Title:Principles of European private or civil law? Author(s):PURNHAGEN, Kai PeterDate:2012Citation:
- European law journal, 2012, Vol. 18, No. 6, pp. 844-867
Type:ArticleAbstract:The aim of this piece is to draw the attention of the debate on principles in European private law to an institutional question. As the question of who detects these principles is crucial to understand the values and ...
Title:Sex in the Union: EU Law, Taxation and the Adult Industry Author(s):BELAVUSAU, UladzislauDate:2010Citation:
- European Law Reporter, 2010, 4, 144-150
Type:ArticleAbstract:In March of 2010 the ECJ rendered what appeared to be a routine judgment in the realm of taxation. The objects of the levying were films, which are displayed in individual cubicles on a pay per minute basis. The Court ...
Title:The Case of Laval in the Context of the Post-Enlargement EC Law Development Author(s):BELAVUSAU, UladzislauDate:2008Citation:
- German Law Journal, 2008, 9, 12, 2279-2308.
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article does not envisage an overwhelming goal to present a detailed X-ray of the recently much-discussed ECJ decisions in the field of social law, namely Laval and Viking. One could find several very profound papers ...
Title:The Dublin Regulation between Strasbourg and Luxembourg : reshaping non-refoulement in the name of mutual trust? Author(s):VICINI, GiuliaDate:2015Citation:
- European journal of legal studies, 2015, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 50-72
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article addresses one of the most challenging inconsistencies in the case law of the ECtHR and the CJEU. It critically analyses the judgments delivered by these two courts on the compatibility of the Dublin Regulation ...
Title:Fragmentation and inter-judicial dialogue : the CJEU and the ICJ at the interface Author(s):KASSOTI, EvaDate:2015Citation:
- European journal of legal studies, 2015, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 21-49
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution explores the question whether the CJEU has promoted or, conversely, weakened the coherence of the international legal system through its practice within the broader context of the fragmentation debate. ...
Title:From Lëtzebuerg to Luxembourg: EU Law, Non-Discrimination and Pregnancy Author(s):BELAVUSAU, UladzislauDate:2010Citation:
- European Law Reporter, 2010, 2, 45-49
Type:ArticleAbstract:[Virginie Pontin v. T-Comalux SA, ECJ (Third Chamber), Judgment of 29 October 2009, C-63/08] In autumn 2009 the ECJ made another step forward in fostering gender equality through the instrumental framework of the EU law. ...
Title:Publication Review: Alexandra Gatto, Multinational Enterprises and Human Rights: Obligations under EU and International Law Author(s):TOPAL, JulienDate:2012Citation:
- European Journal of Legal Studies, 2012, 5, 1, 201-206
Title:Harmonizing Trends vs Domestic Regulatory Frameworks: Looking for the European Law on Cross-border Cooperation Author(s):STRAZZARI, DavideDate:2011-01-01Citation:
- European Journal of Legal Studies, 2011, 4, 1, 151-203
Type:ArticleAbstract:The European law of cross-border cooperation is the legal product of the interplay of different legal orders, namely the international public legal order (Madrid Outline Convention, following Protocols and international ...
Title:The preliminaries of a reference Author(s):BUTLER, Graham; ŠADL, UrškaDate:2018Citation:
- European law review, 2018, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 120-128
Type:ArticleAbstract:On 11 June 2015, the President of the First Chamber of the Court of Justice of the EU (the Court) issued an order to delete Bogdan Chain v Atlanco Ltd (C-189/14) from the Registry. This comment and the reflection are thus ...
Title:Mutual trust as a term of art in EU criminal law : revealing its hybrid character Author(s):WILLEMS, AukeDate:2016Citation:
- European journal of legal studies, 2016, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 211-249
Type:ArticleAbstract:The term mutual trust has become a household term in the EU criminal justice vocabulary and is regarded to be a prerequisite for a successful application of the principle of mutual recognition. Regardless of its widespread ...