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European Union Civil Service Law

With well over a hundred cases a year, for nearly 35 000 staff of the EU institutions, the European Union Civil Service Tribunal (TFP) not only deals with issues related to labour relations but also with the social security system.

The European Centre for Judges and Lawyers – EIPA Luxembourg – held a conference in November 2012 and October 2013, on the theme ‘The European Union Civil Service Law’. These were a great success and attracted the enthusiasm of many participants, including judges from the European Union Civil Service Tribunal, legal representatives of the European institutions, university professors, and lawyers specialised in this field. In this context, EIPA wishes to repeat the experience, whilst offering a different format and exploring some of the specific points of the subject.The aim of the conference is twofold: first, to inform participants about recent developments in the case law of the Civil Service Tribunal and to look in more detail at specific issues regarding civil service litigation in the EU, including those which are currently on the agenda; and secondly, to allow for a debate and a critical assessment of this case law among the key actors concerned, namely judges, lawyers and staff of the institutions.

When

27 Nov 2014 @ 08:30 am

28 Nov 2014 @ 05:00 pm

Duration: 1 days, 8 hours


Where

Stanhope Hotel

Rue du Commerce 9

Belgium


Organised by

EIPA Luxembourg

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