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52 p. ; 18 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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190 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
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304 p. : maps ; 21 cm.
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xviii, 595 p. : tab. ; 21 cm.
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149 p. ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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589 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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xi, 336 p. : ill., col. map ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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59 pages ; 30 cm
  • I. Introduction
  • II. La Cour européenne des Droits de l'Homme
  • III. Recevabilité des requêtes
  • IV. Représentation légale des requérants
  • V. Jurisprudence de la CEDH sur les droits des migrants et les procédures d'expulsion
  • VI. Défis et recommandations sur les stratégies contentieuses pour les droits de l'Homme des migrant(e)s africain(e)s expulsés des pays européens
  • VII. Références.
Green Library
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450 pages : color illustrations, color maps, portraits ; 26 cm.
he Search for Europe analyses the present and future of the old continent and its integration project, surely the most ambitious political and economic integration project ever attempted in history, a benchmark for similar processes in other regions. The book is divided into three main sections: "The economic foundations of the European project", "Europe and its nations: Politics, society and culture", and "The unresolved Limits of Europe and the new global powers". It features pieces written by international experts such as Javier Solana, Barry Eichengreen, Philip Cooke, Bichara Khader, Vivien Ann Schmidt, John Peet and Thomas Christiansen, among others.
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xxxiv, 184 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • The creation of a European union
  • Who runs the EU?
  • Sources of Union law
  • The relationship between Union law and the national legal systems
  • Enforcing Union law
  • Free movement of goods
  • Free movement of persons
  • Assessment.
Understanding European Union Law is both an ideal introduction for students new to EU law and an essential addition to revision for the more accomplished. It is also indispensable reading for students on business studies courses. Fully revised and updated, this sixth edition continues to look at the main themes of EU law in a straightforward and logical manner. Updated to discuss the UK's increasingly difficult relationship with the EU and recent developments in EU citizenship rights such as the Zambrano decision, this book provides the reader with a clear understanding of EU law, concentrating on how and why the law has developed as it has. A chapter on assessment guidance has been expanded to provide advice on revision, coursework and examinations on the subject of EU law. This student-friendly text is broad in scope and highly accessible, inspiring students toward further study and showing that understanding EU law can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138778641 20160619
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LAW-5005-01

11. European Union law [2015]

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cxiii, 946 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Part I. Constitutional Foundations: 1. Constitutional history: from Paris to Lisbon-- 2. Constitutional nature: a federation of states-- 3. European law: nature - direct effect-- 4. European law: nature - supremacy-- 5. Governmental structure: Union institutions I-- 6. Governmental structure: Union institutions II-- Part II. Governmental Powers: 7. Legislative powers: competences and procedures-- 8. External powers: competences and procedures-- 9. Executive powers: competences and procedures-- 10. Judicial powers I: European procedures-- 11. Judicial powers II: national procedures-- 12. Judicial powers III: EU fundamental rights-- Part III. Substantive Law-- Section 1. Internal Market: 13. Free movement of goods I: negative integration-- 14. Free movement of goods II: positive integration-- 15. Free movement of persons: workers and beyond-- 16. Free movement of services and capital-- Section 2. Union Policies: 17. Competition law I: private undertakings-- 18. Competition law II: state interferences-- 19. Internal policies: an overview-- 20. External policies: an overview.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107416536 20160618
Written with exceptional clarity, European Union Law constitutes a classic textbook for students and practitioners of European law. Using a clear structural framework, it guides readers through all the core constitutional and substantive topics of EU law, and provides in-depth coverage of the most important internal and external policy areas of the European Union. Extracts from classic case law are complemented with extensive and critical discussion of the theoretical and practical aspects of the European Union and its law, leading students to a deep understanding of the subject. Chapters are enriched with more than 100 colour figures and tables, which clarify complex topics and illustrate relationships and processes. Suggestions for further reading direct students to significant pieces of academic literature for deeper self-study, and a companion website with full 'Lisbonised' versions of the cases cited in the text completes the learning package.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107416536 20160618
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12. Foster on EU law [2015]

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lxx 446 pages : map ; 25 cm
  • The history and constitutional basis of the European Union
  • The Union institutions
  • The empowerment of the Union : transfer, division, and control of powers
  • EU law : sources, forms, and law-making
  • The supremacy of EU law
  • Ensuring EU laws are effective : remedies and Art 267 TFEU
  • The direct jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice
  • The free movement of goods
  • The free movement of persons
  • An introduction to EU competition policy and law
  • Sex discrimination law.
