Dealing with EU Law. The Role of National Courts in the Interpretation and Application of European Union Law, Mihai Șandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), Editura Universitară, 2014

Between Rights and Charters: ECHR and EU law before national judges (Giuseppe MARTINICO)

Deferential dialogues between supranational and constitutional courts in the European multi-level system (Ioana RĂDUCU)

Overcoming the legal Iron curtain: Similarities and dissimilarities in the use of preliminary references between new and old Member States (Juan A. MAYORAL)

Proportionality to balance trade in services and fundamental rights between the European Court of Justice and national courts (Giuseppe BIANCO, Tatum RAGUES)

The role of the European Court of Justice in the interpretation of indirect taxes within the preliminary reference procedure (Ricardo GARCÍA ANTÓN)

The review of national action for compliance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the context of the preliminary reference procedure (Mihaela VRABIE)

The thin line between the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights. Trends and patterns in preliminary references in Romanian courts (Daniel Mihail ŞANDRU, Constantin Mihai BANU, Dragoş Alin CĂLIN)

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