Published: 15 December 2011
Edited by T P Kennedy
Law Society of Ireland Manuals
European Law offers a comprehensive treatment of EU law and its interaction with Irish law, covering topics ranging from directives and how to read and interpret them to the European rules on jurisdiction, enforcement of judgments and choice of law
This fifth edition has been fully updated to integrate the extensive amendments made by the Treaty of Lisbon, new court decisions and new regulations and directives
The manual contains detailed analysis of recent cases, using specimen forms and precedents as examples of documentation students will come across in practice
The book's strong practical focus, enhanced by the use of case study and practical applications, makes it not only an essential learning tool for European law students, but also establishes it as the only existing Irish text to cover the European law needs of practicing lawyers
European Law is part of the successful Law Society of Ireland Manuals series which provides a unique guide to the law, practice and procedure in Ireland
Fully updated to incorporate the changes made by the Lisbon Treaty to the body of European law
Covers all important new cases and legislation
Examines new Regulations such as the Rome II Regulation on choice of law in tort
Considers, analyses and applies new decisions of the European courts on free movement of goods and persons, direct effect of directives, competition, jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments
European Law sets out the doctrines, principles and case law of the main areas of EU law, and where appropriate explores how they interact with national legal principles and tenets. This fifth edition has been fully revised to include recent developments in the area. Taking into account the far-reaching changes made to European law by the Treaty of Lisbon, it covers all important new cases and legislation whilst developing existing topics. Treatment is given to a number of new regulations on jurisdiction and choice of law and a large number of recent decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Court of First Instance across a range of European law issues.
The analysis of cases is complemented by the use of specimen forms and precedents as examples of documentation students will come across in practice. Although primarily aimed at apprentices studying on the Professional Practice Courses, the manual will also be of great interest to those who find that EU law touches upon their practice, whether in the public or private sector.
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Table of Contents
2. An Overview of the Free Movement of Persons, Services, Establishment and Goods
3. Direct Effect and State Liability
4. European Law, Litigation and The Court of Justice
5. Introduction to Competition Law
6. Anti-Competitive Agreements - Article 101 of the TFEU
7. Abuse of a Dominant Position - Article 102 of the TFEU
8. The Member State and its Role in the Economy - Article 106 TFEU
10. Procedural and Enforcement Aspects of EU and Irish Competition Law
11. State Aid
12. Public Procurement
13. European Private International Law
14. General and Exclusive Jurisdictional Rules in the EU
15. Special and Procedural Jurisdictional Rules in the EU
16. Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in the EU
17. Choice of Law Rules
T P Kennedy is Director of Education with the Law Society. He was formerly a lecturer in law with the University of Leeds and is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and a solicitor. He is a guest lecturer at Trinity College Dublin. T P is a former President of the Irish Association of Law Teachers, a member of the Law Society's EU and International Law Committee and edits 'Eurlegal'-an EU law update in the Law Society's Gazette. He has written and spoken extensively on issues of private international law.
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