Nigel Foster provides a concise and clear explanation of EU law, offering an accessible entry point to the subject. Foster on EU Law offers an incisive account of the institutions and procedures of the EU alongside focused analysis of key substantive areas such as free movement of goods and services. This clear two-part structure provides students with a solid foundation in the mechanisms and applications of EU law, making it an ideal text for those new to the subject or looking for a concise guide to support further study in the area. This fully updated fifth edition includes extended discussion of key cases, along with new coverage of state aid and expanded coverage of some key areas, including the political context of the EU and EU decision-making. Online Resources Foster on EU Law is also accompanied by an Online Resource Centre which includes: * An interactive timeline and map of the European Union plus video footage to help improve your understanding of the key facts and developments in the history of the Union * Updates to help you stay on top of new case law and developments post-publication * Exam advice from the author, an experienced lecturer and examiner at UK and European universities, to help you maximise your EU law revision.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198727590 20160619
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Book
157 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
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lxvi, 1,044 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Capital-raising
  • Asset management
  • Investment firms and investment services
  • Trading venues
  • Trading
  • Gatekeepers
  • Market abuse
  • The retail markets
  • Law-making
  • Supervision and enforcement.
The Global Financial Crisis has re-ordered how the EU intervenes in the EU financial market, both with respect to regulation and with respect to supervision. After 5 years of a behemoth reform agenda, the new landscape is now clear. Rule-making power has decisively moved to the EU and radical reforms have been made to the organization of supervision. EU Securities and Financial Markets Regulation provides the first comprehensive, critical, and contextual account of the vast new rule-book which now applies to the EU financial market in the aftermath of the seismic reforms which have followed the financial crisis. Topics covered in-depth include the AIFMD, EMIR, the Short Selling Regulation, the new market abuse and transparency regimes, the rating agency regime, the UCITS IV-VI reforms, and MiFID II/MiFIR; the analysis is wide-reaching, extending to secondary legislation and relevant soft law. The book also examines the far-reaching institutional changes which have followed and considers in detail the role and impact of the European Securities and Markets Authority and the potential impact of the Single Supervisory Mechanism for euro area banks on the supervision of the EU financial market. EU Securities and Financial Markets Regulation is the third edition of the highly successful and authoritative monograph first published as EC Securities Regulation. Almost entirely recast and re-written from the 2008 second edition to reflect the changes wrought by the Global Financial Crisis, it adopts the in-depth contextual and analytical approach of earlier editions and so considers the market, political, international, institutional, and constitutional context of the new regulatory and supervisory regime, and the underlying forces which have (and will continue to) shape it.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199664344 20160618
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lxx, 1163 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • The European directives relating to issue and trading of securities / Lachlan Burn
  • Equity / Raj Panasar, Angela Berti, Luis de Carlos, Javier Redonet, Uria
  • Debt offerings and programmes / Mark Trapell, Eric Phillips
  • Private placements / Charles Howarth
  • Liability for London listing / Kathy Hughes
  • Takeovers and stakebuilding / Tim Lewis, Graham Gibb
  • Special considerations for non-EU issuers / Andrew R. Thompson
  • Underwriting practice and procedure / Simon Witty, Will Pearce, Dan Hirschovits
  • Austria / Florian Khol, Mathias Burger
  • Belgium / Jean-Pierre Blumberg, Filip Lecoutre
  • Denmark / Christian Lundgren, pernille Høstrup Dalhoff
  • Finland / Petri Haussila, Petri Avikainen
  • France / Marie-Laurence Tibi
  • Germany / Mark Strauch
  • Ireland / Cian McCourt, Lyndsey Falconer
  • Italy / Pietro Fioruzzi, Eugenion S. de Nardis, Nicole B. Puppieni, Fabio Saccone
  • Luxembourg / Philippe Hoss
  • The Netherlands / Derk Lemstra, Marius Josephus Jitta
  • Portugal / Carlos Costa Andrade, Ana Sá Couto
  • Spain / Luis de Carlos, Marta Rios
  • Sweden / Emil Bostrőm
  • United Kingdom / Raj Panasar, Sebastian Cameron.
