EAT asks ECJ about scope of derogation from rest breaks and rest periods for continuity of service


We round up what caught Tribunal Watch’s eye on Twitter in the week beginning 2 April 2012, including the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Associated British Ports v Bridgeman EAT/0425/11 (on the BAILII website), a case involving pilots’ rest breaks and rest periods, asking the European Court of Justice about the derogation from the Working Time Directive for “activities involving the need for continuity of service or production”.


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