'Europeanisation of the law: consequences for the Dutch judiciary', written by several leading Dutch academics, is a useful new report giving a broad overview of the sort of structural issues arising from ECJ case law that with increasing frequency confront national courts. Especially the section on 'Five practical examples of how the Court's case law could affect the organisation of the Dutch judiciary' (Section 2.2.3), which focuses on the ECJ's judgments in Koebler, Kuehne & Heitz, Zuckerfabrik Suderdithmarschen, Orfanopoulos and Streekgewest Westelijk Noord-Brabant, could be interesting for foreign scholars with a comparative interest in the Dutch reception of EC law.
S. Prechal, R.H. van Ooik, J.H. Jans, K.J.M. Mortelmans
(Amsterdam, Utrecht and Groningen)