Auf dem Weg zu einer europ ischen Sammelklage

Collective. Redress. and. Class. Actions. in. France. Laurence Usunier Studying class actions at French law is very ... Paris 2008, § 145 and § 149; Couturier, Traité de droit du travail (vol.2), Les relations collectives de travail, ...

Author: Matthias Casper

Publisher: sellier. european law publ.

ISBN: 3866531125

Category: Class actions (Civil procedure)

Page: 328

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Droht Europa eine Sammelklageindustrie US-amerikanischen Zuschnitts, die die Unternehmen zu teilweisen extrem hohen Schadensersatzleistungen zwingt? Die Europäische Kommission denkt jedenfalls sowohl im Kartell- als auch im Verbraucherschutz über die Einführung von Sammelklagen nach. Doch wie lassen sich Sammelklagen auf europäischer Ebene durchsetzen? Zu diesem Problemfeld lud das Centrum für Europäisches Privatrecht in Münster im Januar 2009 zu einer Tagung ein. Der vorliegende Band versammelt die Ergebnisse dieser Tagung, stellt die Lösungsansätze vor und informiert in den Erfahrungsberichten aus verschiedenen europäischen Ländern wie etwa England, Frankreich und den Niederlanden über den Status quo im Hinblick auf kollektivrechtliche Elemente in den jeweiligen Rechtsordnungen. (Quelle: Text Verlagseinband / Verlag).

Regulating Social Europe

Reality and Myth of Collective Bargaining in the EC Legal Order Antonio Lo Faro ... DESPAX, M. (1989), Négociations, conventions et accords collectifs de travail, II edn, in Traité de droit du travail, (ed.) G.H. CAMERLYNCK, Tome 7, ...

Author: Antonio Lo Faro

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1847310818

Category: Law

Page: 288

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A large part of the legal debate about European social integration has been focussed on social dialogue, and in particular on the role of European collective agreements, as formerly regulated by the Maastricht Agreement on Social Policy, but now incorporated into the Amsterdam Treaty. In this volume, an attempt is made to conceptualise the function of European collective bargaining, based on an analysis of the Treaty provisions specifically dealing collective bargaining, but going beyond the Treaty in several respects. Taking an inter-disciplinary approach, the book seeks to broaden the analysis of European collective bargaining, placing it within the broader institutional context of the phenomenon usually referred to as "EC regulatory deficit". Against this background the author gives proper recognition to the different factors - legal, theoretical, institutional, political and industrial-relations oriented - which converge in the field of European collective bargaining. The author concludes that in the overall context of a general redefinition of Community regulatory strategies, European collective bargaining should be viewed not as evidence of an incomplete supranational legal pluralism but rather as a construction of Community law.

Industrial Relations in International Perspective

Despax, Michel, Conventions collectives, tome 7 de Camerlynck, G. H., Traite de Droit du Travail (Paris: Dalloz, 1966). ... Dofny, Jacques, Maurice, Marc, Willener, Alfred, Travail, salaire et production, tome 2, Pouvoir et rémunération ...

Author: Peter B Doeringer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1349044423

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 425

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Social Responsibility in Labour Relations

31.6.2 JUSTICE The view that the right to strike opposes the right to lockout and that they are equivalent,60 in other ... J. Piron & P. Denis, Le droit des relations collectives du travail en Belgique (Brussel: Larcier, 1970), 150; ...

Author: Frans Pennings

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041127836

Category: Law

Page: 578

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Since 1945, socially moderated market economies have formed the cornerstone of the European socioeconomic model. Now, however due to powerful global economic, political and demographic tendencies tensions between social and economic interests and values are increasing. These developments create an urgent need for answers, actions and measures on the European level. This wide-ranging but focused collection of essays approaches this important trend from multiple perspectives. Compiled in honour of the major European labour law scholar Teun Jaspers, it encompasses a broad spectrum of analyses and insights by forty-one distinguished contributors from seven countries. Four major tensions are identified: between the European and national level, between fundamental rights and economic freedoms, between workers and employers, and between soft and hard law instruments. Throughout, a comparative approach is emphasized, not only within the EU but also between the EU and China and South Africa. Among the many topics covered are the following: relocation of labour to low-wage countries both within and outside the EU; conditions for tempering the excesses of the free labour market; the legal weight of voluntary standards such as codes of conduct; extending the scope of application of corporate social responsibility norms to transnational enterprises; pressure on national social law due to flexibilization, deregulation and individualization; contract termination protection; employability and training of employees; fixed-term work in the wake of the Mangold ruling; adjustment of working conditions for ill and disabled workers; right to strike; and restructuring of enterprises. In light of the Lisbon strategy, the authors address how the various tensions should be reconciled, especially in the context of the flexicurity approach. The book will be of great interest to academics and practitioners for its clear categorization of the issues which must be overcome when regulating employment and social policy in the context of todayand’s EU multilevel legal order. It pays detailed attention to the legal questions raised by emerging European labour and employment policies in respect of their specific materialization, the opportunities they offer, their feasibility, and the threats they pose to traditional workerand’s protection and, more generally, to traditional concepts of labour law.

