The fifth edition of Craig& de Brca EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials provides clear and insightful analysis of all aspects of European Law in the post Lisbon era. Building on its unrivalled reputation as the definitive EU Text, Cases, and materials book, this edition looks in detail at the way in which the Treaty of Lisbon has radically changed both the institutional and substantive law of the European Union.
The book's innovative approach, coupled with a stimulating and accessible writing style, allows the student to engage fully with the material. The book charts the development of the European Union from its inception to the present day by exploring in detail the EU's institutions, its lawmaking, its administrative processes and its substantive law. In July, after TOBL members held a protest outside Google's European headquarters in Dublin and wrote to complain, Google relented, reviewed the group's website, found its content to be advocating a political position, and restored the AdWord advertisement.
The book concludes by explaining how European lawyers, whether from a civil or common law background, may need to come to terms with the principle of good faith. This was the first completed project of The Common Core of European Private Law launched at the University of Trento. The European Union has undergone major changes in the last decade, including Treaty reform, and a significant expansion of activity in foreign and security policy, and justice and home affairs.
In the first edition of this influential textbook, a team of leading lawyers and political scientists reflected upon the important developments in their chosen area over the time since the EC was formed. The application of such areas of EU law to sport and the influence of EU law on key policy issues such as, doping, matchfixing and governance, are detailed in this comprehensive collection.
The topical chapters by experts in their field, also touch upon the future evolution of EU sports law. Google sought to disarm European objections by offering European representation on the Books Rights Registry, a new body helping to oversee the project, and pledged that European copyrighted books that are commercially available would not yet be included in the electronic libraries.
The Google Books and Europeana projects provide a useful illustration of how copyright law systems in the USA and the EU are able to adapt to meet the challenges posed by new information technologies. Online ResourcesEuropean Union Law is accompanied by a comprehensive Online Resource Centre which includes a range of resources to support your studies and revision, including an interactive timeline and map of the EU, downloadable diagrams from the book, video clips, a flashcard glossary, and a searchable table ofall Treaty renumbering.
Noted for its clear and direct writing style, the seventh edition of EU Law provides a systematic overview of the European institutions and offers thorough, wide ranging coverage of the key substantive law topics, including separate chapters on discrimination, competition and environmental law. Law of the European Union provides an introductory guide to help you understand European Law at a time of considerable change and challenge.
It offers a clear and accurate explanation of the constitutional law of the EU and the institutions, as well as the substantive law, presented in a systematic and logical way to support learning and revision.