This book offers an overview of the structural characteristics that Community law acquired pursuant to the European Treaty, the subsequent Single European Act and the Treaty on European Union, and most recently the Treaty of Amsterdam.
It undertakes a systematic analysis of Community law with particular attention given those elements, especially the case law, which favored its development and interpretation.
European Community and European Union Law
- European Community Institutions
- Community Powers
- Direct Applicability, Court of Justice, National Judges and the Single Market: the Difficult Search for Balance between Efficiency and Legal Certainty
- Acts of the Community Institutions
- Remedies and Enforcement of EC Law
- Filling Gaps in Community Law
- Union Citizenship and the Freedoms of the Single Market
- Community Competition Policy
- External Relations