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02/04/2003

Opinion in case C-256/01 - Debra Allonby v Accrington & Rossendale College, Education Lecturing Services, trading as Protocol Professional and Secretary of State for Education and Employment

References for a preliminary ruling from the Court of Appeal (England & Wales) (Civil Division) - United Kingdom


Principle of equal pay for men and women - Direct effect - Meaning of worker - Self-employed female lecturer undertaking work presumed to be of equal value to that which is undertaken in the same college by male lecturers who are employees, but under contract with a third company - Self-employed lecturers not eligible for membership of an occupational pension scheme

author(s): Court of Justice of the EU / Advocate General Geelhoed
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