Issues 2020-2021

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Volume 2021
  • Issue 3

Articles

Francisco Hernández Fernández, ‘The Application of National Law and Composite Procedures in the Single Supervisory Mechanism. Did the Court of Justice of the EU find a New Van Gend en Loos?’, 2021/3, 5-27, DOI:10.7590/187479821X16341122033250 1874-7981
Emilie Chevalier, ‘The Control of Administrative Inaction in the Context of the COVID-19 Health Emergency in France: an Inadequate Response from the Interim Relief Judge?’, 2021/3, 29-43, DOI:10.7590/187479821X16341122033269 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Rob Wertheim, ‘C-826/18, Stichting Varkens in Nood and others v College van burgemeester en wethouders van de gemeente Echt-Susteren (Judgment of 14 January 2021)’, 2021/3, 47- 69, DOI:10.7590/187479821X16341122033278 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Roberto Caranta, ‘EU State Aid Law. Emerging Trends at the National and EU Level’, 2021/3, 73- 76
Andrei Quintia Pastrana, ‘Administración y doctrina de los actos propios. Incoherencias aplicativas’, 2021/3, 77- 79
  • Issue 2 – Special issue: REALaw Forum 2020

Articles

Kathrin Hamenstädt, ‘Mutual (Dis-)trust in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice?’, 2021/2, 5-28, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670865 1874-7981
Simona Demková, ‘The Decisional Value of Information in European Semi-automated Decision-making’, 2021/2, 29-50, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670874 1874-7981
Delia Lucía Martínez Lorenzo, ‘A Digital Cross-border Interest in the Framework of Public Procurement Legislation: The Game Changer’, 2021/2, 51-68, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670883 1874-7981
Matteo Pressi, ‘The Use of Algorithms within Administrative Procedures: National Experiences compared through the Lens of European Law’, 2021/2, 69-84, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670900 1874-7981
Alberto Nicòtina, ‘A Procedural Idea of Environmental Democracy: the ‘Débat Public’ Paradigm within the EU Framework’, 2021/2, 85-106, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670919 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Filipe Brito Bastos, ‘Judicial Annulment of National Preparatory Acts and the Effects on Final Union Administrative Decisions: Comments on the Judgment of 29 January 2020, Case C-785/18 Jeanningros, EU:C:2020:46’, 2021/2, 109-117, Special Issue, DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670928 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Andriani Kalintiri, ‘Judicial Review of Administrative Discretion in the Administrative State’, 2021/2, 121-128, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16254887670937 1874-7981
  • Issue 1 – Special issue: Resistance to transplants in the European administrative space

Articles

Yseult Marique, Emmanuel Slautsky, ‘Resistance to Transplants in the European Administrative Space’, 2021/1, 7-36 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548718 1874-7981
Emmanuel Slautsky, ‘Independent Economic Regulators in Belgium: Contextualising Local Resistance to a Global Trend in the Light of the Belgian Economic Constitution’, 2021/1, 37-63 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548727 1874-7981
Sophie Boyron, Yseult Marique, ‘Proportionality in English Administrative Law’, 2021/1, 65-93 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548736 1874-7981
Emilie Chevalier, ‘The Case of Legal Certainty, an Uncertain Transplant Process in France’, 2021/1, 95-119 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548745 1874-7981
Petra Lea Láncos, Írisz E Horváth, Sándor Szemesi, ‘The Failure of Leniency as a Regulatory Transplant in Hungary’, 2021/1, 121-139 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548754 1874-7981
Ulrich Stelkens, ‘Judicial Protection and Competitive Award Procedures in Germany’, 2021/1, 141-165 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548763 1874-7981
Agnė Andrijauskaitė, ‘Procedural Rights in Lithuanian Administrative Law – Resistance Fuelled by the Past?’, 2021/1, 167-183 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548781 1874-7981
Dacian C Dragos, ‘The Romanian Ombudsman – A Legal Transplant Moulded by the Domestic Legal Culture’, 2021/1, 185-206 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548790 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Giulio Allevato, Fernando Pastor-Merchante, ‘The Google Ireland Case and the Legal Battle over Digital Taxes in the European Union’, 2021/1, 209- 220 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548808 1874-798

