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Some may see this as a radical change in opinion while others may view it as the CJEU bringing greater clarity in response to requests by Spain’s courts that are...

Two cases before the CJEU addressed the German legal provision, which intends that only workers who at the end of an employment reference period have already requested the right to...

In a report published on 14 May, two year’s later than due, the European Commission offers an evaluation of the implementation of the European Works Council Directive (recast Directive 2009/38/EC)...

On 25 April the European Commission proposed new company law rules to make it easier for companies to merge, divide, and move company seats within the EU.

The proposal presented on April 23 aims to offer protection to whistleblowers who report breaches of European Union law.

On 17 April, the Court of Justice of the European Union handed down a ruling on a case submitted by a job candidate who failed to secure employment with the...

On 13 March, the Commission presented a legislative proposal detailing the tasks and resources for this new body that aims to develop worker, trainee and apprentice mobility, provide operational and...

A ‘common approach’ is how the EU trilogue (European Parliament, Council and Commission) presented the provisional agreement that was struck on the evening of 28 February, and which aims to...

On 22 February, the European Court of Human Rights lent its backing to the stance adopted by the French Hight Court, which ruled that an employer may check worker files...

Here we will summarise five rulings delivered in the past two months on working time, posting of workers and dismissal of protected individuals (pregnant women and disabled people).

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