Law - EU cases

Why are these cases important for EU questions?

Bulmer v Bollinger
Guidelines for a discretionary refferal under Article 267. The effect of Eu Law on Uk law and EU law taking precedent
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Costa v ENEL ECJ
Against the italian governmentm Eu law is still supreme over domestic law even if the domestic law was passed after becoming a member state of the EU
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Diocese of Hallam v Connaughton
Principle of equal treatement directive, types of EU law under treaty. Equal pay act in conflict with the equal treatment directive
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Duke v G.E.C reliance
horizontal direct effect (privatised company)
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Factortame
Effect of EU law on Domestic law. Spanish fisherman wanted to fish in English seas, UK said no, conflicted with the free movement of individuals - EU law takes precedent
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Foster v British gas
Recently arm of state, vertical direct effect
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Francovich v Italy
Clear link between government failing to implement the directive and the damage to the claimant. Francovich principle when his company went bust. Avoids horizontal direct effect.
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Gibson v Yorkshire Council
Workint time directive - vertical direct effect
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Macarthys v Smith
Woman paid less in same job. Article 267 referrals, types of EU law. EU took precedent.
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Marshall v Southampton AHA
EVERYTHING. Treaty's, equal treatment, made to retire earlier than man. Art 267 referral, EU and UK law in conflict.
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Paula Faccini Dori v Recreb Sri
Horizontal direct effect
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Pickstone v Freeman
UK courts becoming much happier at applying EU law. Suprememcy of EU
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Re Tachographs: The Commission v the UK
Institutions bringing cases against member states (commission) and treaty directly applicable
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Thoburn v Sunderland City Council
Metric measures, market trader challenged the law saying parliamant has soverignty. They said they gave away that when they joined the EU
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Torfean and Borough council
Art 267 referral and Eu law affecting UK law
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Van Duyn v Home office
UK wouldn't let her in. TOR said free movement of individuals. Uk not allowed to say no. EU supreme
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Van Gend en Loos
Supremecy of the EU
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Bosman
should be no trasnfer fees when footballers are out of contract, free movement of individuals
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Brasserie du Passeur
ECJ making member states accountable for failing to implement directive. Not only could you follow francovich principle and bring a case against the government, but could bring cases against member states for breaching and EU law
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Against the italian governmentm Eu law is still supreme over domestic law even if the domestic law was passed after becoming a member state of the EU

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Costa v ENEL ECJ

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Principle of equal treatement directive, types of EU law under treaty. Equal pay act in conflict with the equal treatment directive

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horizontal direct effect (privatised company)

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