The European Patent Office (EPO) grants European patents for the contracting states to the European Patent Convention (EPC), which was signed in Munich on 5 October 1973 and entered into force on 7 October 1977. It is the executive arm of the European Patent Organisation.
The Oxford Standard Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) is a system of citation and presentational style for use in legal writing, covering abbreviation, punctuation, cross-referencing, the use of headings, and other topics.
"The Observatory analyses and monitors the interinstitutional decision-making process in the European Union, the role of the European Parliament in shaping European legislation and the activities of the various institutions involved in the legislative procedure.[...] The database includes all texts examined and voted on in plenary, be they legislative, budgetary or non-legislative."
PreLex, the database on inter-institutional procedures follows the major stages of the decision-making process between the Commission and the other institutions: stage of the procedure; decisions of the institutions; persons' names; services responsible; references of documents …etc, and monitors the works of the various institutions involved (European Parliament, Council, ESC, Committee of the Regions, European central Bank, Court of Justice, etc.).
Case law, legislation, commentaries on EU and national level. Includes the books: Bellamy & Child: European Union Law of Competition, Faull & Nikpay: The EU Law of Competition andWhish & Bailey: Competition Law
Provides a digest of every EU competition, case, regulation, notice, judgment and decision.
Contains digests of cases and indexes to find cases by subject, legal questions, types of agreements, concepts and keywords.
European Union law guide
In print in the Faculty of Law Library, shelf: EU 0.5.