ECJ Grand Chamber – Fixed-term employment – Directive 1999/70/EC – Framework agreement on fixed-term work – Abuse through use of successive fixed – term employment contracts – Civil and public servants – Employment conditions – Pay and pension entitlements – Direct effect of directives – Interpretation in conformity with a directive – Procedural autonomy – Referring court’s doubts as to its jurisdiction in respect of claims based directly on Community law.
V Skouris, P
C-268/06,  EUECJ C-268/06,  IRLR 552, ECLI:EU:C:2008:223,  All ER (EC) 306,  2 CMLR 47,  ECR I-2483,  Pens LR 323
Cited – T-Mobile (Uk) Ltd. and Another v Office of Communications CA 12-Dec-2008
The claimant telecoms companies objected to a proposed scheme for future licensing of available spectrum. The scheme anticipated a bias in favour of auctioniung such content. It was not agreed whether any challenge to the decision should be by way . .
Cited – Unison, Regina (on The Application of) v Lord Chancellor SC 26-Jul-2017
The union appellant challenged the validity of the imposition of fees on those seeking to lay complaints in the Employment Tribunal system.
Held: The appeal succeeded. The fees were discriminatory and restricted access to justice.
The . .
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Updated: 05 March 2021; Ref: scu.263464