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Recent ECJ Judgement on daily working time’s measurement - an overview on the current situation in Europe

Belgium, Czech Republic, European Union, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine - June 13 2019 In its judgement issued on May 14, 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) states that all companies operating in EU member states must set up a…

Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek, Anita Horváth, Christel Dumont, Davide Boffi, Dr. Markus Diepold, Eugenie Nunes, Juan Ignacio Alonso, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Linda Mendelová, Marina Ryzhkova, Ryan Carthew, Tomáš Bílek, Volodymyr Monastyrskyy, Yolande Meyvis.

Recent amendments to the Romanian Fiscal Code and their impact on employment relationships

Romania - November 23 2017 The main amendments brought by Government Emergency Ordinance no. 79/2017 to the Romanian Fiscal Code impacting employment relationships as of 1…

Anamaria Corbescu, Anda G. Todor.

Recent changes in Romanian employment legislation

Romania - August 31 2017 Tighter rules for recording work hours and illegal work Illegal work is now defined and includes accepting a person to work (i) without entering into…

Anamaria Corbescu, Anda G. Todor.

Latest changes in Romanian employment legislation you need to know about

Romania - June 7 2016 Law 1/2016 amending Law 62/2011 on social dialogue and Constitutional Court Decision 814/2015 striking down art. 60 para (1) letter g) of the Labor…

Anamaria Corbescu.

Recent rulings by Romania’s High Court clarify thorny issues in labor and employment law

Romania - February 12 2015 In Romania, the inconsistent interpretation and application of legal provisions by the courts have resulted in uneven and confusing case law and, in…

Anamaria Corbescu.