Oliver on Free Movement of Goods in the European Union: Fifth Edition

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Peter J Oliver
Bloomsbury Publishing, Sep 2, 2010 - Law - 628 pages
This is a new edition of Peter Oliver's classic work Free Movement of Goods in the European Community (now, in the light of the Lisbon Treaty revisions "European Union") which has established itself as one of the leading works of reference on European law for practitioners and academics alike. Indeed, whether advising clients or preparing for teaching there is no European lawyer who can afford not to have a copy of this book close to hand. Concise, precise, and lucid, the book has become the first port of call for anyone seeking answers to questions about the foundations of free movement of goods in the EU. With specialist chapters written by leading academic and practising lawyers, including Peter Oliver himself, this edition has been extensively rewritten to take into account recent judgments from the ECJ, including important cases such as C-110/05 Commission v Italy ("trailers") and C- 142/05 Mickelsson ("jet skis"), both of which relate to restrictions on the use of goods. It also takes account of all the recent European legislation and the impact of the Lisbon Treaty.
 

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Contents

Preface
iv
Table of European Treaties
2032
Table of Other Conventions Treaties
2048
Table of European Legislation
2054
List of National Regulatory and Legislative Acts
2068
Subject Matter
2081
Territory
2105
Persons Bound
2114
Other Exception Clauses
2372
Article 106 TFEU ex 86
2374
Article 122 TFEU ex 100
2377
Articles 143 and 144 TFEU ex 119 and 120
2379
Article 134 EC ex 115 EEC VI Article 345 TFEU ex 295
2382
Article 346 TFEU ex 296
2383
Article 347 TFEU ex 297
2385
Article 215 TFEU ex 301
2387

Quantitative Restrictions
2134
Specific Measures
2198
General
2245
Intellectual Property
2325
Other Provisions Relating to Intellectual Property A Union Legislation
2327
NonDiscrimination
2329
Competition
2330
E Article 172 of the Charter III Intellectual Property and Article 36
2332
iii Expiry of Term
2334
NonDiscrimination
2335
Goods in Transit
2337
Exhaustion i General ii The Concept of Consent
2339
iii Repackaging
2348
iv Advertising
2353
v Copyright in Broadcasting Performances Rental Rights or Lending Rights
2354
E Geographical Denominations
2357
Article 350 TFEU ex 306
2389
Article 351 TFEU ex 307
2390
Agriculture and Fisheries
2397
Where a Common Market Organisation Does Exist
2398
State Monopolies of a Commercial Character Angus Johnston I Introduction
2406
Some Established Principles
2407
The Definition of a State Monopoly
2408
The Prohibitions in Article 371 and
2410
Article 37 and Articles 34 and 35
2412
Agriculture VII The Link with Article 36 ex
2414
Assessment
2415
Union Legislation Relating to the Free Movement of Goods
2419
The European Economic Area
2469
Conclusion
2486
Copyright

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The Editor, Peter J Oliver, is a Legal Adviser to the European Commission and Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
Stefan Enchelmaier is Professor of European and Comparative Commercial Law at the York Law School, University of York.
Malcolm Jarvis is a Barrister at 20 Essex St, with a broad practice in EU law, conflict of laws and international commercial litigation.
Angus Johnston is a University Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Trinity Hall.
Sven Norberg has, inter alia, served as Director of the Legal Affairs department at the EFTA Secretariat, as Judge of the EFTA Court and as Director at DG Competition in the European Commission.
Christopher Stothers is a counsel in the intellectual property litigation group in the London office of Arnold & Porter (UK) LLP and a visiting lecturer in intellectual property and competition law at University College London. He concentrates his practice on high value cross-border patent litigation and competition litigation.
Stephen Weatherill is the Jacques Delors Professor of European Law at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Somerville College.

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