European Labour Law Conference – New forms of labour and new structures of enterprises – challenges for labour law

European Labour Law Conference (save the date – register now)

Frankfurt/M. , IG Metall Headquarter, Wilhelm-Leuschner-Str- 79, Germany

  • Friday, 15 February 2019, 14h00 – 18h30
  • Saturday, 16 February 2019, 09h30 – 13h00

Simultaneous translation: English-German-English

Programme / Programm auf Deutsch

Friday, 15 February 2019, 14h00 to 18h30 (registration starts at 13h30)

Welcome and opening:

  • ELW-Network, ELDH
  • IG Metall: Boris Karthaus, IG Metall headquarters, legal department, Frankfurt/M.

1.         Reconstruction of working time: Cristina Inversi, lecturer Manchester University

2.         Health and Security: Aude Cefaliello, PhD Candidate at University of Glasgow

Break: 15 minutes

3.         Collective Rights: Prof. Dr. Reingard Zimmer, European und international Labour law, Berlin School of Economics and Law

4.         Employee status: Professor Francisco Trillo, University of Castilla La Mancha

5.         New structures of enterprises, impact on labour contract and collective rights: Dr Jan Cremers, researcher, Tilburg University

Short discussion after each speech.

Saturday, 16 February 2019, 09h30 – 13h00

New forms of labour and structures of enterprises – challenges for trade union and legal strategies

(Entrance opens at 09h00)

09h30 Key note speech

Christiane Benner, IG Metall Co-President

Panel discussion I (trade union strategies)

  • ETUC: Esther Lynch, Confederal Secretary, ETUC, Brussels
  • France: Emilie Durlach, Legal Department CFDT, Paris
  • Poland: Ewa Podgórska-Rakiel, PhD, Legal Department NSZZ “Solidarnosc”, Gdansk
  • Spain: Prof. Dr. Antonio Garcia-Muñoz, University of Castilla La Mancha, for CCOO

Short discussion

Break: 15 minutes

Panel discussion II (legal strategies)

  • England: John Hendy QC, London
  • Netherlands: Bas van Dis, lawyer, Amsterdam
  • Italy: Elena Gramano PhD, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt/M.
  • Belgium: Lies Michielsen, lawyer, Antwerp (not confirmed)

Short discussion

13h00 Closing remarks

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Registration: office@elw-network.eu or registration@eldh.eu
(with your full name, address, and profession)

Fee: 80 € (regular), 60 € (ELW-Network members), others free (students, unemployed)

bank account: name of the bank: ING Belgium SA, beneficiary ELW, Chaussée de Haecht 55, BE – 1210 – Brussels, Belgium

IBAN BE14 3631 2954 7883, BIC/SWIFT BBRUBEBB

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Organisers:

  • ELW-Network

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