Book Reviews

Rónán R Condon, ‘Varga Z., The Effectiveness of Köbler Liability in National Courts, Hart Publishing 2020, ISBN 978 1 509 93920 6, 221 pp., eBook £54.00’, 2021/1, 223-231 – DOI:10.7590/187479821X16190058548817 1874-7981
Volume 2020
  • Issue 4

Articles

Catherine Warin, ‘A Dialectic of Effective Judicial Protection and Mutual Trust in the European Administrative Space: Towards the Transnational Judicial Review of Manifest Error?’, 2020/4, 7-31 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16098444161640 1874-7981
Agnė Andrijauskaitė, ‘The Principle of Legality and Administrative Punishment under the ECHR: A Fused Protection’, 2020/4, 33-51 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16098444161668 1874-7981
Petr Mádr, ‘Article 51 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights from the Perspective of the National Judge’, 2020/4, 53-85 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16098444161677 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Menelaos Markakis, ‘Composite Procedures and Judicial Review in the Single Resolution Mechanism: Iccrea Banca’, 2020/4, 109- 125, , DOI:10.7590/187479820X16098444161721 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz, ‘Marta Cantero Gamito and Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz, The Role of the EU in Transnational Legal Ordering Standards, Contracts and Codes, Edward Elgar Publishing 2020, ISBN 9781788118408, 352 pp. Hardback available for £105’, 2020/4, 134-138 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16098444161811 1874-7981
Giulio Napolitano, ‘Eliantonio, M and Backes C, Cases, Materials and Text on Judicial Review of Administrative Action, Hart Publishing 2019, 1 st edn, ISBN 9781509921478, 1032 pp., £49.50’, 2020/4, 129-133 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16098444161802 1874-7981
  • Issue 3 – Special issue: Mutual recognition

Articles

Luca De Lucia, ‘One and Triune – Mutual Recognition and the Circulation of Goods in the EU’, 2020/3, 7-35 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818771 1874-7981
Meinhard Schröder, ‘Mutual Recognition of Driving Licences in the EU – Current State of Integration and Perspectives’, 2020/3, 37-60 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818780 1874-7981
Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz, ‘Mutual Recognition and the Ever-incomplete Internal Market for Pharmaceuticals’, 2020/3, 61-87 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818799 1874-7981
Henrik Wenander, ‘Sincere Cooperation, Mutual Trust, and Mutual Recognition in Social Security Coordination’, 2020/3, 89-108 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818834 1874-7981
Stefano Dorigo, ‘Mutual Recognition versus Transnational Administration in Tax Law: Is Fiscal Sovereignty Still Alive?’, 2020/3, 109-133 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818861 1874-7981
Annalisa Volpato, ‘Mutual Recognition, Pre-emption and De-centralisation in the Common Agricultural Policy’, 2020/3, 135-157 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818870 1874-7981
Luis Arroyo Jiménez, ‘Mutual Recognition in the Spanish Multi-level Administrative State’, 2020/3, 159-182 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818889 1874-7981
Stefano Dorigo, Mariolina Eliantonio, Rui Lanceiro, ‘The Principle of Mutual Recognition in European Administrative Law: Still Alive and Kicking?’, 2020/3, 183-195 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16009285510467 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Mārtiņš Rudzītis, ‘Legal Standing in Annulment Actions forthe Withdrawal of the Banking License’, 2020/3, 199-212 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818898 1874-7981 