This new edition continues to provide a comprehensive source of knowledge and practical know-how about the regulation and operation of the securities markets in Europe. This work covers the main body of community-level legislation regulating the securities markets in Europe, consisting principally of the Prospectus Directive, the Transparency Directive, the Takeover Directive, the Market Abuse Directive and MiFID. It addresses the application of these regulations in the context of public and private capital-raising activities (equity and debt), trading activities, takeovers of publicly traded companies and the liabilities associated therewith. Particular considerations for non-EU issuers are covered. An introductory section (Part I) gives readers a critical overview of the European legislative process and regulatory framework, including the key provisions of the Directives. More detailed analysis of the issues of disclosure (both initial and ongoing) and investor protection follows. Part II examines how the most common types of transactions (IPOs, debt offerings and programmes, private placements, takeovers and stakebuilding) are planned and conducted under the applicable legislation. It highlights the key issues, concerns and uncertainties that arise in practice and how experienced professionals commonly address them. There is further detailed examination of liability for listing in London and particular considerations for non-EU issuers. Key facts regarding processes in select member states are noted throughout the section (for example, a chart showing the distinct process involved in passporting a prospectus into different member states). Additionally, a new chapter has been included on underwriting practice. Part III consists of a streamlined, country-by-country discussion focusing on issues that arise in the context of real transactions as a result of the manner in which community-level legislation has been transposed or interpreted in the relevant member state or the application of other national legislation. This work is an essential resource for all lawyers advising on securities, whether for clients based in Europe or for non-EU issuers in Europe.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199685608 20160618
Law Library (Crown)

16. Unlocking EU law [2014]

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lxvii, 522 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • The origins and character of EU law
  • The development from community to union
  • the political and legal institutions of the European Union
  • The sources of EU law
  • The legislative process
  • Enforcement of EU law (through 'direct' and 'indirect' actions)
  • Article 267 TFEU and the preliminary reference procedure
  • The relationship between EU law and national law : supremacy
  • The relationship between EU law and national law : direct effect
  • The internal market
  • Citizenship of the union
  • The free movement of workers
  • Freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide and receive services under Articles 49 and 56 TFEU
  • The free movement of goods and Articles 34 and 35 TFEU
  • Article 28 TFEU and customs tariffs and Article 110 TFEU and discriminatory internal taxation
  • EU competition law
  • Social policy
  • Discrimination law and Article 157
  • The wider social influence of the EU.
European Law is a core element of all law degrees in England and Wales. Unlocking EU Law will ensure you grasp the main concepts with ease, providing you with an essential foundation for further study or practice. This new fourth edition is fully up-to-date with the latest developments and includes: * The European Union Act 2011 * Detailed coverage of the Lisbon Treaty * All major new cases This book is essential reading for students studying EU Law on undergraduate courses in the UK. The UNLOCKING THE LAW series is designed specifically to make the law accessible. Features include: aims and objectives at the start of each chapter * key facts charts to consolidate your knowledge * diagrams to aid learning * summaries to help check your understanding of each chapter * problem questions with guidance on answering * a glossary of legal terminology The series covers all the core subjects required by the Bar Council and the Law Society for entry onto professional qualifications, as well as popular option units. The website www.unlockingthelaw.co.uk provides supporting resources such as multiple choice questions, key questions and answers and updates to the law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781444174199 20160618
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Book
lxvii, 796 pages ; 26 cm
  • Rationales of trade mark protection / Annette Kur and Martin Senftleben
  • International protection / Annette Kur and Martin Senftleben
  • The European trade mark system : development and basic features / Annette Kur
  • Acquisition of rights / Annette Kur
  • Rights conferred / Martin Senftleben
  • Limitations, defences, and genuine use / Annette Kur and Martin Senftleben
  • Trade marks as objects of property / Martin Senftleben
  • Collective marks and certification marks / Annette Kur
  • Cancellation and loss of trade mark rights / Annette Kur
  • Introduction to procedural EU trade mark law / Verena von Bomhard
  • Proceedings relating to EUTMs / Verena von Bomhard
  • International registration (Madrid System) / Martin Senftleben
  • Civil sanctions and proceedings / Annette Kur
  • Administrative measures / Martin Senftleben
  • Criminal sanctions / Annette Kur.
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xxx, 289 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction, concepts, and questions
  • History and framework of EU competition law
  • Objectives and boundaries
  • Rules, exceptions, and standards
  • Procedures and remedies
  • Networks, hierarchy, and coordination in antitrust
  • National courts, the Commission, and the CJEU
  • Mergers, state aid, and services of general economic interest
  • The sectoral regimes for electronic communications and energy
  • Conclusion.
