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The practice of judicial interaction in the field of fundamental rights : the added value of the charter of fundamental rights of the EU

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The practice of judicial interaction in the field of fundamental rights : the added value of the charter of fundamental rights of the EU
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The practice of judicial interaction in the field of fundamental rights : the added value of the charter of fundamental rights of the EU
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Language
eng
Summary
This book provides a comparative assessment of selected legal issues emerging from the EU legal context which impact profoundly on the national legal systems. It argues that judicial interaction can answer complex legal questions relating to the implementation of the EU Charter
Geographic coverage
  • European Union
  • Europe
Index
no index present
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English
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Casarosa, F
  • Moraru, M
Series statement
Judicial Review and Cooperation series
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  • human rights
  • constitutional law
  • EU law
  • ECJ case law
  • antitrust
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The practice of judicial interaction in the field of fundamental rights : the added value of the charter of fundamental rights of the EU
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Publication
Contents
  • Judicial interactions in action – a tool for a more powerful and influential EU charter of fundamental rights
  • Casarosa, F.
  • Moraru, M
  • ; p. 1-22
  • The application of the rights and principles of the Charter of Fundamental Rights
  • Półtorak, N.
  • ; p. 23-52
  • Comment: the Charter and its triple challenge: unclear applicability, a foggy distinction between rights and principles and a lack of engagement at the national level
  • Toggenburg, G.
  • ; p. 53-58
  • European values and national constitutions: bringing the EU Charter in from uncharted waters
  • Zagorc, S.
  • Kos, M.
  • ; p. 59-79
  • Comment: the standard of fundamental rights protection according to the EU Charter: what is the role of national standards (and courts)?
  • Lazzerini, N.
  • ; p. 80-87
  • The potential and the limits of the impact of the Charter on constitutional jurisprudence
  • Accetto, M.
  • ; p. 88-106
  • Comment: can the Charter help to protect rights in the Member States?
  • Halmai, G.
  • ; p. 107-111
  • Judicial independence – the EU’s prescription in the making to the Polish (and other) maladies
  • Podstawa, K.
  • Gwizdak, J.
  • ; p. 112-135
  • Comment: Austro-Hungarian partnership : a brief comparison between an old democracy and a new democracy
  • Zeller, E.
  • ; p. 136-145
  • Limitations to access to justice and Article 47 of the Charter: the right to be advised, defended and represented
  • Ličková, M.
  • Solanes Mullor, J.
  • ; p. 146-164
  • Comment: the EU law on the right to access a lawyer revisited: proportionality and subsidiarity implications
  • Kargopoulos, A.-I.
  • ; p. 165-171
  • The Lisbon Charter and the Brexit void
  • McCloskey, B.
  • ; p. 172-196
  • Comment: Brexit and the diverse functions of the Charter of Fundamental Rights
  • Coutts, S.
  • ; p. 197-204
  • The Charter’s potential in fighting hate and discrimination: levelling up to international obligations through victims’ rights
  • Hanek, R.G.
  • Farkas, L.
  • ; p. 205-229
  • Comment: under Article 21 EU Charter the CJEU has, for the time being, adopted a rather deferential model of judicial review
  • Bercea, R.
  • ; p. 230-234
  • Effectiveness and EU consumer law: the blurriness in judicial dialogue
  • Grochowski, M.
  • Taborowski, M.
  • ; p. 235-256
  • Comment: effectiveness in EU consumer law: towards new triads
  • Iamiceli, P.
  • ; p. 257-262
  • Judicial interactions upholding the right to be heard of asylum seekers, returnees and immigrants: the symbiotic protection of the EU Charter and general principles of EU law
  • Moraru, M.
  • Clement, M.
  • ; p. 263-287
  • Comment: the right to be heard in international protection proceedings before an Italian judge
  • Flamini, M.
  • ; p. 288-294
  • Ne bis in idem – a continuing judicial dialogue
  • Bergström, M.
  • Sundberg, H.
  • ; p. 295-317
  • Comment: objective and subjective ne bis in idem – the AY case
  • Ruiz Yamuza, F.G.
  • ; p. 318-323
  • The impact of judicial interactions on the interplay between administrative and judicial enforcement
  • Casarosa, F.
  • Sabato, R.
  • ; p. 324-345
  • Comment: checks and balances between the administration, the executive and the judiciary
  • Thoma, M.
  • ; p. 346-351
  • The effective protection of collective interests: the interplay between jurisprudence and legislation
  • Casarosa, F.
  • Calò, R.
