The Judicial Construction of Europe

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References

Judicial Decisions

European Court of Justice

Stork, ECJ 1/58 [1959] ECR 17.

Van Gend en Loos, ECJ 26/62 [1963] ECR 1.

Costa, ECJ 6/64 [1964] ECR 585.

Stauder, ECJ 29/69 [1969] ECR 419.

Internationale Handelsgesellschaft, ECJ 11/70 [1970] ECR 1125.

Defrenne I, ECJ 80/70 [1971] ECR 445.

Nold, ECJ 4/73 [1974] ECR 491.

Van Duyn, ECJ 41/74 [1974] ECR 1337.

Dassonville, ECJ 8/74 [1974] ECR 837.

Rutili, ECJ 36/75 [1975] ECR 1219.

Defrenne II, ECJ 43/75 [1976] ECR 455.

De Peijper. ECJ 104/75, [1976] ECR 613.

Kramer, ECJ 3/76 [1976] ECR 1279.

Rewe-Zentralfinanz, ECJ 33/76 [1976] ECR 1989.

Comet, ECJ 45/76 [1976] ECR 2043.

Simmenthal, ECJ 35/76 [1976] ECR 1871.

Simmenthal, ECJ 106/77 [1978] ECR 629.

Defrenne III, ECJ 149/77 [1978] ECR 1365.

Cassis de Dijon, ECJ 120/78 [1979] ECR 649.

Macarthy's, ECJ 129/79 [1980] ECR 1275.

Jenkins, ECJ 96/80 [1981] ECR 911.

Rewe-Handelsgesellschaft Nord, ECJ 158/80 [1981] ECR 1805.

Commission v. Luxembourg, ECJ 58/81 [1982] 2175.

Commission v. UK, ECJ 61/81 [1982] ECR 2601.

Oosthoek, ECJ 286/81 [1982] ECR 4575.

Inter-Huiles, ECJ 172/82 [1983] ECR 555.

Rhônes-Alpes Huiles, ECJ 295/82 [1984] 575.

Von Colson, ECJ 14/83 [1984] ECR 1891.

Commission v. Denmark, ECJ 143/83 [1985] ECR 427.

ADBHU, ECJ 240/83 [1985] ECR 531.

Marshall I, ECJ 152/84 [1986] ECR 723.

Bilka, ECJ 170/84 [1986] ECR 1607.

Commission v. Belgium, ECJ 247/85 [1989] ECR 3071.

Commission v. Italy, ECJ 262/85 [1987] ECR 3073.

Foto Frost, ECJ 314/85 [1987] ECR 4199.

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Table of contents

  • The Judicial Construction of Europe iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures xii
  • List of Tables xiii
  • 1: The European Court and Integration 1
  • 2: Constructing a Supranational Constitution 45
  • 3: The Free Movement of Goods 109
  • 4: Sex Equality 147
  • 5: Environmental Protection 199
  • 6: Conclusion 235
  • References 245
  • Index of Cases 265
  • Index 267
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