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Author Cumming, George (Lawyer), author

Title Expert evidence deficiencies in the judgments of the courts of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights / George Cumming
Published Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands Kluwer Law International, [2014]
©2014
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Description 1 online resource (272 pages)
Series European monographs ; 89
European monographs ; 89
Contents Ch.1. Brief overview of statutory interpretation - ch.2. Scope of expert evidence as regards the Court of Justice of the European Union, the General Court and the European Court of Human Rights - ch.3. Use of expert evidence in selected judgments of the United States Supreme Court (USSC), the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) and the Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada) (BCSC) - ch.4. The CJ and GC involving primarily pursuant to Article 267 TFEU References Citizenship and Competition Law and One Direct Action for Non-contractual Liability against the Commission - ch.5. European Court of Human Rights Judgments Hirst (2) and Scoppola
Summary "Questions of admissibility surrounding expert evidence have always bedevilled the judiciary. However, statutory language and rules of procedure, conscientiously interpreted and applied to the use of expert evidence, can go a long way towards achieving rectitude of decision where judgement requires knowledge not necessarily possessed by the jurists responsible for trying the case. In this remarkable work of analysis and commentary, George Cumming takes the position that the prominent international courts of Europe fail to follow their own rules of procedure in the use of expert opinion, thus potentially breaching the express right to a fair trial embodied within Article 6 (1) ECHR." -- Wolters Kluwer CCH Website
Notes Description from eBook on Wolters Kluwer CCH page (viewed November 2017)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Admissible evidence -- Europe.
Admissible evidence -- North America.
Courts -- Europe.
Courts -- North America.
Evidence, Expert -- Europe.
Evidence, Expert -- North America.
Fair trial -- Europe.
Judgments -- Europe.
Judgments -- North America.
Law -- Europe -- Interpretation and construction.
Form Electronic book
Author CCH Australia Limited, distributor
Kluwer Law International (Firm), publisher
ISBN 9789041141330 (ePub)
Other Titles Expert evidence deficiencies in the judgements of the courts of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights