Trade Union Rights in the European internal market: the Laval and Viking Cases
Viking case and Laval case are two recent European Court cases regarding the right to strike. In both cases, the court concluded that the concerned strike action were in collation of EU law. This article discusses the Viking and Laval cases by putting them into perspective on how European Social Policy stands in contrast with the provision and directive on international market on the free movement of services in the European Law.
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