Law In Business: A matter of interpretation
Recent European Court of Justice rulings have some questioning whether the highest court in the EU has exceeded its lawful reach. Such judicial activism undermines the rule of law, argues John Norton Moore
Judicial activism was a core issue in the US Senate hearings on President Bush’s Supreme Court appointments. It has also become an issue in the debate about the future of the European Union (EU). Indeed, judicial activism at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) may be one factor in popular dissatisfaction with the European constitution.
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