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Higher Regional Court Dusseldorf, Prosecutor General Dusseldorf, Landgericht Dusseldorf, prosecutor Dusseldorf, Amtsgericht Langenfeld, Amtsgericht Neuss, Amtsgericht Ratingen, Sozialgericht Dusseldorf , the Finanzgericht Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf administrative court, Landesarbeitsgericht Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf labor court.
(34) UE; CJUE; Arret Deutsche Telekom AG contre Lilli Schroder, Demande de decision prejudicielle: Landesarbeitsgericht Hamburg--Allemagne de la Cour (sixieme chambre) du 10 fevrier 2000.
In this context, the Higher Labour Court, Berlin and Brandenburg (Landesarbeitsgericht Berlin-Brandenburg) asked the ECJ to interpret Regulation No 44/2001 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgements in civil and commercial matters, which lays down inter alia rules on jurisdiction over individual contracts of employment.
(24) Higher Labor Court (as Court of Appeals; Landesarbeitsgericht) of Dusseldorf, November 14, 2005, 10 TaBV 46/05.
The plaintiff appealed to the Arbeitsgericht (Local Labour Court), contending that he was better qualified and that the Bremen law was contrary to German Basic Law and to provisions of the German Civil Code.(213) The Arbeitsgericht dismissed the case, however, and the plaintiff was unsuccessful on appeal to the Landesarbeitsgericht (Regional Labour Court).(214) The plaintiff then appealed to the Bundesarbeitsgericht (Federal Labour Court) on points of law.(215) While the Federal Labour Court held the Bremen law compatible with German constitutional and statutory provisions, the court was uncertain whether the Bremen law was consistent with the European Equal Treatment Directive.
Reference for a preliminary ruling - Landesarbeitsgericht Dusseldorf - Interpretation of Article 1(1)(a) and (b) of Council Directive 2001/23/EC of 12 March 2001 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 (OJ 2001 L 82, p.16) - Applicability of Directive 2001/23/EC in the event of a legal transfer of a part of a business to another undertaking which integrates, into its organisational structure, the part of a business that has been transferred without preserving the latter's organisational autonomy - Concept of 'transfer' for the purposes of Directive 2001/23/EC
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