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New reference on minimum standards for material reception conditions of asylum seekers

European Courte of Justice, case C-79/13

Article Date: 27-02-2014
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In the Saciri-case (C-79/13) the CJEU was asked to provide the interpretation of some provisions stated in the Directive 2003/9/EC concerning the obligations of Member States when it comes to accommodation of asylum seekers. The Directive lays down minimum standards for the reception of asylum seeke... [Read All]

Right of residence for third-country national family members in the union citizen's state of origin

European Courte of Justice, cases C-456/12 and C-457/12

Article Date: 22-04-2014
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The Dutch Raad van State (Council of State, Netherlands), in the context of four different disputes, submitted two separate requests for a preliminary ruling concerning the correct interpretation of Directive 2004/38. This legislative instrument provides EU citizens and their family members with the... [Read All]

European Court of Justice, case C-456/12

Article Date: 12-03-2014
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JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (Grand Chamber) 12 March 2014  (Directive 2004/38/EC – Article 21(1) TFEU – Right to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States – Beneficiaries – Right of residence of a third‑country national who is a family member of a Un... [Read All]

European Courte of Justice, case C-457/12

Article Date: 12-03-2014
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JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (Grand Chamber) 12 March 2014 (*) (Articles 20 TFEU, 21(1) TFEU and 45 TFEU – Directive 2004/38/EC – Right to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States – Beneficiaries – Right of residence of a third‑country national who i... [Read All]

The recovery of incompatible State aid and the principle of cooperation in good faith: the “Mediaset case”

European Court of Justice, C-69/13

Article Date: 13-02-2014
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EU primary law provides that State aid granted by a Member State must not distort competition or trade inside the EU. The Commission is in charge of ensuring that the State aid complies with EU law. If the Commission rules that a State aid is unlawful, they will instruct the specific Member State to... [Read All]

European Court of Justice, case C-378/12

Article Date: 16-01-2014
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JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (Second Chamber) 16 January 2014 (*) (Request for a preliminary ruling – Directive 2004/38/EC – Article 16(2) and (3) – Right of permanent residence of third-country nationals who are family members of a Union citizen – Taking into consideration of per... [Read All]

Periods in prison cannot be counted towards residence permit

European Court of Justice, cases C‑378/12 and C-400/12

Article Date: 14-04-2014
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In two separate judgments, delivered on 16 January 2014, the CJEU ruled that periods of imprisonment cannot be taken into account for the acquisition of a permanent residence permit or for the grant of enhanced protection against expulsion within the meaning of Directive 2004/38 on the right of citi... [Read All]

European Court of Justice, case C-400/12

Article Date: 16-01-2014
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JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (Second Chamber) 16 January 2014 (*) (Request for a preliminary ruling – Directive 2004/38/EC – Article 28(3)(a) – Protection against expulsion – Method for calculating the 10-year period – Whether periods of imprisonment are to be taken into acc... [Read All]

Professional experience gained in another Member State should be taken into account

European Court of Justice, case C‑514/12

Article Date: 05-12-2013
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While the Court of Justice took no major step forward in its long-settled jurisprudence on free movement of workers, its judgment in case C-514/12 is still very interesting due to the current south-to-north migration waves within the EU and the relevant peril of nationality-based discrimination. The... [Read All]

Excluding a female worker on compulsory maternity leave from a training course violates EU law

European Court of Justice, case C‑595/12

Article Date: 06-03-2014
Categories: Employment Law Family Law Typology: Case Law
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Tackling discrimination on grounds of sex and reconciling professional and family life are two of the main goals of EU legislation and EU policy in general. In this regard, it is of major importance to safeguard the employment protection of women on maternity leave and to ensure that they face no de... [Read All]
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