|Author (Person)||Alemanno, Alberto|
|Series Title||Common Market Law Review|
|Series Details||Vol.53, No.4, August 2016, p1037–1063|
|Publication Date||August 2016|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
What is the role of a national court in the review of national measures restricting free movement? In which way should it review the proportionality of those measures when adopted on public health grounds, and on the basis of what evidence? And what is the burden of proof that the relevant Member State must discharge?
The author in this article tries to answer the issues raised by analysing the judgement of the European Court of Justice in 'Scotch Whisky Association and Others v. Lord Advocate and Advocate General for Scotland'.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry, Health, Internal Markets, Law|
|Countries / Regions||Europe, United Kingdom|