imprint: Hart Publishing
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About Building the European Union

This book charts the evolution of EU law (both internal market and institutional law) through the jurisprudence of one of its leading jurists. Few have as close an eye-witness view of the evolution of European Union law as judges at the ECJ. They not only observe, however, but actively work towards its development. This collection assesses the momentous contribution to European Union law made by José Luís da Cruz Vilaça. Taking those areas of law which were directly shaped by his judgments (institutional law/internal market/free movement of persons and judicial review), leading scholars assess his legacy. Through this prism, the story of EU law can be charted.

Table Of Contents

PART I
EU LEGAL ORDER
1. The Intersection between the Uniform Application of EU Law and the Limitation of Sovereign Rights in the Jurisprudence of the CJEU
Constantinos Lycourgos, Judge at the Court of Justice of the European Union
2. The Scope of the Principle of the Autonomy of the European Union Legal Order: Recent Developments
Ricardo da Silva Passos, Judge at the General Court of the European Union
3. The Influence of Common Lawyers on European Union Law
Vassilios Skouris, Emeritus Professor. Former President of the Court of Justice of the European Union
4. Brexit after the Event: Problems Predicted, Problems Unresolved?
Ian S Forrester, University of Glasgow and Master of the Bench, Middle Temple, UK
5. The Interplay between EU Law and WTO Law: When the Legality of EU Acts is at Stake
Carla Farinhas, Cruz Vilaca Advogados

PART II
EU POLICIES
1. Persons
6. The External Dimension of Union Citizenship in Extradition
Koen Lenaerts, Court of Justice of the European Union and University of Leuven, Belgium
7. Some Notes on the Fundamental Right to Liberty and Security of Person in the EU Legal Order
Nuno Piçarra, Court of Justice of the European Union
8. L'arret C. K. c/ Slovenie: Une Importante Contribution a l'humanisation du «Systeme de Dublin»
Hubert de Verdelhan, Court of Justice of the European Union

2. Competition
9. The Limits of Collusion under Article 101(1) TFEU
Francisco Costa-Cabral, Tilburg Law and Economics Center, The Netherlands
10. EU Competition Law and Parental Liability: The Akzo II Case
Ricardo Oliveira, PLMJ, Portugal and Sara Estima Martins, SRS Advogados, Portugal
11. The ECJ Intel Judgment and the Assessment of Fidelity Rebates
Carlos Botelho Moniz, Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados, Portugal
12. Towards 170 Years of Competition Policy in Portugal: Past and Future Perspectives in Light of the Implementation of the ECN+ Directive
Maria João Melícias, Portuguese Competition Authority

PART III
IN COURTS WE TRUST
13. Dealing with Privilege Claims in International Arbitration: A Pragmatic Approach
José Miguel Júdice, International Chamber of Commerce and Ana Coimbra Trigo, PLMJ, Portugal
14. La saga Kendrion–Gascogne: Vous avez dit «duree raisonnable»?
Melchior Wathelet, Court of Justice of the European Union
15. The Right of any Court or Tribunal of a Member State to Request a Preliminary Ruling from the Court of Justice of the European Union
Rosario Silva de Lapuerta, Court of Justice of the European Union
16. Les relations entre juridictions en Europe
Antonio Tizzano, Court of Justice of the European Union
17. The Dialogue between Courts in the so-called Taricco Saga
Alessandro Marciano, Court of Justice of the European Union
18. De l'articulation entre renvoi prejudiciel en validite et recours en annulation: Pour une lecture constructive de l'arret Georsgmarienhutte
Frédérique Rolin, Court of Justice of the European Union

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