The added value of the 2 daylong seminar consists of delivering in-depth insights on highly specialized topics pertaining to diversified aspects of cross-border labour disputes at the light of European Law (considering both the EU and the CoE legal frameworks, and the case law of not only the Luxembourg and the Strasbourg Courts, but also the case law of the European Committee of Social Rights). Expert speakers will be called to expand upon such aspects as jurisdiction, applicable law, cross-border transfer of undertakings, and the posting of workers. In order to combine the theoretical approach with a more concrete one, workshop sessions will also be organized in order to provide participants the possibility of applying EU and CoE legislation and the applicable case-law in practical cases, and facilitate the exchange of best practices.
Expert speakers will be called to expand upon these rules, situate them within in the framework of the EU-legislation on judicial cooperation, and focus on their practical application.
In order to combine the theoretical approach furthermore with a more concrete one, different workshop sessions will be organized to provide a widened knowledge on this important EU instrument and its related case-law, and to facilitate the exchange of best practices amongst the participants.
Judges and prosecutors from all EU Member States
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN online platform to which they receive access.
After the event, reimbursement is processed via EJTN online platform.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Deadline for application:
20 March 2020