Yearbook of European Law: Volume 17: 1997

Hardcover | January 1, 1999

EditorAmi Barav, Derrick Wyatt

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This is the seventeenth volume of an extremely successful series. The yearbook contains highly respected annual surveys, together with articles written by leading academics in the field, and through its commitment to consistently high standards, it is well established as an essential tool forall practitioners and scholars of EC law. European Library describe the publication as 'a fundamental work for jurists, but also for any reader wishing to keep informed', and Lloyds Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly state that it is 'an authoritative and readable account, essential reading forthose following the commercial integration of Europe.'

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This is the seventeenth volume of an extremely successful series. The yearbook contains highly respected annual surveys, together with articles written by leading academics in the field, and through its commitment to consistently high standards, it is well established as an essential tool forall practitioners and scholars of EC law. ...

Professor Ami Barav is a member of the Paris Bar and a Professor of Law at the University of Paris. Professor Derrick Wyatt is a practising barrister and a Professor of Law at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.

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Format:HardcoverPublished:January 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198268831

ISBN - 13:9780198268833

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ArticlesMargaret Gray: A Recalcitrant Partner: The UK Reaction to the Working Time DirectiveMark Attew: The Europeanization of Domestic Competition LawKelyn Bacon: State Aids and General MeasuresLorna Woods and Jeremy Scholes: Broadcasting: the Creation of a European Culture or the Limits of the Internal Market?Carole Lyons: A Voyage around Article 8: An Historical and Comparative Evaluation of the Fate of European Union CitizenshipChristiaan Timmermans: Community Directives RevisitedGeraint Howells and Thomas Wilhelmsson: EC and US Approaches to Consumer Protection - Should the Gap Be Bridged?Helen Toner: Thinking the Unthinkable? State Liability for Judicial Acts after Factortame IIIGeert Van Calster: The EU's Tower of Babel - The Interpretation by the European Court of Justice of Equally Authentic Texts drafted in more than one Official LanguageDuncan Matthews: The Framework Directive on Community Water Policy: A New Approach for EC Environmental LawEnzo Cannizzaro: Producing `Reverse Discrimination' through the Exercise of EC CompetencesLinda Hiljemark: Enforcement of EC Competition Law in National Courts: The Perspective of Judicial ProtectionSurveysKieran St C Bradley: Legal Developments in the European ParliamentAdrian Briggs: The Brussels ConventionDamian Chalmers: Environmental LawSteve Peers: Common Foreign Security Policy 1997Aidan Robertson: Intellectual PropertyCatherine Barnard and Tamara Hervey: Competition LawHans-Jurgen Bartsch: Council of Europe - Legal Cooperation in 1996Murray Hunt: The European Convention on Human RightsBook Reviews