Case C-212/04 Adeneler [2006]

Facts

  • A fixed term work directive provided for the conversion of successive fixed term contracts into indefinite employment
  • Greek workers claimed that the directive should apply to them, but Greece had failed to implement the directive

Issue

  • Did national law need to be interpreted in light of the directive?

Decision

  • Yes

Reasoning

  • Once the transposition buy xanax retard period for a directive has expired, national courts must interpret their law in accordance with that directive
  • During the transposition period for a directive, a Member State must not take measures contrary to the incoming directive
  • National law did need to be interpreted accordingly
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