Open Access Issues 2013-2019

Volume 2019
  • Issue 2

Articles

Rob Widdershoven, ‘National Procedural Autonomy and General EU Law Limits’, 2019/2, 5-34 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091222 1874-7981
Matteo Bonelli, ‘Effective Judicial Protection in EU Law: an Evolving Principle of a Constitutional Nature’, 2019/2, 35-62 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091240 1874-7981
Roberto Caranta, ‘The interplay between EU legislation and effectiveness, effective judicial protection and the right to an effective remedy in EU public procurement law’, 2019/2, 63-93 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091259 1874-7981
Mariolina Eliantonio, ‘The relationship between EU secondary rules and the principles of effectiveness and effective judicial protection in environmental matters: towards a new dawn for the ‘language of rights’?’, 2019/2, 95-116 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091349 1874-7981
Valsamis Mitsilegas, ‘The Impact of Legislative Harmonisation on Effective Judicial Protection in Europe’s Area of Criminal Justice’, 2019/2, 117-142 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091277 1874-7981
Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi, ‘Of Legislative Waves and Case law: Effective Judicial Protection, Right to an Effective Remedy and Proceduralisation in the EU Asylum Policy’, 2019/2, 143-166 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091286 1874-7981
Chiara Favilli, ‘The standard of fundamental rights protection in the field of asylum: The case of the right to an effective remedy between EU law and the Italian Constitution’, 2019/2, 167-183 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091295 1874-7981
Elise Muir, ‘The Horizontal Effects of Charter Rights Given Expression to in EU Legislation, from Mangold to Bauer’, 2019/2, 185-215 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091312 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Serena Menzione, ‘Case Note: Anything New under the Sun? An Exercise in Defence of the Reasoning of the CJEU in the ASJP Case’, 2019/2, 219-236 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091321 1874-7981
Paul Dermine, Mariolina Eliantonio, ‘Case Note: CJEU (Grand Chamber), Judgment of 19 December 2018, C-219/17, Silvio Berlusconi and Finanziaria d’investimento Fininvest SpA (Fininvest) v Banca d’Italia and Istituto per la Vigilanza Sulle Assicurazioni (IVASS)’, 2019/2, 237-253 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091330 1874-7981
Mariolina Eliantonio, Elise Muir, ‘The Principle of Effectiveness: under Strain?’, 2019/2, 255-265 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091268 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Marta Simoncini, ‘Eljalill Tauschinsky and Wolfang Weiβ (eds), The Legislative Choice Between Delegated and Implementing Acts in EU Law. Walking a Labyrinth, Cheltenham: Elgar Publishing, 2018, 272 pp, £85.50’, 2019/2, 269-273 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091358 1874-7981
Dolores Utrilla Fernández-Bermejo, ‘Herwig C.H. Hofmann, Gerard C. Rowe, and Alexander H. Türk (eds), Specialized Administrative Law of the European Union. A Sectoral Review , Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 784 pp, hb £125.’, 2019/2, 274-277 – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15840066091367 1874-7981
  • Issue 1 – Special issue

