Q&A European Union Law 2011-2012 / Edition 8 available in Paperback
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- Taylor & Francis
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About the Author
Mike Cuthbert is a Principal Lecturer in Law at the University of Northampton.
Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. Community Institutions 2. Sources of Law 3. EC Law and National Law 4. Judicial Remedies and Review (1): Direct Actions 5. Judicial Remedies and Review (2): Indirect Action - Preliminary References 6. The Free Movement of Goods 7. Competition Policy 8. The Free Movement of Workers 9. The Freedom of Establishment and the Freedom to Provide Services 10. Freedom from Discrimination 11. External Relations 12. The Internal Market and Beyond.