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EELA-ERA Annual Seminar on EU Labour Law in Brussels on 24 November 2023

We would like to invite you to join us in Brussels next 24 November for our annual EELA/ERA seminar on EU Labour Law.

This event will be an ideal opportunity to get an update on the most current topics of European labour law such as:

  • The concept of employer

  • Pay transparency

  • Recent CJEU case law on labour law matters

  • Telework and the right to disconnect

We are looking forward to welcoming the following speakers and experts:

  • María Lourdes Arastey Sahún, Judge, Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg

  • Stefan Clauwaert, Senior Legal and Human Rights Advisor, European Trde Union Confedration, Brussels

  • Roman Gil Albuquerque, Partner, Sagardoy, Madrid

  • Maximiliane Kempermann, Founder, Kempermann Arbeitsrecht, Cologne

  • Prof. Emanuele Menegatti, Jean Monnet Chair in EU Social Policy, University of Bologna

  • Inger Verhelst, Partner, Claeys & Engels

You will find further information here. Detailed programme available here. The event is planned as an in-person event only.

We are looking forward to seeing you in-person in Brussels!

Constantin Bakopoulos, EELA Board Member for Greece

Pierre Elvinger, EELA Board Member for Luxembourg

Leyre Maiso Fontecha, ERA Deputy Head of Section

Sten Foyn, EELA Board Member for Norway

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