Book Reviews

Astrid Voorwinden, ‘Valaguzza S. and E. Parisi, Public Private Partnerships, Governing Common Interests, Cheltenham-Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing 2020, ISBN 9781 78990 372 0, x + 256pp, hb £85.00’, 2020/3, 223-226 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818924 1874-7981
Alfredo Moliterni, ‘Zhu G., Deference to the Administration in Judicial Review: Comparative Perspectives (Ius Comparatum – Global Studies in Comparative Law vol. 39), Cham (Switzerland): Springer International Publishing 2019, ISBN 978 3 030 31538 2, xiii + 445 pp, hb € 185,29’, 2020/3, 215-222 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X16007576818915 1874-7981
  • Issue 2 – Special issue: General principles of EU law

Articles

Takis Tridimas, ‘The general principles of EU law and the Europeanisation of national laws’, 2020/2, 5-31, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852193 1874-7981
Annemarie Drahmann, ‘Finding a balance between equal treatment, transparency, and legal certainty when allocating scarce authorisations’, 2020/2, 33-53, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852201 1874-7981
Luis Arroyo Jiménez, Gabriel Doménech Pascual, ‘The Europeanisation of Spanish Administrative Law through the Principle of Legitimate Expectations’, 2020/2, 55-86, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852256 1874-7981
Herwig HC Hofmann, ‘The Duty of Care in EU Public Law – A Principle Between Discretion and Proportionality’, 2020/2, 87-112, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852265 1874-7981
Rogier Kegge, ‘The precautionary principle and the burden and standard of proof in European and Dutch environmental law’, 2020/2, 113-131, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852274 1874-7981
Henrik Wenander, ‘Europeanisation of the Proportionality Principle in Denmark, Finland and Sweden’, 2020/2, 133-153, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852283 1874-7981
Filippo Borriello, ‘Principle of Proportionality and The Principle of Reasonableness’, 2020/2, 155-174, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852292 1874-7981
Sacha Prechal, ‘Effective Judicial Protection: some recent developments – moving to the essence’, 2020/2, 175-190, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852319 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Anna Wallerman Ghavanini, ‘Rob van Gestel and Jurgen de Poorter, In the Court We Trust: Cooperation, Coordination and Collaboration between the ECJ and Supreme Administrative Courts, Cambridge University Press 2019, ISBN: 9781108481274, 256 pp., € 128,99’, 2020/2, 193-197, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852328 1874-7981
Cosimo Tommasi, ‘Dacian C. Dragos, Polonca Kovač, Albert T. Marseille, The Laws of Transparency in Action, A European Perspective, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan 2019, hardcover, ISBN 978-3-319-76459-7, xxi+666 pp., € 217,99’, 2020/2, 198-201, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852337 1874-7981
Livio Girgenti, ‘Christopher Bovis, The Law of EU Public Procurement, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2015, 2nd edn, hardback, ISBN 9780199684687, lxi+864 pp., £ 195.00’, 2020/2, 202-210, Special Issue – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15930701852346 1874-7981
  • Issue 1

Articles

Jorge Agudo, ‘Mutual Recognition, Transnational Legal Relationships and Regulatory Models’, 2020/1, 7-40 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X158814249283721874-7981
Enrico Gagliardi, Laura Wissink, ‘Ensuring effective judicial protection in case of ECB decisions based on national law’, 2020/1, 41-71 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15881424928381 1874-7981
Giulia Gentile, ‘The ECJ as the EU Court of Appeal: some evidence from the appeal case-law on the non-contractual liability of the EU’, 2020/1, 73-107 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15881424928408 1874-7981
Micaela Lottini, ‘The SOLVIT Network: State of the Art and Possible Future Developments’, 2020/1, 109-123 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15881424928417 1874-7981
Oskar J Gstrein, ‘Right to be forgotten: european data imperialism, national privilege, or universal human right?’, 2020/1, 125-152 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15881424928426 1874-7981

Case Analysis

Sim Haket, ‘Popławski II: A Half-Hearted Embrace of Hierarchical Supremacy’, 2020/1, 155- 174 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15881424928435 1874-7981

Book Reviews

Livio Girgenti, ‘Steen Treumer and Mario Comba, Modernising Public Procurement. The approach of EU Member States’, 2020/1, 177-183 – DOI:10.7590/187479820X15881424928444 1874-7981