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At the gates of the European Union: British freeports and associated State aid issues
This paper is an update from an article published in Droit Maritime Français, n° 831 in January 2021, with the permission of the editor Deploying its vision of "Global Britain" in the port sector, the British government plans to create some free ports. In addition to an adapted customs regime, these...
European market penetration legal instruments
The specific legal status of the animal
International audience The n°2015-177 Act of February 16th 2015 defined animals as “living beings endowed with sensitivity”, while at the same time keeping them under the property regime, respecting the laws which protect them.We suggest overhauling the legal category of the natural person in order...
Can the precautionary principle save bees?
Antoine CELLIO and Hugo CHAUDEMANCHE, 2 Master’s degree in International and European Law at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Management, University of Angers, ‘Science made us a bit before we became men’. Jean Rostand (1894-1977) The precautionary principle is based on the need to control technosc...
The conventions on presumptions
The practice of European Union law by the judicial judge
Contract to be published on 6 April 2016 with the support of the Mission de Recherche droit et Justice. This book publishes the proceedings of the colloquium organised in Lyon in June 2015 by the Team for International, European and Comparé Law (EDIEC, EA No 4185) in collaboration with the Research...
EC Competition Law Chronic
Help with care. Caregivers. Responsibility of the clinic
(Aix-en-Provence, 6 October. 1994, Juris-Data 046437)
Tax Rulings Under State Aid Scrutiny
Renewable energy and cross-border cooperation: the multilevel governance of the energy planning process
In line with international commitments (Paris Climate Agreement) and European commitments (Clean Energy for all Europeans package), the climate emergency requires not only promoting electricity generation from renewable energy sources (RES) in order to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but also...
March 2008 — December 2008
Study of Muslim Arts: a ‘Western creation’
As Oleg Grabar pointed out, ‘the study of Muslim arts is [...] a western creation of the European nineteenth century.’ We would like to illustrate this by focusing on a few constitutive interpretations of such a ‘creation’, particularly in France, at a time when the first exhibitions, from 1867 onwa...
Looking at the law of the European Union after the failure of the Constitutional Treaty
on 25 March 2007, the Berlin Declaration formalised the abandonment by the 27 Member States of the European Union of the draft Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. The aim of this book is to understand the state of European Union law in the context of the institutional and political crisis...
Chronic case law of the European Court of Human Rights on labour law (year 2015)
The European promotion of “living together” as a tool to combat facial discrimination in public spaces; Note under European Court of Human Rights, Second Section, 11 July 2017, Dakir v Belgium, application number 4619/12; European Court of Human Rights, Second Section, 11 July 2017, Oussar v Belgium, application number 37798/13
The Diffusion of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity and Its Aichi Biodiversity Targets within the Biodiversity Cluster: An Illustration of Current Trends in the Global Governance of Biodiversity and Ecosystems
International audience The 2010 Strategic Plan for Biodiveristy and its Aichi targets, adopted by the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, was largely endorsed as a general framework by the main conventions in the field of biodiversity and ecosystems governance. This...
The common values of the European Union and the issue of constituent power
News from the European Convention on Human Rights
(January — June 2013)
The Authority of Human Rights Case Law from the Perspective of the International Criminal Judge
This brief presentation addressed the question of the legal value of European human rights jurisprudence from the perspective of the international criminal judge.
General introduction to the law — 12th edition (with P. Courbe)
A further step towards transparency, the example of parliamentary groups
Chronic European Union Litigation Law — Contentious approach to the Treaty establishing the European Stability Mechanism or the Pringle judgment in the light of the small end of the corn!
(CJEU, 27 November 2012, No C-370/12, Pringle, RFDA 2013. 367, chron. C. Mayeur-Carpentier, L. Clément-Wilz and F. Martucci)
Mobility programs in the discourse of young Greeks : motivations, effects, role of foreign languages
The main subject of this research concerns the mobility programs, and more precisely their presence in the discourse of the young Greeks who participated in them. It aims to explore, on one hand, their perception of these programs, their motivations to participate in them and the effects of this par...
(Coord.) Engager un projet de coopérative d’habitants dans le Grand Genève. Guide méthodologique (Coord.) Engager un projet de coopérative d’habitants dans le Grand Genève. Guide méthodologique: Interreg V. Devcoop
Social movements and democracy : the case of post-dictatorial Chile, 1988-2017
This thesis aims to give an account of the evolution, in Chile, of the management of the protest events by the institutions in charge of public order since the return to democracy in 1990. It aims to examine the way in which a country once ruled by repression frames, once the democracy returned, the...