The French Labor Movement

Durand , Paul , et . al . , Traité du droit du travail ( Paris , Dalloz , 1947-1950 ) , 2 vols . Excellent historical sections as well as many passages of general interest . A third volume is to deal with collective labor relations .

Author: Val Rogin Lorwin

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674322004

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 380

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This book is based on careful historical analysis and personal observation. Dr. Lorwin has broken his material down under three main headings: first, an abbreviated history of the origins and development of French unionism through 1944; second, a close examination of the critical years 1944-53, which saw the reunification in the Confédération Générale du Travail of the Communists purged in 1940, and the subsequent bolt of the anti-Communists to form the Confédération Générale du Travail-Force Ouvrière; and, third, an analysis of the international life of French unions, their bargaining techniques, their structure, and their goals. While the discussion in the first two parts of the book is significant, the major contribution to knowledge is in the third section. An extremely valuable analysis for those who are concerned with the nature of French unionism, students of political behavior, and particularly to those who are engaged in discriminating between institutional myths and institutional realities.

The Fifth Republic at Twenty

And the continuing importance of state intervention in industrial relations means that they can always use ... See Michel Despax, Conventions collectives du travail, Traité du Droit du travail, volume 7 (Paris: Dalloz, 1966, p.

Author: William G. Andrews

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 0791494950

Category: Political Science

Page: 544

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The first twenty years of the Fifth Republic encompass four presidential elections, alternating political control of the National Assembly, and years of rapid economic growth and contraction. Thus a variety of events now allow an evaluation of the efficacy of the Fifth Republic. The chapters of this book examine: the governmental framework and various political groups that have vied for control of it; industrial development and modernization; education and culture; and foreign policy. Containing both favorable and critical assessments, the book provides a comprehensive balance sheet on the Fifth Republic and the influence of Charles de Gaulle. Its 25 essays were written by such well-known scholars as Crozier, Gagnon, Gourévitch, Ross, Suleiman, and others, as well as some of the younger generation of French specialists, with concluding synthesis by Stanley Hoffmann. The book features an essay of historical importance on the Constitution of the Fifth Republic by the Constitution’s own “father,” the former Prime Minister of France, Michel Debré. Looking into the areas of government, politics, economy, society, culture, and foreign policy, this volume gives the reader an understanding of the considerable impact of Charles de Gaulle’s administration on contemporary France. William G. Andrews is Professor of Political Science at the State University College of New York at Brockport. He is the author of French Politics and Algeria and other books on comparative politics. Stanley Hoffmann, Professor of Government at Harvard University, also directs Harvard’s Center for European Studies. He is coauthor of In Search of France, author of Decline or Renewal? France Since the 1930s, and other books on international politics.

The Impact of the Fifth Republic on France

And the continuing importance of state intervention in industrial relations means that they can always use ... See Michel Despax , Conventions collectives du travail , Traité du Droit du travail , volume 7 ( Paris : Dalloz , 1966 , p .

Author: William G. Andrews

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 9780791494967

Category: Political Science

Page: 372

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The French have searched for five generations through five republics and several other regimes for a stable political system. The Fifth Republic, born in 1958, seems to be succeeding where many others have failed. What are the reasons and conditions for the French consensus on a system of government for the first time since the ancien regime? The first twenty years of the Fifth Republic encompass four presidential elections, alternating political control of the National Assembly, and years of rapid economic growth and contraction. Thus a variety of events now allow an evaluation of the efficacy of the Fifth Republic. The chapters of this book examine: the governmental framework and various political groups that have vied for control of it; industrial development and modernization; education and culture; and foreign policy. Containing both favorable and critical assessments, the book provides a comprehensive balance sheet on the Fifth Republic and the influence of Charles DeGaulle.

The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Louis , “ Chômage et action collective ” , Sociologie du travail No.2 / 1981 , p . 173.1 The term is borrowed from J.L.. ... collectives de travail . Traité de droit du travail , under the direction of G.H.Camerlynck , Tome 7 , 1966.

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Category: Industrial relations

Page: 562

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Law and Opinion in England

relations and possibly elsewhere laissez faire may have two very different meanings . ... e.g. , for the relation between collective bargaining and legislation in France , Durand , Traité de Droit du Travail , Vol . III , pp .

Author: Morris Ginsberg

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN:

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Page: 422

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The Regulation of Working Conditions in the Member States of the European Community

2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 . 9 . 10 . 11 . 12 . 13 . 14 . 15 . 16 . 17 . 18 . 19 . 20 . 2 21 . MAST A. , and DUJARDIN , J. , " Grondwettelijk rechi " , Gent , Story - Scientia , 1985 , 583 . VERDIER , J.M. , Traité de droit du travail ...

Author: Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Employment, Industrial Relations, and Social Affairs

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Category: Industrial hygiene

Page: 234

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