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Lasok's European Court Practice and Procedure

By: K P E Lasok
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Published: 17-03-2017
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Edition: 3rd
Extent: 1888
ISBN: 9781526502285
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
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About Lasok's European Court Practice and Procedure

When the European Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance drafts its own procedural rules, and when it makes decisions on procedural matters, it turns to Paul Lasok's highly regarded book for confirmation and guidance. It is therefore an essential work of reference and practical advice for all legal practitioners preparing a case to be heard before the European Court of Justice. The third edition has been updated and amended to take account of the changes to the jurisdiction and procedure of the Court of First Instance, plus the significant changes brought about by the signing of the Treaty of Nice in order to reduce the increasing workload of the European Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Judicial institutions and bodies
Chapter 2 General outline of procedure
Chapter 3 Parties
Chapter 4 Representation and legal aid
Chapter 5 Intervention
Chapter 6 Procedural issues
Chapter 7 Admissibility
Chapter 8 Interim relief
Chapter 9 Pleading
Chapter 10 Evidence
Chapter 11 Measures of enquiry
Chapter 12 Exclusion of evidence
Chapter 13 Rules of evidence
Chapter 14 Costs
Chapter 15 Appeals and review procedures
Chapter 16 Judgments and decisions of the Court
Chapter 17 Forms of action
Appendices
Appendix 1 Table of concordance of treaty provisions concerning the Court
Appendix 2 List of international conventions and agreements conferring jurisdiction on the Court
Appendix 3 Protocol on the Statute of the Court of Justice of the European Union
Appendix 4 Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice
Appendix 5 Supplementary Rules of the Court of Justice
Appendix 6 Decision of the Court of Justice of 23 October 2012 concerning the judicial functions of the Vice-President of the Court (2012/671/EU)
Appendix 7 Decision of the Court of Justice of 13 September 2011 on the lodging and service of procedural documents by means of e-Curia (2011/C 289/06)
Appendix 8 Recommendations to national courts and tribunals in relation to the initiation of preliminary ruling proceedings (2012/C 338/01)
Appendix 9 Practice Directions to parties concerning cases brought before the Court
Appendix 10 Rules of Procedure of the General Court
Appendix 11 Decision of the General Court of 14 September 2011 on the lodging and service of procedural documents by means of e-Curia (2011/C 289/07)
Appendix 12 Practice Rules for the Implementation of the Rules of Procedure of the General Court 1569
Appendix 13 Legal Aid Form General Court
Appendix 14 Rules of Procedure of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal
Appendix 15 Decision of the Civil Service Tribunal No 3/2011 taken at the Plenary Meeting on 20 September 2011 on the lodging and service of procedural documents by means of e-Curia (2011/C 289/08)
Appendix 16 Instructions to the Registrar of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal of 21 May 2014
Appendix 17 Practice Directions to Parties on Judicial Proceedings before the European Union Civil Service Tribunal of 21 May 2014
Appendix 18 Guide for Legal Aid Applicants and Standard Form of Application for Legal Aid
Appendix 19 e-Curia: Conditions of use applicable to parties' representatives
Appendix 20 e-Curia: Conditions of use applicable to assistants

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“It will be appreciated that an understanding of these procedural rules and this case law is essential for any lawyer conducting litigation in, or any advocate appearing before, the Luxembourg courts, whether a novice or a Luxembourg veteran... one comprehensive volume everything that a litigator or advocate could require on the EU courts' practice and procedure.” –  Matthew O'Reagan, Competition Law Journal

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