European Union law Part 14

European Union law Part 14

 

201

Insider Trading Regulations in the Context of the Principle of ‘ Rule of law ‘: The United States and the European Union Perspective
Adam (Adomas) Siudika
European Journal of Law Reform
Volume 9, Issue 1, 2007 p.91-111

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202

Environmental Law In The European Union: New Approach For Enforcement
Molly Elizabeth Hall
Tulane Environmental Law Journal
Volume 20, Issue 2, Summer 2007 p.277

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203

Sexual Harassment Law in the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union: Discriminatory Wrongs and Dignitary Harms
Linda Clarke
Common law World Review
Volume 36, Number 2, June 2007 p.79

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204

The European Union and WTO law: a nexus of reactive, coactive, and proactive approaches
ANTONIS ANTONIADIS
World Trade Review
Volume 6, Issue 1, March 2007 p.45-87

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205

Distribution Law In The European Union
Paul H. Vishny
ALI-ABA Business Law Course Materials Journal
Volume 31, Number 3, June 2007 p.5

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Distribution law in the EU is governed by a complex web of laws and regulations issued by the European Union. Here are the basic rules under which your clients will have to operate if they wish to sell products virtually anywhere in Europe.

206

The European Union and the Religious Dimensions of Law
Julian Rivers
Ecclesiastical Law Journal
Volume 9, Issue 2, May 2007 p.221-222

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207

The Future of Criminal Law within the European Union – Union Law or Community Law Competence?
Verena Murschetz
Victoria University of Wellington Law Review
Volume 38, Number 1, March 2007 p.145

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208

E-Contract Formation: U.S. and EU Perspective
Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard
Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts
Volume 3, Issue 3, Winter 2007

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3 Shidler J. L. Com. & Tech. 12 (2007) – The United States (“U.S.” ) and the European Union (“EU” ) offer contrasting approaches to contract formation in Cyberspace. Two foci can be identified with EU law: (1) consumer protection and (2) market harmonisation. The American approach, however, is characterized by self-regulation and economic rationale. This Article examines and compares the EU and U.S. regulatory approaches to electronic contracting.

209

European Union Food Law Update
Nicole Coutrelis
Journal of Food Law and Policy
Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2006 p.121

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210

Outsider or frontrunner? Recent developments under international and European law on the status of the European Union in International Organizations and treaty bodies
F. Hoffmeister
Common Market Law Review
Volume 44, Number 1, February 2007 p.41-68

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211

Citizenship Law – No Longer Exclusive National Competence Towards Individual European Union Membership Based on Domicile?
Hedvig Lokrantz Bernitz
Swedish Studies in European Law
Volume 1, 2006 p.191

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212

Current Developments: European Union law
International and Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 56, Number 2, April 2007

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213

Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Law in the European Union. Edited by MICHAEL FAURE AND GàœNTER HEINE
Oda F. Essens
Journal of Environmental Law
Volume 19, Number 1, 2007 p.147-149

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214

Philosophy, Trade, and Aids: Current Failures to Obtain a Substantive Patent Law Treaty
Kristen Riemenschneider
Virginia Journal of Law & Technology
Volume 11, Issue 3, Summer 2006

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11 Va. J.L. & Tech. 5 (2006) – Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are increasingly important to international trade. Developed countries, such as the United States, Japan, and the members of the European Union (EU), have comprehensive IPR schemes; by contrast, many developing countries do not grant IPRs or have adopted IPR regimes that tend to give fewer rights to the holders. This disparate treatment of IPRs gave rise to a thriving counterfeit and Piracy trade in the 1980s, which, in turn, prompted the developed countries to seek global harmonization of IPR regimes through a Substantive Patent Law Treaty (SPLT). Thus far, the developed countries have been unsuccessful. This paper addresses the developed countries’ current failures to achieve a SPLT, and posits that this failure arises from the developed countries’ failure to address three issues developing countries’ philosophies regarding the proper extent of IPRs, the developed countries’ previous use of trade leverage, and the developed countries’ responses to the current AIDS epidemic and the developing countries ability to band together in an unprecedented manner.

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The State of Gender Equality Law in the European Union
Annick Masselot
European Law Journal
Volume 13, Issue 2, March 2007 p.152-168

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Common law, European Union law, International Organizations, Piracy, Rule of law.


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