New Directions in European Public Law

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J. Beatson, Takis Tridimas
Hart Publishing, 1998 - Law - 198 pages
From two symposia in the winter and spring of 1997 at Cambridge, England, 13 essays analyze a cluster of issues arising in the European Union public law arena. Some deal with issues of liability and the availability of remedies in European and domestic law. Others take a broader view, looking at the phenomenon of cross-fertilization among national legal systems and between national systems and European Union law.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Taking Article 2152 EC Seriously
35
A Remedy
49
Liability of Member States in Damages and the Community
63
Rebirth of the Innominate Tort?
91
CrossFertilisation of Concepts in Constitutional
101
The Constitution and the Justification of Judicial Power
125
Developments in Italian Administrative Law through
137
Mechanisms for Crossfertilisation of Administrative Law
147
Transplantation and Crossfertilisation in European Public Law
169
Recent Developments in the Law relating to State
183
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Sir Jack Beatson is a High Court judge, having previously been the Rouse Ball Professor of English Law in the University of Cambridge, and Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Takis Tridimas is the Sir John Lubbock Professor of Banking Law and the Head of the International Financial Law Unit of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London.

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