Surrogacy: both mothers ought to get maternity leave
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Advocate General's opinion in CD v ST Case C-167/12 (0 other reports)
In CD v ST  IRLR 551 ECJ; Z v A Government Department  IRLR 563 ECJ, the European Court of Justice disagreed with the Advocate General and concluded that EU law does not require that the commissioning mother in a surrogacy agreement be entitled to maternity leave.
Advocate General's opinion in CD v ST Case C-167/12
maternity leave | surrogacy | rights for surrogate and intended mother
The Advocate General has given her opinion that EU law means that both mothers in a surrogacy arrangement should have the right to receive maternity leave.