|Author (Corporate)||European Court of Justice, Information Service|
|Publisher||European Court of Justice (ECJ)|
Legislation of a Member State under which a recipient of services can be ordered to suspend payments and to pay a security to guarantee payment of a possible fine which might be imposed on the provider of services, established in another Member State, for an infringement of the labour law of the first Member State is contrary to EU law. Such national measures go beyond what is necessary for attaining the objectives of protecting workers, combating fraud, especially social security fraud, and preventing abuse.
|Subject Categories||Justice and Home Affairs|
|Subject Tags||Consumer Rights | Protection, EU Law, National Law | Legal Systems|
|Countries / Regions||Slovenia|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|