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18/12/2014

Opinion in case C-65/14 - Charlotte Rosselle v Institut national d’assurance maladie-invalidité (INAMI) and Union nationale des mutualités libres

Request for a preliminary ruling from the Tribunal du travail de Nivelles (Belgium)


Social policy — Directive 92/85/EEC — Safety and health of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding — Maternity allowance during the maternity leave — Minimum contribution period of 120 working days over a period of 6 months — Interruption — Established public servant taking leave on personal grounds in order to start working as a salaried employee — Directive 2006/54/EC — Equal treatment of men and women at work

author(s): [Court of Justice of the EU / Advocate General Sharpston] ocial policy — Directive 92/85/EEC — Safety and health of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding — Maternity allowance during the maternity leave — Minimum contribution period of 120 working days over a period of 6 months — Interruption — Established public servant taking leave on personal grounds in order to start working as a salaried employee — Directive 2006/54/EC — Equal treatment of men and women at work
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