Italian Lecturers Cross the Rubicon in Their Fight for Equal Pay and Long-term Employment Contracts

by Henry Rodgers “The European Commission asks that the Court of Justice impose on the Italian Republic a penalty payment of EUR 309,750 for each day’s delay in complying with the judgement of the Court in Case C-212/99, from the day on which the Court delivers its judgement in the present case.”   Thus concludes the notice published in the Official Journal of the European Communities in April this year of the Commission’s recourse to its last resort to compel Italy to end its 17 year long discriminatory treatment of foreign language university lecturers (lettori). With the Commission prosecution, Italy […]
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