Free Movement (Goods, Persons, Capital, Services and Rights of Establishment)

The European Common Market was developed to enable free movement of goods, persons, capital, workers and services across the Member States of the Community.  Members of Monckton Chambers have been involved in many of the most important cases from the early days of the European jurisprudence.  Whether it was the Sunday Trading rules or rights to fish in Factortame; we were there. We pride ourselves on our expertise in European Union free movement law and continue to be heavily involved in a wide range of cases both in the domestic courts and in Luxembourg. Whether it is internal market measures regarding pharmaceuticals, the impact of EU law on immigration or the European designation of Melton Mowbray pork pies, members of Monckton Chambers are there advising and representing both government and private clients.