At the same time with the repeal of Law no. 62/2011 on social dialogue, the express provision according to which individual labor disputes shall be solved in the first instance by the tribunal has also been repealed.
A recent CJEU decision states that the employer must reimburse the price of the employee’s spectacles. What are the conditions?
The CJEU judgment is binding on all national courts dealing with an identical issue.
The EU Digital Services Act – The First Deadline Approaches
The EU Digital Services Act (DSA) that regulates online service content and more entered into force on November 16, 2022. Starting with February 17, 2023, very large online platforms (VLOP) or online search engines (VLOSE) have four months to fully comply.
New Regulations Regarding Social Dialogue
Law 367/ 2022 which entered into force on 25 December 2022 provides for significant amendments regarding social dialogue and repealed Law 62/2011 on social dialogue.
The Year in Review: Romanian Law Highlights in 2022
Explore 11 legal topics and developments in 2022 that have spurred significant change
A new framework model of the individual employment agreement is applicable from December 9
Jurisdiction for the resolution of malpractice disputes lies with the Tribunal – what are the consequences?
Law no. 292/2022 on health care reform unifies the case law on the resolution of malpractice disputes, the jurisdiction over actions against the decision of the Commission for Monitoring and Professional Competence in Malpractice Cases being vested in the Tribunal, and not the court of first instance, as before.
Recent Employment Law Changes: What Employers Should Be Aware Of
The new framework template of the individual employment agreement, updating internal regulations or the new provisions that can be negotiated by the CBA are some of the aspects that any employer should know about.
Sustainable Sponsorships – How ESG Impacts Sponsorship Agreements
ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) or “the three pillars of sustainability: environmental, social, governance will drive a fundamental change in all areas, both for businesses and non-profit organizations (NGOs).
Changes Related to the Organization and Functioning of Companies
The new regulation proposes a unified approach to the registration process with the Trade Registry. The digitalization of the company’s incorporation process will have a significant impact especially among start-ups, the procedures before the Trade Registry becoming easily accessible, with the possibility to be carried out exclusively online.