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This book provides guidance to practitioners on how to act effectively when encountering EC problems in the context of judicial review. Divided into three Parts, the first Part takes as its starting point domestic judicial review procedure, grounds, and remedies and analyses them from an EC standpoint. Part Two turns to the fundamental rights and principles of law which underpin EC law.
Finally, it considers in detail those key substantive areas in which judicial review and EC law interact, such as competition law, state aid, public procurement, and the free movement of goods, services, and persons.