European Union law Part 6

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RELIGION AS A BASIS OF LAW IN THE PUBLIC ORDER OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Ronan McCrea
Columbia Journal of European Law
Volume 16, Number 1, Winter 2009/2010 p.81

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The European Convention on Human Rights and European Union law : a Long Way to Harmony
Johan Callewaert
European Human Rights Law Review
Issue 6, 2009 p.768

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Regulatory Competition in Company Law in the European Union after Cartesio
Stefano Lombardo
European Business Organization Law Review
Volume 10, Issue 4, December 2009 p.627-648

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Corrigenda in the Official Journal of the European Union: Community law as quicksand
Michal Bobek
European Law Review
Volume 34, Number 6, December 2009 p.950

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The System of Food Law in the European Union
Bernd M J van der Meulen
Deakin Law Review
Volume 14, Number 2, 2009 p.305

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Survey of Privacy Law Developments in 2009: United States, Canada, and the European Union
Ariane Siegel, William Denny, Kristen W. Poff, Cynthia Larose, Robert Hale, and Mike Hintze
Business Lawyer
Volume 65, Number 1, November 2009 p.285

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The European Union’s Data Retention Directive and the United States’s Data Preservation Laws: Finding the Better Model
Kristina Ringland
Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts
Volume 5, Issue 3, Winter 2009

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The European Union’s Data Retention Directive (the “Directive” ) seeks to assist law enforcement officials in their efforts to combat terrorism and to standardize disparate laws regarding data retention within the European Union (EU). The Directive requires companies to retain traffic and location data that identifies a subscriber or registered user of a Web site for a period of six to twenty-four months. Implementation of the Directive takes place at the national level and poses many challenges to providers of electronic communication services. There is no analogous United States federal law mandating data retention. The United States, however, has a data preservation requirement, which pertains only to specific information requested by the United States government. This Article compares the two distinct approaches and examines which approach better balances the interests of law enforcement officials combating terrorism, and the cost to companies and consumers to comply with the laws. This Article concludes that the United States’s current legal framework of data preservation strikes a more favorable balance between these competing interests.

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Regulating credit rating agencies – the new United States and European Union law – important steps or much ado about nothing?
Müllers
Journal of South African Law
2009, Number 4 p.674

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European Union Food Law Update
Emilie H. Leibovitch
Journal of Food Law and Policy
Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 2009 p.127

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European Union Guidelines on Promoting Compliance with International humanitarian law (IHL)
Palestine Yearbook of International Law
Volume 14, 2006/2007 p.311

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FORMATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF Customary International Law : THE EUROPEAN UNION’S CONTRIBUTION
Jan Vanhamme
Netherlands Yearbook of International Law
Volume 39, 2008 p.127-154

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Immigration, Integration and Citizenship in European Union Law The Position of Third country Nationals
Cliodhna Murphy
Hibernian Law Journal
Volume 8, 2008-2009 p.155

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THE ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION IN THE HARMONISATION OF INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW: A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE
KIRSTY JANE BARNES
Cambridge Student Law Review
Volume 5, Number 1, 2009 p.124

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Immigration and Criminal Law in the European Union
Rosa Raffaelli
Criminal Law Forum
Volume 20, Number 4, November 2009 p.513-518

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