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The End of Impunity? The Legal Duties of ‘Borrowed’ EU Institutions under the European Stability Mechanism Framework: ECJ 20 September 2016, Case C-8/15 to C-10/15, Ledra Advertising et al. v European Commission and European Central Bank

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MA (College of Europe), LLM (NYU), PhD Candidate in EU Law, Maastricht University. I am grateful to Professor Monica Claes and Professor Elise Muir for their comments on an earlier draft. Any remaining errors are my own.

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C. Barnard , ‘The Charter in Time of Crisis: a Case Study of Dismissal’, in N. Countouris, M. Freedland (eds.), Resocializing Europe in a Time of Crisis (Cambridge University Press 2013) p. 250 at p. 267-277

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European Constitutional Law Review
  • ISSN: 1574-0196
  • EISSN: 1744-5515
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