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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: The Rule of Law, Economic Development and the Future of the European Community Courts

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Tim Cowen, General Councel and Commercial Director , BT Global Services, has written on Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: The Rule of Law, Economic Development and the Future of the European Community Courts.

ABSTRACT: This article looks at the recent changes in the European Union (EU) both under the Reform Treaty and in relation to the recognised need to complete the Single Market. In essence, the political intent is agreed and the goals have been set. The Reform Treaty has set a way of working among Member States. By contrast, the EU system of law and the method by which agreed political intent is implemented has not been reviewed, and this is addressed in the paper.

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