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Ius Laboris | Spain, United Kingdom, European Union | 4 Jun 2019

Spain - Are employers now required to keep records of daily working time?

The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers must keep a record of all hours worked by their workers each day, in order to ensure compliance

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Allen & Overy LLP | European Union | 22 May 2019

EU member states must require employers to record working time systematically

Flexible working time models are well established in the service sector and are becoming increasingly popular among employees. Flexible working is

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Beiten Burkhardt | Spain, European Union, Germany | 17 May 2019

EuGH: Verpflichtung von Unternehmen zur vollständigen Arbeitszeiterfassung wird kommen - "Downgrade" der Arbeitswelt 4.0?

Nach Auffassung der Richter aus Luxemburg (EuGH v. 14.05.2019 (Rs. C-5518)) müssen Mitgliedstaaten nationale Regelungen schaffen, die Unternehmen

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Bird & Bird LLP | Belgium, European Union | 16 May 2019

CCOO vs Deutsche Bank (ECJ C-5518): another piece of the puzzle for fundamental rights enforcement in employment matters?

On 14 May 2019 the ECJ issued a judgment by way of preliminary ruling in the 'working time recording' case, a Spanish social conflict between trade

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CMS Germany | Luxembourg, Spain, European Union, etc. | 15 May 2019

The Time Clock for Everyone - New System for The Time Clock for Everyone - New System for Time Recording Recording

News from Luxembourg: the time clock for everyone. In many member states of the EU, including Germany, the European Court of Justice considers the

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CMS Germany | European Union, Germany | 15 May 2019

Die Stechuhr für alle - Neues System zur Arbeitszeiterfassung

Am 14. Mai 2019 entschied der Europäische Gerichtshof (EuGH), dass die Erfassung von Arbeitszeiten über die Dokumentation von Überstunden hinausgehen

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DLA Piper | Spain, European Union | 14 May 2019

Member States must require employers to set up a time recording system

On 14 May 2019, the ECJ held (Docket No. C-5518), that Member States must oblige employers by law to set up a system for recording the time worked

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 13 May 2019

European court tells employers to properly measure the length of time their staff are working

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has today handed down an important judgment about working time in the case of CCOO v Deutsche Bank

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 10 May 2019

Court of Appeal confirms ISDA 1995 Credit Support Annex does not provide for payment of 'negative interest'

The Court of Appeal has upheld the High Court's decision that 'negative interest' is not payable by a Transferor of cash collateral under the

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TLT LLP | United Kingdom | 8 May 2019

Spotlight on financial crime and AML FCA priorities series part 1

In the first of our twelve part weekly series, we take a more focused look at the 12 priorities set out in the FCA Business Plan 20192020, starting

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