Articles

Joseba Fernández Gaztea, ‘A Jurisdiction of Jurisdictions’, 2019/1, 9-37, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527179 1874-7981
Napoleon Xanthoulis, ‘Administrative factual conduct: Legal effects and judicial control in EU law’, 2019/1, 39-73, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527188 1874-7981
Annalisa Volpato, ‘Controlling the Invisible: Accountability Issues in the Exercise of Implementing Powers by EU Agencies and in Harmonised Standardisation’, 2019/1, 75-96, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527197 1874-7981
Jonas Bornemann, ‘The Guises of and Guidance to Administrative Discretion in the European Court of Justice’s Interpretation of EU Immigration Law’, 2019/1, 97-126, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527205 1874-7981
Nadia Dzino, Catalin S Rusu, ‘Public Enforcement of EU Antitrust Law: A Circle of Trust?’, 2019/1, 127-154, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527214 1874-7981
Jolien Timmermans, ‘‘Guess Who? The SRB as the Accountable Actor in Legal Review Procedures’’, 2019/1, 155-173, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527232 1874-7981
Barbora Budinska, ‘Judicial review of revocation decisions in the context of European banking supervision’, 2019/1, 175-193, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527241 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Nicole Lazzerini, ‘‘Jurisdiction of Statutory Bodies to Disapply National law, or Nothing’: Procedural Primacy taking over Procedural Autonomy in the CJEU’s Judgment Minister for Justice and Equality and Commissioner of the Garda Síochána’, 2019/1, 197-208, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527250 1874-7981
Simona Demková, ‘The Grand Chamber’s Take on Composite Procedures under the Single Supervisory Mechanism’, 2019/1, 209-220, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527269 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Luis Arroyo Jiménez, ‘Paul Craig, EU Administrative Law (Oxford University Press)’, 2019/1, 223-226, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479819X15656877527278 1874-7981
Volume 2018
  • Issue 2

Articles

Wojciech Piątek, Matej Horvat, ‘A comparative analysis of limitations in administrative appeals in Europe: the case of Poland and Slovakia’, 2018/2, 5-25 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15481611819895 1874-7981
Thomas Kohlbacher, Saskia Lavrijssen, ‘Good Governance in the Development of Network Codes for the EU Internal Electricity Market’, 2018/2, 27-54 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15481611819877 1874-7981
Max Vetzo, ‘The Past, Present and Future of the Ne Bis In Idem Dialogue between the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights: The Cases of Menci, Garlsson and Di Puma’, 2018/2, 55-84 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15481611819868 1874-7981
Eljalill Tauschinsky, ‘Hidden Signposts: The Normative Framework of the EU E-Customs Initiative’, 2018/2, 85-125 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15481611819921 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Miroslava Scholten, ‘Joana Mendes and Ingo Venzke (eds.), Allocating Authority. Who Should Do What in European and International Law? (Bloomsburry, 2018)’, 2018/2, 129-131 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15481611819903 1874-7981
Natassa Athanasiadou, ‘Armin von Bogdandy, Peter Michael Huber and Sabino Cassese (eds.), The Administrative State, Volume I, The Max Planck Handbooks in European Public Law (Oxford University Press, 2017)’, 2018/2, 132-135 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15481611819912 1874-7981
  • Issue 1

Articles

José M Cortés-Martín, ‘The Long Road to Strasbourg: The Apparent Controversy Surrounding the Principle of Mutual Trust’, 2018/1, 5-36 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15282881229801 1874-7981
Malu Beijer, ‘The Limited Scope For Accepting Positive Obligations Under EU Law: The Case of Humanitarian Visas For Refugees’, 2018/1, 37-48 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15282881229810 1874-7981
Thomas Devine, Mariolina Eliantonio, ‘EU Soft Law in the Hands of National Authorities: The Case Study of the UK Competition and Markets Authority’, 2018/1, 49-73 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15282881229829 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Yseult Marique, ‘Susan Rose-Ackerman, Peter Lindseth and Blake Emerson (eds.), Comparative Administrative Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017)’, 2018/1, 77-83 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15282881229793 1874-7981
Richard Kirkham, ‘Herwig Hoffmann and Jacques Ziller (eds.), Accountability in the EU: The Role of the European Ombudsman (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017)’, 2018/1, 84-88 – DOI:10.7590/187479818X15282881229784 1874-7981
Volume 2017
  • Issue 2

