Yearbook of European Law - Vol. 14

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INDEX
abuse of dominant position
British Gypsum and 495-6
Court of First Instance and 494-8
European Court of Justice and 522-3
fines and 497-8
geographic market and 495
market definition and 494-5
relevant market and 494-5
Tetra Pak and 494, 496-8
tying and 495
United Brands and 496
abuse of process 201
ACI 472-3
acid rain 318, 321-2
acts
characteristics of 67
classification of 66-7
Commission's proposals and 45
Council and 40
definition of 44-5
Germany and 68
implementation of 69
legal basis of 416-18
review of 37-8
Africa552-3
agencies
corporation tax and 89-92
freedom of establishment and 74, 81
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property 163, 167
Air France case 504-7
air pollution 304see also emissions
air transport 537
alcohol 54-5
All Weather Sports Benelux499-500
antitrust procedure
access to documents and 135-6
appeals and 138-9, 140
Cartel Offices and 112-13
Commission and 113-17
Court of First Instance and 127, 128-9, 132-3, 140-1
dawn-raids and 136-8
EC-US Antitrust Cooperation Agreement and 515-17
European Commission on Human Rights and 117-22, 129-33
European Convention on Human Rights and 111-42
European Court of Human Rights and 122-5
European Court of Justice and 114-17
fines and 118-25, 127-8, 139
independent judges and 111-42
investigating authorities and 113
judges and 111-42
length of proceedings and 134, 138
searches of premises and 136-8
appeals
antitrust procedure and 138-9, 140
competition and 517-19
European Court of Human Rights and 126
European Court of Justice and 517-19
Arbitration Convention 77
arrest of ships 579-86
Asahi/Saint-Gobain457-8
Asia553-4
audits
environmental 278-9
European Environmental Agency and 334
water and 278-9
Automobile Peugeot v Commission521
Avoir Fiscal case88-92, 104, 107
AKZO Chemicals BV484-5
Baltic Sea309
bananas
Judgment 15-17
regulation on 414-15
Banco de Credho Industrial524
Bangladesh case
European Development Fund and 403, 405-6
external competence and 168-72, 175
Banks v British Coal534
BASF case 528-30
Basle Convention on Control of Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Waste 288, 289-90
BATNEEC 298, 304-5
Bayer/BP Chemicals448
Bayer v Commission517-19
biotechnological inventions 47, 49, 62, 63
bird habitats 322-3, 335-6
blasphemy 630-6
Bosnia541, 548-9
BPB Industries and British Gypsum v Commission 495-6
branches
corporation tax and 89-92, 98, 103
freedom of establishment and 74, 81
Brenner and Noller v Dean Witter Reynolds Inc 578-9
British Aerospace v Commission534
British Gypsum495-6
British Telecom/Banco Santander489-90
broadcasting 641-3

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