Commission of the European Communities v. United Kingdom

The Commission brought a charge against the United Kingdom for failing to fully implement the Directive 76/207. The Commission’s complaint is that the legislation enacted in the United Kingdom does not state that provisions contrary to equal treatment in any collective agreement will be void. The UK legislation also has an exception for private households and the practice of midwifery. The Court decided that the UK failed to meet its obligations under the treaty.

Year 

1983

Institution 

European Court of Justice

Jurisdiction 

Avon Center work product 

ID 

281