Articles

Luca De Lucia, ‘Locus Standi and distrust of the public administration. A comparison of three models’, 2017/2, 7-26 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X15095380840339 1874-7981
Viola von Braun, ‘Die Amtssprache ist Deutsch. Fair Communication in Administrative Proceedings’, 2017/2, 27-45 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X15095380840348 1874-7981
Titia Loenen, ‘In search of an EU approach to headscarf bans: where to go after Achbita and Bougnaoui?’, 2017/2, 47-73 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X15095380840357 1874-7981
Clara van Dam, ‘Guidance documents of the European Commission: a typology to trace the effects in the national legal order’, 2017/2, 75-91 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X15095380840366 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Leo Neve, ‘The Berlioz-decision of the CJEU provides legal protection for concerned persons in transnational setting, but will it hold in the international area?’, 2017/2, 95-119 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X15095380840384 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Fabio Longo, ‘W. Voermans, M. Stremler and P. Cliteur, Constitutional Preambles: A Comparative Analysis’, 2017/2, 123-127 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X15095380840393 1874-7981
  • Issue 1

Articles

Ferdinand Wollenschläger, ‘Constitutionalisation and deconstitutionalisation of administrative law in view of Europeanisation and emancipation’, 2017/1, 7-79 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X14945955771975 1874-7981
Willemijn van Doorn-Hoekveld, ‘Equal distribution of burdens in flood risk management’, 2017/1, 81-110 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X14945955771984 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Tony Marguery, ‘Je t’aime moi non plus The Avotiņš v. Latvia judgment: an answer from the ECrtHR to the CJEU’, 2017/1, 113-134 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X14945955771993 1874-7981
Sim Haket, ‘The Danish Supreme Court’s Ajos judgment (Dansk Industri): Rejecting a Consistent Interpretation and Challenging the Effect of a General Principle of EU Law in the Danish Legal Order’, 2017/1, 135-151 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X14945955772000 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Jacobine van den Brink, ‘Matthias Ruffert (ed.), The Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedures: Adjudication’, 2017/1, 155-160 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X14945955772028 1874-7981
Laura Parret, ‘A.J. Metselaar, Drie rechters en één norm, Handhaving van de Europese staatssteunregels voor de Nederlandse rechter en de grenzen van de nationale procedurele autonomie’, 2017/1, 161-164 – DOI:10.7590/187479817X14945955772037 1874-7981
Volume 2016
  • Issue 2

Articles

Zsófia Varga, ‘In Search of a ‘Manifest Infringement of the Applicable Law’ in the Terms set out in Köbler’, 2016/2, 5-40 – DOI:10.7590/187479816X14804950850168

Case Analysis

Katri Havu, ‘Duty to State Reasons and Competition Investigation Information Request Decisions: the ‘Cement Judgments’ in Cases C-247/14 P, C-248/14 P, C-267/14 P and C-268/14 P’, 2016/2, 43-59 – DOI:10.7590/187479816X14804950850195
  • Issue 1

Articles

Maciej Bernatt, ‘Administrative Sanctions: Between Efficiency and Procedural Fairness’, 2016/1, 5-32 – DOI:10.7590/187479816X14628633832166

Case Analysis

Mariolina Eliantonio, Franziska Grashof, ‘C-71/14, East Sussex County Council v Information Commissioner, Property Search Group, Local Government Association (Judgment of 6 October 2015) – Case Note’, 2016/1, 35-47 – DOI:10.7590/187479816X14628634027880

Book Reviews

Tobias Nowak, ‘Elżbieta Kużelewska, Dariusz Kloza, Izabela Kraśnicka and Franciszek Strzyczkowski (eds.), European Judicial Systems as a Challenge for Democracy’, 2016/1, 51-54 – DOI:10.7590/187479816X14628634027925
Michiel Duchateau, ‘Dorota Gozdecka and Magdalena Kmak (eds.), Europe at the Edge of Pluralism’, 2016/1, 55-59 – DOI:10.7590/187479816X14628634027961
Volume 2015
  • Issue 2

