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Significance of the rise of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights: evidence from consumer and employee protection – by Stephen Weatherill

October 29, 2013

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A question of general interest in EU law asks whether the Charter of Fundamental Rights, granted binding effect from 2009, will exert a transformative or merely confirmatory effect on EU law and policy. Stephen Weatherill looks at topical insights into the answering of that question drawn from EU law on consumer and employee protection. […]

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