Yearbook of European Law 2009

Kilka dni temu ukazał się najnowszy, już 28-my tom rocznika Yearbook of European Law. W zbiorach Biblioteki w Natolinie znajduje się kompletny zasób tego rocznika, począwszy od tomu 1-ego wydanego w roku 1981.

Spis treści:

I. Articles -- The Visible Hand of European Regulatory Private Law - The Transformation of European Private Law from Autonomy to Functionalism in Competition and Regulation / Hans-W. Micklitz -- Beyond Enchantment - The Possibility of a New European Private Law / Leone Niglia -- European Social Law as an Autonomous Legal Discipline / Nicola Countouris -- Corporate Mobility in Private International Law and European Community Law: Debunking Some Myths / Christiana HJI Panayi -- The EU Payment Services Directive: An Outsider’s View / Benjamin Geva -- Community Agencies, Competition Law, and ECSB Initiatives on Securities Clearing and Settlement / Takis Tridimas -- The Takeover Bids Directive: An Opportunity for Europe or Simply a Compromise? / Chiara Mosca -- Reforming the ‘CAP’: From Vertical to Horizontal Harmonization / Robert Schutze -- The Preliminary Reference Procedure and Questions of International and National Law / Morten Broberg -- Retrench and Reform: The Action for Damages / Jill Wakefield -- Of Celestial Motions and Gravitational Attractions: The Institutional Symbiosis between the European Ombudsman and the European Parliament / Alexandros Tsadiras -- The Influence of Foreign Law Cited in the Opinions of Advocates General on Community Law / Lee Faircloth Peoples -- The Principle of Comity and the Relationship between British Courts and the European Court of Human Rights / Merris Amos -- II. Challenging EU Counter-terrorism Measures before the Courts: An Assessment of The Kadi Judgment (contributions presented at the workshop ‘Challenging EU counter-terrorism measures before the courts’, organised by the Academy of European Law and the Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute, Florence, 19 December 2008) -- The Kadi Rulings: A Survey of the Literature / Sara Poli, Maria Tzanou -- EC Competence, ‘Smart Sanctions’, and the Kadi case / Marise Cremona -- Security Council Resolutions and EC Fundamental Rights: Some Remarks on the ECJ Decision in the Kadi Case / Enzo Cannizzaro -- The Potentially Competing Jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice / Annalisa Ciampi -- Are the Effects of the UN Charter under EC Law Governed by Article 307 of the EC Treaty? / Giorgio Gaja -- The Impact of the Kadi Judgment on the International Obligations of the EC Member States and the EC / Nikolaos Lavranos -- Freedom to Choose the Legal Means for Implementing UN Security Council Resolutions and the ECJ Kadi Judgment: A Misplaced Argument Hindering the Enforcement of International Law in the EC / Riccardo Pavoni -- Is the ECJ Ruling in Kadi Incompatible with International Law? / Martin Scheinin -- The Kadi Case: What Relationship is there between the Universal Legal Order under the Auspices of the United Nations and the EU Legal Order? / Christian Tomuschat -- The Role of the Judiciary in Times of Emergency: Judicial Review of Counter-Terrorism Measures in the United States Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice Federico / Fabbrini -- III. Reviews of Books -- Tables of Cases -- Tables of Legislation -- Index.

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