CJEU. C-121/21, R Czech Republic v. Poland. Poland is ordered to pay the European Commission a daily penalty payment of € 500.000 because it has not ceased lignite extraction activities at Turów mine

Such a measure appears necessary in order to strengthen the effectiveness of the interim measures decided upon in the order of 21 May 2021 and to deter that Member State from delaying bringing its conduct into line with that order… Read moreCJEU. C-121/21, R Czech Republic v. Poland. Poland is ordered to pay the European Commission a daily penalty payment of € 500.000 because it has not ceased lignite extraction activities at Turów mine

NNDKP invites you to Employment SpotON – webinar series on sensitive employment law aspects

The employer-employee relationship is subject to constant adjustment.   Notions such as harassment, telework and other concrete aspects such as the restrictive clauses in individual labor contracts, the reorganization of the business activity or managing professional inadequacy may generate reputational… Read moreNNDKP invites you to Employment SpotON – webinar series on sensitive employment law aspects