The handbook of EEA law


The handbook of EEA law

Carl Baudenbacher, editor

Springer, c2016

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Includes bibliographical references and index



This Handbook comprehensively addresses the breadth of law encompassed by the EEA Agreement, which extends the European Union's Single Market to three EFTA countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.The Handbook is first and foremost intended for practitioners and legal scholars, but its approachable style makes it readily accessible for students. The Handbook provides the reader with a thorough grounding in the EEA Agreement, detailing how secondary EU law becomes applicable in the EFTA pillar, and the roles played by the EFTA Surveillance Authority and the EFTA Court. It considers the EEA Agreement from the respective perspectives of the national authorities, courts, and the legal professions of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The book meticulously examines substantive EEA law, beginning with the general principles and the four freedoms, through competition law and State aid to such aspects as the precautionary principle, tax law and mutual administrative and legal assistance. Emphasis is placed on jurisprudence and especially that of the EFTA Court.Each chapter has been written by a judge, noted practitioner or eminent academic in their respective fields and the book is divided into twelve parts:Part I History and main features of the EEA AgreementPart II Genesis of EEA LawPart III Institutions and ProcedurePart IV National Authorities in the EFTA PillarPart V National Courts in the EFTA PillarPart VI The Practicing Bar in the EFTA PillarPart VII General Principles and ProhibitionPart VIII The Fundamental FreedomsPart IX Competition Law and Related MattersPart X Further Areas of Economic LawPart XI Law of Natural and Economic ResourcesPart XII Social Protection and Public Health


Part I History and main features of the EEA Agreement: The History of the EEA Agreement and the First Twenty Years of Its Existence by Sven Norberg and Martin Johansson.- Part II Genesis of EEA Law: Decision-Making Procedure and Implementation of New Law by Georges Baur.- Suspension of Parts of the EEA Agreement: Disputes about Incorporation, Consequences of Failure to Reach an Agreement and Safeguard Measures by Georges Baur.- The Notion of `Opting Out' by Knut Almestad.- EEA Main Agreement and Secondary EU Law Incorporated into the Annexes and Protocols by Halvard Haukeland Fredrisksen.- Part III Institutions and Procedure: The EFTA Surveillance Authority by Frank Buchel and Xavier Lewis.- The EFTA Court: Structure and Tasks by Carl Baudenbacher.- The Relationship between the EFTA Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union by Carl Baudenbacher.- Dispute Resolution Under the EEA Agreement by Christa Tobler.- Part IV National Authorities in the EFTA Pillar: Attorney General of Norway by Pal Wenneras.- Attorney General of Iceland by Einer Karl Hallvardsson.- Liechtenstein EEA Coordination Unit by Andrea Entner-Koch and Thomas Bischof.- Part V National Courts in the EFTA Pillar: Norwegian Courts by Thomas Christian Poulsen.- Icelandic Courts by Skuli Magnusson.- Liechtenstein Courts by Wilhelm Ungerank.- Part VI The Practicing Bar in the EFTA Pillar: Norwegian Bar by Thomas Nordby.- Icelandic Bar by Stefan Geir Thorisson.- Liechtenstein Chamber of Lawyers by Mario Frick.- Part VII General Principles and Prohibition: General Principles by Pall Hreinsson.- General Prohibition of Discrimination on Grounds of Nationality by Halvard Haukeland Fredrisksen.- Part VIII The Fundamental Freedoms: Free Movement of Goods by Peter-Christian Muller-Graff.- Right of Establishment and Free Movement of Services by Philipp Speitler.- Free Movement of Persons by Kjartan Bjarni Bjorgvinsson.- Free Movement of Capital by Per Christiansen.- Part IX Competition Law and Related Matters: Competition Law - The Brussels Perspective by John Temple Lang.- Competition Law - A National Perspective by Siri Teigum.- State Aid by Michael Sanchez Rydelski.- Public Procurement by Magnus Schmauch.- The Principles of Transparency and Openness, and Access to Documents by Romina Polley and Michael-James Clifton.- Part X Further Areas of Economic Law: Financial Services Law by Johannes Gasser and Francesco Schurr.- Gambling Law by Simon Planzer.- Intellectual Property Law by Ole-Andreas Rognstad.- Tax Law by Richard Lyal.- Mutual Administrative and Legal Assistance by Andreas Batliner and Heinz Konzett.- Part XI Law of Natural and Economic Resources: Natural Resources by Knut Almestad.- Energy Law by Dirk Buschle and Birgitte Jourdan-Andersen.- Part XII Social Protection and Public Health: Social Policy Law by Catherine Barnard.- The Precautionary Principle by Alberto Alemanno.

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