Articles

Morten Broberg, ‘Judicial Coherence and the Preliminary Reference Procedure’, 2015/2, 9-37 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060262
Ramona Grimbergen, ‘How Boundaries Have Shifted’, 2015/2, 39-70 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060307
Ricardo García Antón, ‘The Preliminary Reference Procedure in the Field of Direct Taxation under the Constructive Cooperation: Challenging l’Horizontalité’, 2015/2, 71-94 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060343
Clelia Lacchi, ‘The ECrtHR’s Interference in the Dialogue between National Courts and the Court of Justice of the EU: Implications for the Preliminary Reference Procedure’, 2015/2, 95-125 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060389
Malu Beijer, ‘Active Guidance of Fundamental Rights Protection by the Court of Justice of the European Union: Exploring the Possibilities of a Positive Obligations Doctrine’, 2015/2, 127-150 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060424
Dominik Düsterhaus, ‘Judicial Coherence in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice – Squaring Mutual Trust with Effective Judicial Protection’, 2015/2, 151-182 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060460
Hemme Battjes, Evelien Brouwer, ‘The Dublin Regulation and Mutual Trust: Judicial Coherence in EU Asylum Law?’, 2015/2, 183-214 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060505
Sim Haket, ‘Coherence in the Application of the Duty of Consistent Interpretation in EU Law’, 2015/2, 215-246 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060541
Franziska Grashof, ‘The Different Roads to Judicial Coherence in Public Environmental Law’, 2015/2, 247-267 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060587
Filipe Brito Bastos, ‘The Borelli Doctrine Revisited: Three Issues of Coherence in a Landmark Ruling for EU Administrative Justice’, 2015/2, 269-298 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060622
Alke Metselaar, ‘Leaving Coherence Instruments Unapplied’, 2015/2, 299-317 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060668
Carlo Maria Colombo, ‘Lufthansa and the Coherent Application of State Aid Law: What is the Role of National Judges in Concurrent Proceedings?’, 2015/2, 319-345 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060703
Marcin Weisbrot, ‘Application of the Principle of Protection of Legitimate Expectations in Recovery of Unduly Paid Subsidies in the Context of Judicial Coherence in the European Union’, 2015/2, 347-376 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060749
Federica Baldan, Esther van Zimmeren, ‘Exploring Different Concepts of Judicial Coherence in the Patent Context: The Future Role of the (New) Unified Patent Court and its Interaction with other (Old) Actors of the European Patent System’, 2015/2, 377-408 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14465419060785
  • Issue 1

Articles

Olivier Dubos, ‘The Origins of the Proceduralisation of EU Law: a Grey Area of European Federalism’, 2015/1, 7-26 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313376686336
Michael J Frese, ‘Harmonisation of Antitrust Damages Procedures in the EU and the Binding Effect of Administrative Decisions’, 2015/1, 27-49 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198250
Magdalena Tulibacka, ‘Proceduralisation of EU Consumer Law and its Impact on European Consumers’, 2015/1, 51-74 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198296
Roberto Caranta, ‘Remedies in EU Public Contract Law: The Proceduralisation of EU Public Procurement Legislation’, 2015/1, 75-98 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198331
Mariolina Eliantonio, ‘The Proceduralisation of EU Environmental Legislation: International Pressures, Some Victories and Some Way to Go’, 2015/1, 99-123 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198377
Antonella Galetta, Paul De Hert, ‘The Proceduralisation of Data Protection Remedies under EU Data Protection Law: Towards a More Effective and Data Subject-oriented Remedial System?’, 2015/1, 125-151 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198412
Elise Muir, ‘Procedural Rules in the Service of the ‘Transformative Function’ of EU Equality Law: Bringing the Prohibition of Nationality Discrimination Along’, 2015/1, 153-176 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198458
Mariolina Eliantonio, Elise Muir, ‘Concluding Thoughts: Legitimacy, Rationale and Extent of the Incidental Proceduralisation of EU Law’, 2015/1, 177-204 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198494
Ferdinand Wollenschläger, ‘EU Law Principles for Allocating Scarce Goods and the Emergence of an Allocation Procedure’, 2015/1, 205-256 – DOI:10.7590/187479815X14313382198539
Volume 2014
  • Issue 2

