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Title: Avis sur la possibilité de la reconnaissance, par chaque Etat membre, du mariage homosexuel ouvert aux Pays-Bas et en
Belgique et le rôle de l’exception d’ordre public international du droit international privé de chaque Etat membre
Author (Corp. Body): Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: CFR-CDF.avis2-2003
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: marriageEUsame-sex cohabitationbasic rightinternational lawprivate law
Subject: European Community law in generalFamily lawDemocracy and civil liberties
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesBelgiumNetherlands
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Title: Zivilrecht schnell zur Hand : Willkommen auf unserer Website! Dies ist eine neue Initiative, die den Bürgern Europas
den Zugang zum Recht erleichtern soll
Title (other): La justice civile à portée de main : Bienvenue sur notre site internet, une nouvelle initiative pour faciliter
l’accès à la justice à tous les citoyens européens
Table of Contents
Zivilrecht schnell zur Hand
Eine Website – wozu?
Das Europäische Justizielle Netzfür Zivil- und Handelssachen
Welche Informationensind auf der Website zu finden?
Navigationsbeispiel
Ausblick
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission | European Judicial Network in Civil and Commercial Matters
Publisher: Amt für amtliche Veröffentlichungen der Europäischen Gemeinschaften
Year: 2007
Language: de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUEuropean Lawinternational lawlegal usagecivil law
Subject: European Community law in generalCivil law
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Practice Guide : Jurisdiction and applicable law in international disputes between the employee and the employer
Abstract
The Practice Guide intends to give an overview of the relevant current legal provisions (including case law) on matters of private international law and posting in the area of employment contracts to assist practitioners . This Guide is not intended to be legally authoritative, nor does it purport to be comprehensive . The content of this Guide is without prejudice to the legal interpretation by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) of the legal instruments referred to in this Guide.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
The purpose and legal status of the Practice Guide
Introduction
1. What matters does this Guide cover?
What type of relationships are covered?
How to determine whether the party is ‘an employee’ within the meaning of the Brussels I Regulation and the Rome I Regulation and thus can benefit from the protective regimes foreseen in these Regulations?
Are employees established in third countries covered?
What about ‘bogus self-employment’?
What types of employment claims are covered?
Who is the employer?
2. Which court is competent to hear the employment dispute?
Where can the employer sue the employee?
Where can the employee sue the employer?
Where is the employer domiciled?
3. Which law is applicable to the employment dispute?Limited party autonomy
What is covered by the applicable law
Hierarchy of connecting factors
Escape clause
4. What if the employee has been posted to another country under the Posted Workers Directive (Directive 96/71/EC)?
Jurisdiction
Applicable law
5. Jurisprudence of the ECJ
What is the habitual place of work?
What is the place of hiring?
What is the escape clause in the Rome I Regulation?
Does the law applicable to the contract of employment determine whether an employment claim can be assigned?
What about party autonomy to conclude choice of court agreements?
6. Overall conclusions
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Verbraucher
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Europäisches Justizielles Netz für Zivil und Handelssachen
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-56732-2 | DS-02-16-170-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: employerwage or salary earnerlabor lawemploymentEUfreedom of movementjurisdictionmanual
Commercial Lawinternational lawprivate lawlawlegislative provisioncontractlaw of nations
Subject: European Community law in generalLabour law. Social law
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the feasibility of processing asylum claims outside the EU against the background of the Common European Asylum
System and the goal of a Common Asylum Procedure : Final report
Abstract
With the development towards comprehensive and more sophisticated border control regimes, the problem of protection seekers’ access to EU territory has increasingly come into focus. Disorderly movement is presently the main avenue to safety in the EU, and human smugglers act as important facilitators. Single European states have sought ways out of this dilemma, and pioneered techniques of externalised processing. One of them is the operation of Protected Entry Procedures from the platform of diplomatic representations, allowing a non-national-to approach the potential host state outside its territory with a claim for asylum or other form of international protection, and-to be granted an entry permit in case of a positive response to that claim, be it preliminary or final.Provided they are well-crafted, Protected Entry Procedures could drain parts of the market for human smuggling, attract bona fide refugees who presently opt for the smuggling services and thereby decrease the total number of disorderly arrivals and partially eliminate the problem of returning the rejected caseload. An obvious security advantage for states is to know in advance who wishes to enter their territory. In addition, important synergies with integration and labour immigration policies can be created.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Objective of the Study
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Defining Protected Entry Procedures and Related Concepts
1.5 Convergence Areas between Protected Entry Procedures and Other Protection Regimes
2 Processing Asylum Claims Outside the EU: Historical Precedents and Current Debates
2.1 Protection and Evacuation by Embassies during the Holocaust
2.2 Post-War Practices and Debates
...
3 The Legal Dimensions of Protected Entry Procedures
3.1 The Relevance of International, Supranational and Domestic Law
3.2 The Applicability of Protective Norms of International Law
...
3.3 Protected Entry Procedures and the Law of the European Union
4 Modelling Protected Entry Procedures
4.1 Protected Entry Procedures and its Relation to Other Systems of Refugee Protection
...
4.2 Unilateral Approaches or Multilateral Cooperation?
4.3 Inclusiveness and Formalisation
4.4 Filter Elements in Protected Entry Procedures
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5 Benefits and Drawbacks of Protected Entry Procedures
5.1 Enhanced Control and the Gradual Drainage of the Smuggling Market
5.2 Will Numbers Increase, Decrease or Remain Unaffected?
5.3 Trade-Offs in the Area of Beneficiaries’ Substantive and Procedural Rights
...
5.4 Reception During Procedures and the Rejected Caseload
5.5 Risk and Cost Redistribution
5.6 Potential Synergies with Integration Policies
5.7 Potential Synergies with Labour Immigration Policies
5.8 The Added Value of the EU in Crafting External Processing Regimes
6 Current Systems for Processing Asylum Claims Outside the EU and Selected Host States
6.1 Practice in States Operating Formal Protected Entry Procedures
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| 6.2 Practice in States Not Operating a Formal Protected Entry Procedure
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6.3 Practice in Three Non-EU Resettlement Countries
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7 The Development Potential of External Processing in Europe
7.1 Comparative Overview and Critical Analysis of Existing Solutions...
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7.2Future Scenarios for Processing Asylum Claims Outside the EU
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8 Conclusions
Table of Cases
Bibliography
Author: Noll, Gregor ; 1139136186 | Fagerlund, Jessica | Liebaut, Fabrice
Contributer: The Danish Centre for Human rights
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Year: 2002
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumright of asylumAustraliaDenmarkEUFranceGreat Britaininternational law
Canadaslave trademigrationNetherlandsAustriaprotectionismlawSwitzerlandSpainUnited States of America
Subject: European Community external relationsEuropean Community treaties and agreementsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Austria. General ResourcesSwitzerland. General ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesDenmark
SpainFranceUnited KingdomNetherlandsCanadaUSAAustralia
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