Equal Treatment & Insolvency of EmployerPosted in : Commercial Law for Employers on 30 April 2014
This article features two cases from the CJEU:
Case:Frédéric Hay v Crédit agricole mutuel de Charente-Maritime et des Deux-Sèvres
Reference: Case C-267/12, CJEU (Fifth Chamber), 12 December 2013
Legislation: Council Directive 2000/78/EC
Key Issues: Equal Treatment
Mr Hay has been an employee with Crédit Agricole in France since 1998. On 11 July 2007, Mr Hay concluded a civil solidarity pact (PACS) with a person of the same sex. On that occasion, Mr Hay applied for the days of special leave and the marriage bonus granted to employees who marry, in accordance with Crédit Agricole’s national collective agreement. Crédit Agricole refused him those benefits, however, on the ground that,
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