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European Employment Law

A Systematic Exposition

Gebonden Engels 2022 9781839701511
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European employment law is becoming increasingly important. Its impact upon domestic law of the Member States in fields such as fixed-term employment contracts, collective redundancies or industrial action, is growing. This volume therefore covers the complete scope of European employment law: its foundations in EU primary law and its various sources in EU secondary legislation, as well as the growing body of case law of the European Court of Justice.

The book begins by providing an overview of the relevant fundamental rights, fundamental freedoms and competences of the European Union in the field of employment law. A systematic presentation of the conflict of law rules in European Employment Law then follows: the Rome I and Rome II-Regulations, the Posting of Workers Directive and the Brussels Regulation on the recognition and enforcement of judgements. Subsequently, the author focuses on individual labour law which, at the EU level, is principally composed of rules on non-discrimination, the protection of safety and health and working time; rules on atypical forms of employment (part-time, fixed-term and temporary agency work) and special groups of employees (mothers, parents, young people); as well as legislation concerning employment protection in situations of collective redundancy, business transfer and insolvency. This is followed by a discussion of collective labour law issues. Particular attention is given to the European Works Council and the rules on employee involvement in the European Company, the European Cooperative Society, and the European Private Company, and to employment law rules contained in the Directive on cross-border mergers.

European Employment Law is written for advanced students, academics and practitioners specialising in EU employment law.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781839701511
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:1070
Uitgever:Intersentia
Druk:2
Verschijningsdatum:21-1-2022
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch
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Over Karl Riesenhuber

Karl Riesenhuber studied law at the Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, and the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. He clerked at the Court of Berlin and worked at the University of Potsdam prior to receiving his doctorate in 1997. His thesis, titled “Die Rechtsbeziehungen zwischen Nebenparteien” (“The Legal Relationship Between Collateral Parties”) won the Wolf Rüdiger Bub-Prize. He was a Feodor Lynen fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, research fellow of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Fund) and visiting scholar at Wolfson College, Cambridge. In 2002, he received his Habilitation (post-doctoral-degree) from the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg Faculty of Law with a thesis titled “System und Prinzipien des Europäischen Vertragsrechts” (System and Principles of European Contract Law). He was assistant lecturer at the University of Cambridge School of Law and official fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge from 2000-2001. In 2002 became visiting professor, subsequently in 2004 full professor at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), focusing on intellectual property and media law and comparative law. In 2006 he was appointed professor of civil law, German and European trade and business law at Ruhr-University Bochum where he also established the Ruhr Academy of European Private Law. In 2007-2008 and 2010-2011, Riesenhuber conducted research at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. He is the author of several books on EU-Contract Law and European Labour Law. He edited and co-authored numerous conference proceedings.

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Inhoudsopgave

§1. European Employment Law: Introduction, Subject Matter, Sources of Law, Overview, Methods (p. 1)

PART 1. FOUNDATIONS
§2. Fundamental Rights (p. 51)
§3. Fundamental Freedoms (p. 99)
§4. Competition Law and Labour Law (p. 165)
§5. Legislative Competences (p. 173)

PART 2. CONFLICT OF LAWS
§6. Conflict of Laws – The Rome I and Rome II-Regulations (p. 205)
§7. The Posting of Workers Directive (p. 233)
§8. The Brussels Ia-Regulation on Jurisdiction and the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments (p. 257)

PART 3. PROTECTION OF PERSONALITY RIGHTS
CHAPTER 1. ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW
§9. The Principle of Equality and Prohibitions of Discrimination – General Part: Sources of Law and Instruments of Protection (p. 273)
§10. Prohibition of Sex Discrimination (p. 331)
§11. Race Discrimination Directive (p. 369)
§12. The Equal Treatment Framework Directive (Religion, Belief, Disability, Age and Sexual Orientation) (p. 375)

CHAPTER 2. DATA PROTECTION
§13. General Data Protection Regulation (p. 413)

PART 4. INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW
CHAPTER 1. EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS
§14. The Transparency Directive (p. 447)
§15. Whistleblower Directive (p. 475)

CHAPTER 2. WORKERS’ SAFETY AND HEALTH
§16. The Safety and Health Framework Directive (p. 499)
§17. The Working Time Directive (p. 519)

CHAPTER 3. ATYPICAL FORMS OF EMPLOYMENT
§18. Atypical Forms of Employment – Overview and General Part (p. 559)
§19. The Part-Time Work Directive (p. 571)
§20. The Fixed-Term Work Directive (p. 591)
§21. The Temporary Agency Work Directive (p. 619)
§22. The Temporary Work Health and Safety Directive (p. 641)

CHAPTER 4. PROTECTION OF SPECIFIC GROUPS OF WORKERS
§23. The Maternity Protection Directive (p. 647)
§24. The Parental and Carers’ Leave Directive (p. 673)
§25. The Young People at Work Directive (p. 693)

CHAPTER 5. EMPLOYEE PROTECTION IN BUSINESS RESTRUCTURING AND INSOLVENCY
§27. The Transfer of Undertakings Directive – With an Appendix on the Takeover Directive (p. 735)
§28. The Insolvency Protection Directive (p. 803)

PART 5. COLLECTIVE EMPLOYMENT LAW
§29. European Law on Employee Involvement – Introduction and Overview (p. 823)
§30. The Information and Consultation Framework Directive (p. 845)
§31. The European Works Council Directive (p. 863)
§32. Employee Involvement in the European Company and in the European Cooperative Society (p. 903)
§33. Cross-Border Structural Measures (Conversion, Merger, Division) and Employee Participation (p. 943)
§34. Employee Involvement in the European Private Company (p. 977)

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