  • ; p. 352-371
  • Comment: collective redress and antitrust law
  • Vizzoni, L.
  • ; p. 372-377
  • The impact of CJEU judgments on national legal systems: preliminary thoughts on the link with judicial dialogue
  • Cafaggi, F.
  • ; p. 378-396
Extent
xxvii, 410 p.
Isbn
9781800371224
Isbn Type
(eBook)
Label
The practice of judicial interaction in the field of fundamental rights : the added value of the charter of fundamental rights of the EU
Publication
Contents
  • Judicial interactions in action – a tool for a more powerful and influential EU charter of fundamental rights
  • Casarosa, F.
  • Moraru, M
  • ; p. 1-22
  • The application of the rights and principles of the Charter of Fundamental Rights
  • Półtorak, N.
  • ; p. 23-52
  • Comment: the Charter and its triple challenge: unclear applicability, a foggy distinction between rights and principles and a lack of engagement at the national level
  • Toggenburg, G.
  • ; p. 53-58
  • European values and national constitutions: bringing the EU Charter in from uncharted waters
  • Zagorc, S.
  • Kos, M.
  • ; p. 59-79
  • Comment: the standard of fundamental rights protection according to the EU Charter: what is the role of national standards (and courts)?
  • Lazzerini, N.
  • ; p. 80-87
  • The potential and the limits of the impact of the Charter on constitutional jurisprudence
  • Accetto, M.
  • ; p. 88-106
  • Comment: can the Charter help to protect rights in the Member States?
  • Halmai, G.
  • ; p. 107-111
  • Judicial independence – the EU’s prescription in the making to the Polish (and other) maladies
  • Podstawa, K.
  • Gwizdak, J.
  • ; p. 112-135
  • Comment: Austro-Hungarian partnership : a brief comparison between an old democracy and a new democracy
  • Zeller, E.
  • ; p. 136-145
  • Limitations to access to justice and Article 47 of the Charter: the right to be advised, defended and represented
  • Ličková, M.
  • Solanes Mullor, J.
  • ; p. 146-164
  • Comment: the EU law on the right to access a lawyer revisited: proportionality and subsidiarity implications
  • Kargopoulos, A.-I.
  • ; p. 165-171
  • The Lisbon Charter and the Brexit void
  • McCloskey, B.
  • ; p. 172-196
  • Comment: Brexit and the diverse functions of the Charter of Fundamental Rights
  • Coutts, S.
  • ; p. 197-204
  • The Charter’s potential in fighting hate and discrimination: levelling up to international obligations through victims’ rights
  • Hanek, R.G.
  • Farkas, L.
  • ; p. 205-229
  • Comment: under Article 21 EU Charter the CJEU has, for the time being, adopted a rather deferential model of judicial review
  • Bercea, R.
  • ; p. 230-234
  • Effectiveness and EU consumer law: the blurriness in judicial dialogue
  • Grochowski, M.
  • Taborowski, M.
  • ; p. 235-256
  • Comment: effectiveness in EU consumer law: towards new triads
  • Iamiceli, P.
  • ; p. 257-262
  • Judicial interactions upholding the right to be heard of asylum seekers, returnees and immigrants: the symbiotic protection of the EU Charter and general principles of EU law
  • Moraru, M.
  • Clement, M.
  • ; p. 263-287
  • Comment: the right to be heard in international protection proceedings before an Italian judge
  • Flamini, M.
  • ; p. 288-294
  • Ne bis in idem – a continuing judicial dialogue
  • Bergström, M.
  • Sundberg, H.
  • ; p. 295-317
  • Comment: objective and subjective ne bis in idem – the AY case
  • Ruiz Yamuza, F.G.
  • ; p. 318-323
  • The impact of judicial interactions on the interplay between administrative and judicial enforcement
  • Casarosa, F.
  • Sabato, R.
  • ; p. 324-345
  • Comment: checks and balances between the administration, the executive and the judiciary
  • Thoma, M.
  • ; p. 346-351
  • The effective protection of collective interests: the interplay between jurisprudence and legislation
  • Casarosa, F.
  • Calò, R.
  • ; p. 352-371
  • Comment: collective redress and antitrust law
  • Vizzoni, L.
  • ; p. 372-377
  • The impact of CJEU judgments on national legal systems: preliminary thoughts on the link with judicial dialogue
  • Cafaggi, F.
  • ; p. 378-396
Extent
xxvii, 410 p.
Isbn
9781800371224
Isbn Type
(eBook)

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