European Employment Law Cases

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2022/3 Liability for late implementation of EU law following ruling from the ECJ (DK)

Keywords Age Discrimination, Miscellaneous
Authors Christian K. Clasen
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Christian K. Clasen
Christian K. Clasen is a partner at Norrbom Vinding, Copenhagen.
  • Abstract

      The Danish Ministry of Employment has been held liable for a protracted legislative process following the ECJ’s ruling in the Ole Andersen case (C-499/08), which concluded that the Salaried Employees Act was not compliant with Directive 2000/78/EC concerning equal treatment in employment and occupation (prohibition of discrimination on grounds of age).

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