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Fide presents the book that will help legal operators to understand the interpretation of the Court of Justice in its different material fields


The book "Social Law of the European Union, Application by the Court of Justice", is a collective work promoted by Fide, edited by Lefebvre - El Derecho, with the collaboration of FORELAB and ASNALA. A work that was born with the ambition to become a reference for all legal operators not only in Spain, but in the entirety of the European Union.



Last Wednesday (April 18th) Fide presented the book "Social Law of the European Union, Application by the Court of Justice", a collective work promoted by Fide, edited by Lefebvre - El Derecho, with the collaboration of FORELAB and ASNALA, in which 49 authors, jurists of extraordinary prestige and relevance from the fields of the Academia, the judiciary and the legal profession have participated (*). The authors have constituted a group of reflection of the highest value. A work that was born with the ambition to become a reference for all legal operators not only in Spain, but in the entirety of the European Union.



Today, the book has only been published in Spanish, but we will soon present other versions of the book.

Throughout the event, the value of this work, the complexity, diversity and, in some cases, specialization of each analysed subject were highlighted. To accomplish this, the book required a collective reflection that would allow to analyse and debate each issue with depth and perspective, allowing each proposal or solution the vision to carry the approval of the whole group. Each idea, each suggestion, each conclusion contained in the book was the fruit of the debate and reflection of those who today are recognized as the main specialists in the study and application of Labour Law in Spain.

The content of the book follows an expository methodology of European Union Social Law regulations in a wide range of topics, with emphasis on its interpretation by, primarily, the Court of Justice (and also, where appropriate, other European courts and tribunals). of high Spanish courts). It includes a careful and exhaustive chronologically ordered jurisprudential annex that includes all the jurisprudence cited in the work.
  
It has the contributions of 49 jurists of extraordinary prestige and relevance.
  
The result is an authentic vademecum that will contribute decisively to the legal operators not being left out of the essential Social Right of the European Union, knowing fully the interpretation of the Court of Justice in its different material areas.

Directors

  • Maria Emilia Casas Baamonde, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and President Emeritus of the Constitutional Court
  • Román Gil Alburquerque, Partner of Sagardoy Abogados.

Coordinators

  • Ignacio García-Perrote Escartín, Professor of Labor Law, UNED and Lawyer
  • Adriano Gómez García-Bernal, Lawyer - Partner J & A Garrigues
  • Antonio V. Sempere Navarro, University Professor (s.e). Magistrate of the Supreme Court.

Authors (in alphabetical order)

  • Joan Agustí Maragall, specialist magistrate. Head of the Social Court No. 33 of Barcelona
  • Ana Alós Ramos, Lawyer, Partner of Uría Menéndez, Associate Professor at ESADE and ICAB (Barcelona Bar Association)
  • Pablo Aramendi Sánchez, Magistrate, Social Court 33 of Madrid
  • Mª Lourdes Arastey Sahún, Magistrate of the Sala IV (Social) of the Supreme Court
  • María Amparo Ballester Pastor, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Valencia
  • Antonio Baylos Grau, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Castilla La Mancha
  • Ricardo Bodas Martín, President of the Social Chamber of the National Court
  • Juan Bonilla Blasco, Partner Cuatrecasas. Magister Juris, Oxford
  • Jaime Cabeza Pereiro, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Vigo
  • Yolanda Cano Galán, Lawyer of the Supreme Court (Social Room). Full Professor, Rey Juan Carlos University
  • Dolores Carrascosa Bermejo, Associate Professor, PhD at Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE) and Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Accredited T.U. ANECA). Editor in Lefevbre-El Derecho. National Expert of the Freessco Network (Free Movement of Workers and Social Security Coordination) of the European Commission
  • Maria Emilia Casas Baamonde, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and President Emeritus of the Constitutional Court
  • Faustino Cavas Martínez, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Murcia. Magistrate (suppl.) Of the Supreme Court of the Region of Murcia
  • Jesús Cruz Villalón, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Seville
  • Salvador del Rey Guanter, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security (ESADE Law School). Partner and President of the Cuatrecasas Institute for Legal Strategy in Human Resources
  • Laurentino J. Dueñas Herrero, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Valladolid
  • Maria Fernanda Fernández López, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Seville
  • Raquel Flórez Escobar, Member Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  • Javier Gárate Castro, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Santiago de Compostela
  • Manuel Antonio García-Muñoz Alhambra, Associate Professor, University of Castilla-La Mancha
  • Joaquín García Murcia, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • Ignacio García-Perrote Escartín, Professor of Labor Law, UNED and Lawyer
  • Román Gil Alburquerque, Partner of Sagardoy Abogados
  • José María Goerlich Peset, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, Universitat de València
  • Francisco Javier Gómez Abelleira, Professor of Labor Law, Carlos III University of Madrid
  • Adriano Gómez García-Bernal, Lawyer - Partner J & A Garrigues
  • José Manuel Gómez Muñoz, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security. Jean Monnet Chair-European Law, University of Seville
  • Iván López García de la Riva, Associate Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, Universidad Complutense. Director of the Labor Department, Abdón Pedrajas & Molero
  • José Fernando Lousada Arochena, Special Magistrate of the Social Order, TSJ Galicia. Doctor in Law - Social Graduate. Associate Professor, University of Coruña
  • Carolina Martínez Moreno, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security. Department of Private Law and Business, University of Oviedo, Campus of El Cristo
  • Juan Martínez Moya, Magistrate (specialist) of the Social Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of the Region of Murcia. Member of the General Council of the Judiciary
  • Jesús R. Mercader Uguina, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, Carlos III University of Madrid
  • José María Miranda Boto, Professor Contracted Doctor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Santiago de Compostela
  • José Luis Monereo Pérez, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Granada. President of the Spanish Association of Health and Social Security (AESSS)
  • Maria Nieves Moreno Vida, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Granada. Director of the Labor Law and Social Security Department, University of Granada
  • Magdalena Nogueira Guastavino, Professor of Labor Law, Autonomous University of Madrid. Former lawyer of the Constitutional Court
  • Joaquín Pérez Rey, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Castilla-La Mancha
  • Sergio Ponce Rodríguez, Partner of the Labor Department, Uría Menéndez Abogados
  • Carlos Hugo Preciado Domènech, Magistrate Specialist of the Social Order, TSJ Catalunya
  • Margarita Isabel Ramos Quintana, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of La Laguna
  • Susana Rodríguez Escanciano, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of León
  • Miguel Rodríguez-Piñero y Bravo -Ferrer, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security
  • Miguel Rodríguez-Piñero Royo, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, University of Seville. Senior Counselor, PwC Tax & Legal Services
  • Eduardo Rojo Torrecilla, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, Autonomous University of Barcelona. Director of the Department of Public Law and Historical-Legal Sciences, Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • Carolina San Martín Mazzucconi; Professor of Labor Law and Social Security, Rey Juan Carlos University
  • Maria Luisa Segoviano Astaburuaga; Magistrate of Court Room IV of the Supreme Court
  • Antonio V. Sempere Navarro, University Professor (s.e). Magistrate of the Supreme Court
  • Fernando Valdés Dal-Ré, Professor of Labor Law. Magistrate of the Constitutional Court
  • Rosa María Virolés Piñol, Magistrate of the Supreme Court, Room IV.




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