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Public Procurement, Social Policy and Minimum Wage Regulation for Posted Workers: Towards a More Balanced Socio-Economic Integration Process?

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Abstract: Income inequality increased significantly over the past decades. The liberalization and outsourcing of public services, in conjunction with increased pressure on public budgets, has played a considerable role in this development: in procuring services they previously had provided themselves, public authorities fostered price competition...

Lo status del cittadino dell’Unione in cerca di occupazione: un limbo normativo?

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Abstract: In Alimanovic (case C-67/14, 15 September 2015) the CJEU ruled that Member States nationals who are job seekers and resident in another MS can be excluded from the entitlement to certain benefits constituting social assistance within the terms of EU law, which are granted to nationals in the same position. The author argues that...

Free Movement of Workers and Old-age Benefits: The Court of Justice of the European Union’s Standpoint in Commission v. Cyprus (C-515/14)

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Keywords: movement – workers – pensions – age – civil servants.
 

In its recent judgment Commission v. Cyprus,[1] the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) stated that a domestic norm, which prevents Cypriot civil servants under the age of 45 to fully benefit from the...

Dal marchio comunitario al marchio dell’Unione europea: breve commento al regolamento (UE) n. 2015/2424

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Keywords: trade mark – custom seizure – labels – products – protection.
 

Il 23 marzo 2016 entrerà in vigore il regolamento (UE) n. 2015/2424 del Parlamento europeo e del Consiglio che modifica il regolamento (CE) n. 207/2009 del Consiglio sul marchio comunitario.

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