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

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Intersentia nv, 2001 - Law - 214 pages
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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Contents

Good governance in the European Union
1
Introduction
3
from chamber of secrets to good governance?
5
the national experience
21
Comment from an EU point of view
29
Judicial review of administrative action
35
Introduction
37
a bridging perspective
39
Introduction
87
Mutual premeation of Community and national tort rules
91
The Brasserie du pecheur puzzle
111
Some remarks on Community and Member State liability
129
Comment from the point of view of EU competition law
135
Tribute to Walter van Gerven
155
Walter van Gervens contribution to EU law
157
Principle and practice The contribution of Walter van Gerven to national and European private law
165

Judicial review of Community acts from a German point of view
59
towards a new european constitutionalism
71
Liability of supranational State and private actors
85
The contributions of Walter van Gerven to the international debate on the concept the geographical dimensions and the principles of economic law
171
Index
213
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About the author (2001)

Jan Wouters is Full Professor of International Law and International Organizations, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam EU and Global Governance and founding Director of the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies and of the Institute for International Law at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven). In Leuven, he teaches public international law, law of international organizations, the law of the World Trade Organization, space law and humanitarian and security law. At the College of Europe, Sciences Po and Luiss University he teaches EU external relations law. He studied law and philosophy in Antwerp and Yale University (LLM, 1990), was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School and obtained his PhD at KU Leuven (1996). He taught at the Universities of Antwerp and Maastricht. He was a Visiting Professor at different universities and référendaire at the European Court of Justice (1991-1994). He is Member of the Flemish Royal Academy of Belgium for Arts and Sciences, is President of the United Nations Association Flanders Belgium, and practises law as Of Counsel at Linklaters. He is Editor of the "International Encyclopedia of Intergovernmental Organizations", Deputy Director of the "Revue belge de droit international" and an editorial board member in ten international journals. He has published widely on international, EU, corporate and financial law.

Jules Stuyck has long experience in EU law, both as an attorney and as an academic. He regularly assists private clients as well as the European institutions (Commission and Council), agencies and bodies before the European Courts. He represents clients before the European Commission in competition cases, as complainants in internal market, state aid and competition disputes, and before the Belgian Competition Council (in cartel and dominance cases). He is also an experienced litigator in the Belgian courts. Until September 2013, Jules taught substantive European law at the KU Leuven and at the Raboud Universiteit Nijmegen, the Netherlands. He is now Emeritus Professor from both Universities. In recent years, he has been teaching European substantive law at the Université Panthéon-Assas Paris 2, France. He still teaches European competition law at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary and he is regularly invited as guest professor for EU consumer law at Paris 2. He is the author of more than 400 publications in various fields and a member of the editorial board of several Belgian and European legal journals.

A great number of very distinguished scholars have contributed to this book: Lord Slynn of Hadley, Deirdre Curtin, Christiaan W.A. Timmermans, Gil Carlos Rodriguez Iglesias, Sacha Prechal, Jürgen Schwarze, Takis Tridimas, Bruno de Witte, Jeremy Lever, Pierre Larouche, Francis G. Jacobs, Luc Gyselen, Paul J.G. Kapteyn, Arthur Hartkamp and Pieter VerLoren van Themaat.

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