Empirical views on European gambling law and addiction

Empirical views on European gambling law and addiction

Empirical views on European gambling law and addiction

Law of Europe > Regional comparative and uniform law > Gambling

Edition Details

  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Simon Planzer
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): Switzerland
  • Publication Information: Cham ; New York : Springer, [2014]
  • Publication Type (Medium): Electronic books
  • Material: Document, Internet resource
  • Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
  • Series title: Studies in European economic law and regulation, volume 1.
  • Permalink: http://books.lawlegal.eu/empirical-views-on-european-gambling-law-and-addiction/ (Stable identifier)

Additional Format

Print version: Planzer, Simon. Empirical Views on European Gambling Law and Addiction (OCoLC)867079006

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1 online resource : ILlustrations.

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, Empirical views on European gambling law and addiction is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Publisher: Springer
  • Responsable Person: Simon Planzer.
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Country/State: Switzerland
  • Number of Editions: 10 editions
  • First edition Date: 2014
  • Last edition Date: 2014
  • Languages: English, German
  • Library of Congress Code: KJC6065.G35
  • Dewey Code: 344.0542
  • ISBN: 9783319023069 3319023063 3319023055 9783319023052
  • OCLC: 871171671

Main Contents

Foreword; Science, Public Policy and Law: Considering the Case of Gambling; Empirical Views on European Gambling Law and Addiction; Acknowledgments; State of Research; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Table; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Gambling: A Reality of Life; 1.2 Overview; Part I: Gambling in the EU: Legal Framework; Chapter 2: National Gambling Regulation: National, International and European Constraints; 2.1 Sectorial Quasi-Exemption or Liberalisation?; 2.2 Constraints Under National Law; 2.3 Constraints Under Public International Law. 2.4 Interplay of EU Law and National Gambling RegulationChapter 3: The General Law on EU Fundamental Freedoms and the Conditions of Their Restrictions; 3.1 Fundamental Freedoms; 3.2 Justification Grounds; 3.2.1 Derogations in the Treaties; 3.2.2 Derogations in the Case Law; 3.2.3 Differences Between the Two Tracks; 3.3 Proportionality; 3.4 Margin of Appreciation; 3.4.1 Notion and Origin; 3.4.2 Relationship Between Margin of Appreciation and Principle of Subsidiarity; 3.4.3 Relationship Between Margin of Appreciation, Judicial Scrutiny and Principle of Proportionality; 3.4.4 Raison d'e?tre. 3.4.5 Commonalities and Differences Between the Court of Justice of the EU and the European Court of Human Rights3.5 Results; Chapter 4: Further Relevant Provisions for EU Gambling Law; 4.1 Primary Law; 4.1.1 Escape Gates; 4.1.2 Competition and State Aid; 4.1.3 Non-Discrimination; 4.1.4 Fundamental Rights; 4.2 Secondary Law; 4.2.1 Information Society Directive; 4.2.2 Distance Selling Directive; 4.2.3 Anti-Money Laundering Directive; 4.2.4 Data Protection Directive and Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communication; 4.2.5 Unfair Commercial Practices Directive; 4.2.6 VAT Directive. 4.2.7 Audio Visual Media Services Directive and Television Without Frontiers Directive4.2.8 E-Commerce Directive; 4.2.9 Services Directive; 4.3 Results; Chapter 5: Results of Part I; Part II: Analysis of the EU Gambling Case Law; Chapter 6: Scope of Application in EU Gambling Law; Chapter 7: Justification Grounds in EU Gambling Law; 7.1 Consumer Protection and Public Order; 7.2 Ambivalent Relationship of the State Towards Gambling; 7.3 Gambling Addiction: A Case for Public Morality or Science?; 7.4 Results; Chapter 8: The Use of the Margin of Appreciation in EU Gambling Law. 8.1 Reasons for Taking a Comparative Look at the European Court of Human Rights8.2 How to Steer the Margin of Appreciation: General Principles; 8.2.1 General Considerations; 8.2.2 The Role of the Motivation of the Decision; 8.2.3 The Importance of the Convention Right; 8.2.4 The Nature of the Justification Ground; 8.3 How to Steer the Margin of Appreciation: Criteria in Relation to Crime, Health and Public Morality; 8.3.1 Crime; 8.3.2 Health; Notion; Protection of Well-Being and Health in Childcare; General Considerations; Very Restrictive Measures Hardly Justifiable.

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