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13 minutes | Mar 4, 2019
Episode 008- What is the CJEU's judicial and supervisory role? Who brings cases to the CJEU?
In this episode I explain the differences between the Court of Justice of European Union's judicial and supervisory function. I refer to Van Gend en Loos v Nederlandse Tariefcommissie (Case 26/62) (1963) ECR 3, Tachographs, Re (Case 128/78); sub nom Commission of the European Communities v United Kingdom (Case 128/78) (1979) ECR 419 and United Kingdom v Council of the European Union (Case C-84/94) (1996) All ER (EC) 877, (1996) ECR 15755.
7 minutes | Feb 4, 2019
Episode 007- What is the difference between regulations, directives and treaties? What is meant by direct applicability?
In this episode I explain the differences between treaties, directives and regulations. I also explain what is meant by direct applicability and explain that directives are not directly applicable, but that regulations are directly applicable.
16 minutes | Jan 21, 2019
Episode 006: EU law- What is the EU? What is EU law?
In this episode I provide answers to the following questions: 1. What is the EU? 2. What is EU law? 3. Which are the main institutions in the EU? 4. Which institutions create EU law?
11 minutes | Jan 3, 2019
Episode 005-The Neighbour test, Anns test and Caparo test.
What is the difference between the 'Neighbour test,' the 'Anns test' and the 'Caparo test'? How did the courts apply the Neighbour test after the Donoghue v Stevenson decision in 1932? Why was the Anns test developed in 1978 and later overruled by the House of Lords? These questions are explored in this episode of the Law with Denise podcast.
10 minutes | Dec 26, 2018
Episode 004: What is the 'neighbour principle'?
In this episode I explain the House of Lords' 1932 decision in Donoghue v Stevenson case.I explain what is meant by the 'neighbour principle'. You also learn two reasons why this decision was so significant to the development of the modern law on negligence.
6 minutes | Dec 16, 2018
Episode 003-What did Mrs Donoghue want from the courts?
Did you Mrs Donoghue have a case? What did she want from the courts? What did they say in response to her?
6 minutes | Dec 2, 2018
Facts of Donoghue v Stevenson (1932)
You will find out the facts of the Donoghue v Stevenson case. You will also find out what the law was in 1929, when Mrs Donoghue started her case. I explain why it appeared Mrs Donoghue did not have a case when her solicitor started her case.
5 minutes | Nov 23, 2018
Introduction- What is 'Law With Denise'?
In this episode you will get an understanding of what this podcast is about. You will also hear how long I have been teaching Law and which areas of Law I teach.
16 minutes | Nov 5, 2018
Elements of a contract.
What makes an agreement legally binding? What elements are needed for a contract to be formed?
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