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Recent ECJ case law suggests that there are exceptional circumstances when the principle of primacy should not merely require the disapplication of national rules that are incompatible with directly effective Union acts, but in fact obliges the domestic courts to regard certain incompatible...
The burgeoning debate on EU strategic autonomy calls for an appraisal of the role of law in the pursuit of the EU’s strategic objectives. This article examines EU executive measures regarding procurement and free movement regulation of critical resources and vaccines in the wake of the COVID-19...
The article explores the ECJ case law on effective judicial protection in EAW proceedings, looking critically at the interpretation of Article 47 CFR in this context. The article reveals the approach to national procedural autonomy within the EAW case law, emerging most distinctly from the ECJ’s...
This article analyses the ECJ’s use of the margin of discretion technique to adjudicate on fundamental rights. It argues that the margin of discretion operates in a way that incorporates the interpretations of national dwecision-makers into the ECJ’s formulation of EU fundamental rights. In so...
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