In our analysis of the EUCJ ruling of 21.12.2021 (Case C-124/20), we examine the relationship of the envisaged proportionality test to the authorization procedure under Article 5(2) of the EU Blocking Regulation in the case of secondary sanctions.

German corporate law is (finally) going digital. In implementation of the EU Digitisation Directive of 20 June 2019 (Directive (EU) 2019/1151 - amending Directive (EU) 2017/1132 – Abl. L 186 of 11 July 2019), the German legislator first passed the Act Implementing the Digitisation Directive (DiRUG of 5 July 2021, Federal Law Gazette I p. 3338) and - even before its entry into force - on 13 April 2021 initiated a government bill amending the DiRUG (RegE).

Since the so-called "Attendance Record Decision" of the ECJ (European Court of Justice) has been delivered on 14.05.2019 (Case No. C-5/18), there has been considerable uncertainty on the part of employers with regard to the burden of proof in an overtime lawsuit. The ECJ had ruled that the entire duration of the daily working time of each employee must be recorded.

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