Introduction EU law rights and their protection Institutional and procedural autonomy of the member states Law effectiveness and effective legal protection Requirements of effective legal protection The right to court in EU law Courts and procedures meeting the requirements of effective judicial protection The right to a fair trial Jurisdiction and competence of the national courts The court's competence to apply EU law of its own motion National courts' competence to provide interim protection The legal standing (who has the right to court) The right to court and time limits for pursuing claims Legal instruments for revoking administrative and judicial decisions Sanctions, restitution and compensation claims Conclusions.
"The previous version of this book was published in Polish under the title Ochrona uprawnień wynikających z prawa Unii Europejskiej w postępowaniach krajowych (Wolters Kluwer 2010). This book is a modified and updated version. The author of the translation into English is Alicja Półtorak-Filipowska"--Page 5.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-361) and index.