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Finnish Supreme Court
Employment contract - Transfer of undertaking - EU law - Impact of interpretation of the directive
Registration number: S2006/340
Date of presentation: 29.1.2009
Date of judgment: 23.4.2009
Case concerns the right of an employee who has resigned during the transfer of an undertaking to receive compensation from the transferee, on the basis of Section 6 of Chapter 7 of the Employment Contracts Act, taking into account the paragraph 2 of article 4 in the Directive of the EU Council 2001/23/EC.
Employment Contracts Act 55/2001, Chapter 7 Section 6
EU Council Directive 2001/23/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees' rights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of undertakings or businesses, Article 4 Paragraph 2
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