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Vindication for the pensioners of National Bank of Greece | Print |
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 13:28

The lawsuit of 360 pensioners against the National Bank of Greece (NBG) regarding the funding provided by LEPETE (Ancillary Account for The Personnel Of National Bank of Greece), which had been blocked by NBG, was recently upheld by the Court of First Instance of Athens. The relevant decision was issued on 17.09.2018 and the pensioners were represented at the court proceedings by Prof. Emer. Dr.  Konstantinos Kremalis, Attorney-at-law, Partner of KREMALIS-Law Firm.

Medical liability and enterprising risk related to medical-insurance contracts Κonstantinos Kremalis, Attorney-at-law pleading at the Supreme Court, Professor of Social Security and Health Law at the University of Athens | Print |
Friday, 05 October 2018 14:01

Brief presentation of Mr. Kremalis’ study The study reveals the problems concerning the medical liability and the enterprising risk of those persons who plan or realise the fast-growing medical-insurance contracts. It provides the legal and social-policy answers to the questions related to civil and social rights, which preoccupy daily the doctors as medical services’ providers, the insurers guaranteeing medical care and the patients, as the basic users and consumers of the medical goods and services.

Kείμενο/Οδηγία της ΕΕ για τις δραστηριότητες και την εποπτεία των ιδρυμάτων επαγγελματικών συνταξιοδοτικών παροχών | Print |
Friday, 05 October 2018 13:54

ΟΔΗΓΙΑ (ΕΕ) 2016/2341 ΤΟΥ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΟΥ ΚΟΙΝΟΒΟΥΛΙΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥ ΣΥΜΒΟΥΛΙΟΥ της 14ης Δεκεμβρίου 2016 για τις δραστηριότητες και την εποπτεία των ιδρυμάτων επαγγελματικών συνταξιοδοτικών παροχών (ΙΕΣΠ).

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Greek court takes a step towards ensuring dismissals are for a valid reason | Print |
Tuesday, 10 July 2018 09:39

Σχετική εικόναA Greek court has just recently decided a case by applying a principle set out under Article 24 of the European Social Charter, which was ratified by Greece in 2016. The principle is that workers should not to have their employment terminated without a valid reason. This moves away from the old system of ‘non-causative’ dismissal. Click to read more about this historic development.The Piraeus’ Single-member Court of First Instance has just made a historically significant decision (no. 3220/2017). It is the first time since ratification of the Revised European Social Charter by Greece on 20 January 2016 that a Greek court has applied Article 24 of the Social Charter directly and horizontally. Article 24 prohibits the arbitrary and unfair dismissal of an employee and therefore, following the ratification, the courts are now obliged to consider whether a dismissal was based on a valid reason or not and to declare any dismissals not so based, void. 


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