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Constitutionalising the EU Judicial System

Essays in Honour of Pernilla Lindh

Editor(s): Pascal Cardonnel, Allan Rosas, Nils Wahl
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Published: 20-08-2012
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 536
ISBN: 9781849463362
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £90.00
 

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Loren Epson

About Constitutionalising the EU Judicial System

These essays, written in honour of retired ECJ judge Pernilla Lindh, reflect on the development of courts and judging in the EU since the founding of the Union. In particular they focus on recent reforms and proposals aimed at further increasing public confidence and democratic accountability throughout the EU judicial system.

Table Of Contents

PART I THE EUROPEAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM
1. The Court of Justice of the European Union: A Judiciary in a Constant State of Transformation
Vassilios Skouris
2. Multilevel Judicial Co-operation
Christiaan Timmermans
3. Private Parties' Access to the Courts of Regional Economic Integration Organisations: A Comparative Analysis
Marc Jaeger
4. From Diplomacy to Judicialisation? – Some Thoughts on EU–Swiss Relations
Carl Baudenbacher
5. 20 Years On: Some Reflections on the European Economic Area Judicial Mechanism
Sven Norberg
6. A Special Relationship: The EU and the Hague Conference on Private International Law
Jörg Pirrung
7. Subsidiarity as a Legal Concept
David Edward
8. The National Judge as EU Judge: Opinion 1/09
Allan Rosas
9. Issues of EU Law raised by National Courts of their Own Motion
Aindrias Ó Caoimh
10. Some Reflections on Mutual Recognition in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
Lars Bay Larsen
11. Administrative Law as a Key to Market Integration?
Jörgen Hettne
12. French Administrative Courts and Union Law
Jean-Claude Bonichot
13. Preliminary References and Swedish Courts: What Explains the Continuing Restrictive Attitude?
Ulf Bernitz
14. The Swedish Market Court
Christer H:son Fallenius
PART II CITIZENSHIP AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
15. Apropos European Citizenship: The Right to Move and Reside Freely
José Narciso da Cunha Rodrigues
16. 'Civis Europaeus Sum': From the Cross-border Link to the Status of Citizen of the Union
Koen Lenaerts
17. Zambrano, An Unexpected Ruling
Paolo Mengozzi
18. Citizenship and Fundamental Rights – Pandora's Box or a Natural Step Towards Maturity?
Eleanor Sharpston
19. The European Arrest Warrant: The Impact of the Charter
Fidelma Macken
20. The Scope of Application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the Member States
Heidi Kaila
21. The Charter and the Future Contours of EU Social and Employment Law
Síofra O'Leary
22. How is the EU Concept of Discrimination Implemented and Applied in Sweden?
Anna Falk
23. Age Discrimination – Four Nordic Cases
Martin Johansson
PART III PROCEDURE AND DUE PROCESS
24. Thoughts on Proportionality and Coherence in the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice
Thomas von Danwitz
25. Unlimited Jurisdiction: What Does it Mean Today?
Alexander Arabadjiev
26. Due Process in European Competition Procedure: A Fundamental Concept or a Mere Formality?
Hans Henrik Lidgard
27. Rights of Defence in Cartel Proceedings: Some Ideas for Manageable Improvements
Javier Ruiz Calzado and Gianni de Stefano
28. The Technische Glaswerke Ilmenau Ruling: A Step Backwards forTransparency in EU Competition Cases?
Olivier Speltdoorn
29. Transparency – An Everlasting Challenge for the European Union
Virpi Tiili

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