Principles of Proper Conduct for Supranational, State and Private Actors in the European Union: Towards a Ius Commune : Essays in Honour of Walter Van Gerven
The book is built around three themes: good governance in the European Union, judicial review of administrative action and liability of supranational, State and private actors.
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Good governance in the European Union
from chamber of secrets to good governance?
the national experience
Comment from an EU point of view
Judicial review of administrative action
a bridging perspective
Mutual premeation of Community and national tort rules
The Brasserie du pecheur puzzle
Some remarks on Community and Member State liability
Comment from the point of view of EU competition law
Tribute to Walter van Gerven
Walter van Gervens contribution to EU law
Principle and practice The contribution of Walter van Gerven to national and European private law
Judicial review of Community acts from a German point of view
towards a new european constitutionalism
Liability of supranational State and private actors
action apply Article 81 Brasserie du Pecheur Brasserie du Pecheur/Factortame breaches of Community case-law Chapter claimant Commission Commission's Community institutions Community law compensation competition concept of economic contracting party contribution Council Court of Justice Crehan damages decision EC law EC Treaty economic law effective judicial protection enforcement estabksh European Commission European Communities European Court European Parliament European Union Factortame Fantask Francovich French fundamental principles German Constitutional Court German law implementation individual infringement international debate ius commune judgment judicial review kabikty legal order legal systems legislation liability for breaches matter of Community national courts national law national procedural national rules objective organisations pari delicto Parkament particular poktical political principles of economic procedural rules pubkc question quoted regard regime regulation Reive relevant Schijndel sufficiently serious breach supra tort law Tridimas United Kingdom vertical direct effect Walter van Gerven wrongful conduct