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Essential Cases: EU Law provides a bridge between course textbooks and key case judgments. Essential Cases provides you with succinct summaries of some of the landmark and most influential cases in EU law. Each summary begins with a review of the main case facts and decision. The summary is then concluded with expert commentary on the case from the author, Noreen O’Meara., including her assessment of the wider questions raised by the decision.

Book

Essential Cases: EU Law provides a bridge between course textbooks and key case judgments. Essential Cases provides you with succinct summaries of some of the landmark and most influential cases in EU law. Each summary begins with a review of the main case facts and decision. The summary is then concluded with expert commentary on the case from the author, Noreen O'Meara, including her assessment of the wider questions raised by the decision.

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Bedford Primary Care Trust (Case C-372/04), EU:C:2006:325, [2006] ECR I-4325, 16 May 2006 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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Bedford Primary Care Trust (Case C-372/04), EU:C:2006:325, [2006] ECR I-4325, 16 May 2006 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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Melloni v Ministerio Fiscal (Case C-399/11), EU:C:2013:107, 26 February 2013 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia website

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Commission v Poland (Case C-619/18), EU:C:2019:531, [2008] ECR I-6351, 24 June 2019 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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Commission v Poland (Case C-619/18), EU:C:2019:531, [2008] ECR I-6351, 24 June 2019 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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Melloni v Ministerio Fiscal (Case C-399/11), EU:C:2013:107, 26 February 2013 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia website

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(‘Environmental crimes’) (Case C-176/03), EU:C:2005:542, [2005] ECR I-7879, 13 September 2005 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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(‘Environmental crimes’) (Case C-176/03), EU:C:2005:542, [2005] ECR I-7879, 13 September 2005 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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Getreide und Futtermittel (Case 11/70), EU:C:1970:114, [1970] ECR 1125, 17 December 1970 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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Getreide und Futtermittel (Case 11/70), EU:C:1970:114, [1970] ECR 1125, 17 December 1970 Full case judgment: You can view the full judgment for this case on the open-access Curia

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rejected in the earlier case, ie that the increment was a reward for loyalty which could be justified under Article 45. THE ECJ 33. In the light of the essential role played by the

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rejected in the earlier case, ie that the increment was a reward for loyalty which could be justified under Article 45. THE ECJ 33. In the light of the essential role played by the

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841; M Bergman, ‘Editorial: The Bronner Case—A Turning Point for Essential Facilities’ [2000] ECLR 59; B Doherty, ‘Just What Are Essential Facilities?’ (2001) 38 CMLRev 397; C Stothers

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[278]; Case T–177/07 Mediaset (n 28) [141]; Case T–319/11 ABN Amro Group NV v European Commission EU:T:2014:186, [131]. 31 Case 5/67 Beus [1968] ECR 83, 95; Case C–205/94 Binder

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[278]; Case T–177/07 Mediaset (n 28) [141]; Case T–319/11 ABN Amro Group NV v European Commission EU:T:2014:186, [131]. 31 Case 5/67 Beus [1968] ECR 83, 95; Case C–205/94 Binder

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public and private interests at issue, it is essential to order payment of a lump sum … 115. The specific circumstances of the case are fairly assessed by setting the amount of

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public and private interests at issue, it is essential to order payment of a lump sum … 115. The specific circumstances of the case are fairly assessed by setting the amount of the

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concerning the interpretation or validity of a point of Union law which is essential to the outcome of the case. Once this ruling has been delivered, the national court takes into account