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Leaving Keck behind ? the free movement of goods after the rulings in Commission v Italy and Mickelsson and Roos.

Spaventa, E. (2009) 'Leaving Keck behind ? the free movement of goods after the rulings in Commission v Italy and Mickelsson and Roos.', European law review., 35 (6). pp. 914-932.

Abstract

Contrasts the approach taken by the Advocates General and the European Court of Justice in Commission of the European Communities v Italy (C-110/05) and Aklagaren v Mickelsson (C-142/05) regarding the extent to which national rules restricting the use of goods were measures having equivalent effect to quantitative restrictions on imports. Considers whether the "certain selling arrangements" criterion laid down by the European Court of Justice in Criminal Proceedings against Keck (C-267/91) has been replaced by a market access test.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:EC law, Free movement of goods, Italy, Justification, Measures having equivalent effect, National legislation, Proportionality, Sweden.
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Record Created:23 Mar 2012 15:20
Last Modified:23 Mar 2012 15:40

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