EU competition law plays a central role in the process of European integration both as a multifaceted tool for creating and policing the internal market as well as in organising national markets. Yet as a consequence of this role it is also subject to increasingly complex demands, a proliferation of (sectoral) regimes, and multiple objectives at both an EU and national level. This profligacy entails risks of fragmentation and divergence - which could jeopardise the proper functioning of the internal market. In this examination of EU competition law, Wolf Sauter discusses three main issues: (i) what degree of coherence exists in EU competition law; (ii) how this coherence can be explained, particularly in the broader context of integration by EU law; and (iii) how it contributes to the legitimacy and effectiveness of EU competition law. Specific focus is placed on antitrust, while mergers, state aid control, as well as the sectoral regimes for energy and electronic communications are also examined. In addition the book also charts the history and framework of these competition regimes that jointly constitute EU competition law, defining both its objectives and limitations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198749158 20160823
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xi, 249 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • A normative gap in copyright lawmaking?
  • Colonizing the normative gap : the intervention of the Court of Justice
  • Minding the normative gap : the EU treaties
  • Bridging the normative gap : proposed benchmarks for copyright lawmaking
  • Field-testing the normative bridge : the EU copyright acquis
  • The normative gap : water under the bridge.
This book inquires into the competence of the EU to legislate in the field of copyright, and uses content analysis techniques to demonstrate the existence of a normative gap in copyright lawmaking. To address that gap, it proposes the creation of benchmarks of legislative activity, reasoning that EU secondary legislation, such as directives and regulations, should be based on higher sources of law. It investigates two such possible sources: the activity of the EU Court of Justice in the pre-legislative era and the EU treaties. From these sources, the author establishes concrete benchmarks of legislative activity, which she then tests by applying them to current EU copyright legislation. This provides examples of good and bad practices in copyright lawmaking and also shows how the benchmarks could be implemented in copyright legislation. Finally, the author offers some recommendations in this regard.
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xiii, 295 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Contents and effects of contracts : lessons to learn from the CESL / Aurelia Colombi Ciacchi
  • Origin and ambitions of the common European sales law, especially its chapter on contents and effects / Oliver Remien
  • The many advantages of a common European sales law / Ewoud Hondius
  • Identification of gaps and gap-filling under the common European sales law : a model for uniform law instruments? / Christoph Busch
  • The digital single market and legal certainty : a critical analysis / Alex Geert Castermans, Ruben de Graaff, and Matthias Haentjens
  • Art. 66-68 : the sources of contract terms under the CESL / Hugh Beale
  • Art. 66-68 : implied terms in the CESL : different approaches? / Bart Krans
  • Art. 67 : contract interpretation and the role of 'trade usage' in a common European sales law / Vanessa Mak
  • Art. 69 : pre-contractual statements under Article 69 CESL : remake or revolution? / Bernd Seifert
  • Art. 70 : the duty to raise awareness of not individually negotiated contract terms / Salvatore Patti
  • Art. 70-71 : incorporation and making available of standard contract terms / Marco Loos
  • The effect of merger and non-reliance clauses according to Art 72. of the commission's draft of the common European sales law (CESL) : a model for new instruments for international or European (consumer) sales law? / Tobias Pinkel
  • Art. 73-75 : price determination / Viola Heutger
  • Art. 74 : the "grossly unreasonable" unilateral determination of price or other contract terms and its substitution under the proposed Art 74 CESL / Axel Halfmeier and Tim W. Dornis
  • Art. 76 : the 'stick to the language' rule / Peter Rott
  • Art. 77 : contracts of indeterminate duration : Article 77 CESSL : a comment from a German perspective / Franziska Weber
  • Art. 78 : third party stipulation and consumer protection / Alain Ancery.
This book presents a critical analysis of the rules on the contents and effects of contracts included in the proposal for a Common European Sales Law (CESL). The European Commission published this proposal in October 2011 and then withdrew it in December 2014, notwithstanding the support the proposal had received from the European Parliament in February 2014. On 6 May 2015, in its Communication 'A Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe', the Commission expressed its intention to "make an amended legislative proposal (...) further harmonising the main rights and obligations of the parties to a sales contract". The critical comments and suggestions contained in this book, to be understood as lessons to learn from the CESL, intend to help not only the Commission but also other national and supranational actors, both public and private (including courts, lawyers, stakeholders, contract parties, academics and students) in dealing with present and future European and national instruments in the field of contract law. The book is structured into two parts. The first part contains five essays exploring the origin, the ambitions and the possible future role of the CESL and its rules on the contents and effects of contracts. The second part contains specific comments to each of the model rules on the contents and effects of contracts laid down in Chapter 7 CESL (Art. 66-78). Together, the essays and comments in this volume contribute to answering the question of whether and to what extent rules such as those laid down in Art. 66-78 CESL could improve or worsen the position of consumers and businesses in comparison to the correspondent provisions of national contract law. The volume adopts a comparative perspective focusing mainly, but not exclusively, on German and Dutch law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319280721 20170220
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