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A case of "nested enforcement": Article 83(2) TFEU, compliance and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice post-Lisbon
(Edward Elgar, 2016)
Article 83(2) TFEU confers legislative competence upon the EU to require Member States to use criminal law means to ensure the effective implementation of Union policies. The paper uses Anthony Bottoms' typology of compliance ...
Crimes, remedies and videotape; An unhappy encounter with EU law?
(Cambridge University Press, 2016)
The chapter uses the ruling of the Court of Appeal/Divisional Court in the joined cases of Interfact and Budimir to discuss the concept and phenomenon of national judicial resistance to the encroachment of European laws ...
What price criminal justice in the EU?
Editorial discusses a variety of aspects of the EU's evolving criminal jurisdiction in the context of the issues of financial cost and constitutional accountability.