The European Court of Justice continues to deliver a great many important judgments which contribute to the rapid development of EU law. However, it can be difficult to understand the significance of many of these judgments unless they are accompanied by explanatory commentaries. "Free Movement in the European Union: Cases, Commentaries and Questions" contains over one hundred important cases on the topics of freedom of movement of goods, services, persons and capital. All these cases are accompanied by comments and questions, so the reader is encouraged to think in more depth about each of the judgments and their effects. These Cases, Commentaries and Questions have been compiled for use in connection with courses studying the rules of the internal market, but they are recommended reading for all those who are interested in obtaining a more in-formed insight into the Court's practice in relation to the four fundamental freedoms of the EC Treaty.
Number of pages: 1106
Weight: 1610 g
Dimensions: 239 x 165 x 43 mm
Edition: 2nd ed.
"The logical organization of the chapters, the clear and uncomplicated language, and the explanatory schemes and brainstorming questions make this book a useful tool for university professors and students of European law. They are equally useful as a reference for practitioners both inside and outside the EU, who occasionally have to deal with issues concerning free movement rights in the European Union" European Journal of Law Reform, Vol. X, no. 3, 2008 "It is definitely a valuable book: it trains the analytical skills, gives a comprehensive view of the law and equips the reader very well for structuring and arguing a problem question within the field of free movement." From the Review of 1st edition of the book in European Law Review, 2005