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Steinicke v Bundesanstalt fur Arbeit

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    Steinicke v Bundesanstalt für Arbeit [2003] IRLR 892 ECJ (1 other report)

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The facts

Erika Steinicke was born in 1944 and worked for the respondents, the Federal Labour Office, from 1962 onwards. Until 1976, she worked full time.