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Cassis de Dijon: 40 Years On

Edited by: Albertina Albors-Llorens, Catherine Barnard, Brigitte Leucht

ISBN13: 9781509945795
To be Published: August 2022
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2021)
Price: £41.99
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9781509936632



Why is the 1979 the Court of Justice judgment in Cassis de Dijon so famous and so significant in the evolution of EU trade law?. As this landmark judgment approaches middle age, this book revisits this decision with the benefit of hindsight: why did the Court of Justice decide Cassis de Dijon as it did? How has the decision been developed by the EU? And, looking forward, how has the decision been used to develop international trade? This book brings together some of the leading writers in the field of EU trade law, constitutional law and European history for a fresh examination of this ground-breaking judgment, looking at it from the perspective of its past (who, what and why); its present (is it making a difference?); and its future (how does it fit in international trade agreements).

Subjects:
International Trade, EU Law
Contents:
1. Introduction: Why Revisit Cassis de Dijon?
Albertina Albors-Llorens, University of Cambridge, UK, Catherine Barnard, University of Cambridge, UK and Brigitte Leucht, University of Portsmouth, UK
PART I: THE MAKING OF A LANDMARK DECISION
2. From Dassonville to Cassis: The Revolution That Did Not Take Place
Robert Schütze, Durham University, UK
3. The Missing Ingredient in Cassis de Dijon: An Exercise in Legal Archaeology
Catherine Barnard, University of Cambridge, UK
4. The Cassis de Dijon Judgment and the European Commission
Brigitte Leucht, University of Portsmouth, UK
PART II: THE IMPACT OF A LANDMARK DECISION
5. 'Ceci n'est pas … Cassis de Dijon': Some Reflections on its Triple Regulatory Impact
Inge Govaere, Ghent University, Belgium
6. Did Cassis de Dijon Make a Difference?
Stephen Weatherill, Oxford University, UK
7. EU Competition Law and the Legacy of Cassis de Dijon
Albertina Albors-Llorens, University of Cambridge, UK
8. Mutual Recognition: Addressing Some Outstanding Conundrums
Peter Oliver, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
9. Mutual Recognition and EFTA
Georges Baur, Liechtenstein-Institut, Bendern/Liechtenstein
10. Negotiating Mutual Recognition Agreements: Challenges and Techniques
Emilija Leinarte, University of Cambridge, UK and Catherine Barnard, University of Cambridge, UK
PART III: CASSIS DE DIJON IN THE LANDSCAPE OF EUROPEAN LEGAL AND MARKET INTEGRATION
11. Big Decisions in European Legal and Economic Integration: What have We Learned?
Karen J Alter, Northwestern University, USA