Pleading of Me THUAN DIT DIEUDONNÉ
European Union Law
European Union law includes all the rules of the Treaty on the European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. It also includes the acts adopted by the European institutions: mainly regulations and directives. The European Union produces other texts whose legal value in the courts is more or less recognised: ‘common positions’, ‘common strategies’, ‘framework decisions‘, etc.
This law is applicable in domestic law and is implemented by French judges of both the judicial and administrative orders.
It is also possible to refer preliminary issues, missteps, appeals, appeals, annulment and appealto the Courts of the European Union (the Court of the European Union and the European Court of Justice) appeal. These remedies follow very specific rules that are different from the rules of national procedure.
There are more and more disputes in which european Union law standards play a leading role as this right extends to a plethora of circumstances.
For example, trade actors are subject to numerous regulations within the framework of the internal market, the right of asylum is governed by European standards and the same Union provides environmental standards to be respected.
Since the european Union’s Charter of Fundamental Rights has been integrated into the Treaties of the European Union, human rights can also be invoked and protected before national and European courts.
Mr. THUAN Dit DIEUDONNÉ will be able to inform you about the application of this right before both internal and European courts. He has also already argued before the European Court of Justice on several occasions.