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07/02/2013

Opinion in case C-546/11 - Dansk Jurist- og Økonomforbund (DJØF — Danish Union of jurists and economists) acting on behalf of Erik Toftgaard v Indenrigs- og Sundhedsministeriet

References for a preliminary ruling from the Højesteret (Denmark) 



Council Directive 2000/78/EC  - Fixing of age limits for access or entitlement to retirement or invalidity benefits under occupational social security schemes - Discrimination on grounds of age – National legislation providing, in the event of abolition of a worker’s post, for compensation up to the amount of his salary for three years or until he has reached retirement age – Retirement pension paid to a worker 65 years of age whose post has been abolished, irrespective of his entitlement to continue working after age 65

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