Articles

Rob JGM Widdershoven, ‘Developing Administrative Law in Europe: Natural Convergence or Imposed Uniformity?’, 2014/2, 5-17 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14186465137861
Jean-Bernard Auby, ‘About Europeanization of Domestic Judicial Review’, 2014/2, 19-34, , DOI:10.7590/187479814X14186465137906
Christiaan Timmermans, ‘Developing Administrative Law in Europe: Natural Convergence or Imposed Uniformity – Some Concluding Observations’, 2014/2, 35-44 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14186465137942
Herwig HC Hofmann, Jens-Peter Schneider, Jacques Ziller , ‘The Research Network on European Administrative Law’s Project on EU Administrative Procedure – Its Concepts, Approaches and Results’, 2014/2, 45-64 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14186465137988
Mariolina Eliantonio, ‘Judicial Review in an Integrated Administration: the Case of ‘Composite Procedures’’, 2014/2, 65-102 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14186465138022
  • Issue 1

Articles

Herman van Harten, ‘(Re)search and Discover: Shared Judicial Authority in the European Union Legal Order’, 2014/1, 5-31 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14005849344658
Anna Gerbrandy, ‘The Dual Identity of National Judges in the EU and the Implausibility of Uniform and Effective Application of European Law throughout the European Union’, 2014/1, 33-65 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14005849344694

Case Analysis

Marcelle Reneman, ‘Expulsion of EU Citizens on the Basis of Secret Information: Article 47 of the EU Charter on Fundamental Rights Requires Disclosure of the Essence of the Case’, 2014/1, 69-79 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14005849344739
Ton Duijkersloot, ‘Consequences of the Violation by Administrative Authorities of the Right to be heard under EU Law: the Case M.G. and N.R.’, 2014/1, 81- 96 – DOI:10.7590/187479814X14005849344775
—, ‘Third REALaw Research Forum: Judicial Coherence in the European Union’, 2014/1, 97-98
Volume 2013
  • Issue 2

Articles

Kars J de Graaf, Nicole G Hoogstra, ‘Silence is Golden? Tacit Authorizations in the Netherlands, Germany and France’, 2013/2, 7-34

Case Analysis

John Vervaele, ‘The European Arrest Warrant and Applicable Standards of Fundamental Rights in the EU’, 2013/2, 37-54

Book Reviews

Herman E Bröring, ‘Oswald Jansen (ed.), Administrative Sanctions in the European Union’, 2013/2, 87-91
  • Issue 1

Articles

Michiel Tjepkema, ‘Between Equity and Efficiency: the European Union’s No Fault Liability’, 2013/1, 7-37
Henrik Wenander, ‘A Network of Social Security Bodies – European Administrative Cooperation under Regulation (EC) No 883/2004’, 2013/1, 39-71
Jorge Agudo González, ‘The Evolution of Administrative Procedure Theory in ‘New Governance’ Key Point’, 2013/1, 73-109

Case Analysis

John Vervaele, ‘The Application of the E U Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR) and its Ne bis in idem Principle in the Member States of the EU’, 2013/1, 113-134
Arno Geleijnse, Willemien den Ouden, ‘Claims for Interest in the Fight against Fraud to the Union’s Financial Interests: a Practical Solution’, 2013/1, 135-147
Wolfgang Köck, ‘The Distance Requirement under Article 12(1) of the Seveso II Directive’, 2013/1, 149-157

Book Reviews

Stéphanie De Somer , ‘Herwig C.H. Hofmann and Russell L. Weaver (eds), Transatlantic Perspectives on Administrative Law’, 2013/1, 161-166
Stephanie ten Kate, ‘H.J. van Harten, Autonomie van de nationale rechter in het Europees recht. Een verkenning van de praktijk aan de hand van de Nederlandse Europeesrechtelijke rechtspraak over de vestigingsvrijheid en het vrijedienstenverkeer’, 2013/1, 167-171