The January issue of our newsletter the OFFICI@L, which is dedicated to EU civil servants, has just been published. It is available in English and French.
-> New section > Family law : the treatment of social benefits received by parents who are EU officials or other servants in the event of separation
-> Case-law: the treatment of the family allowances of a divorced agent who has lost custody of his children
-> Focus on independence of European officials and prevention of conflicts of interest
Download the OFFICI@L – No. 73 – January 2022
EDITO the OFFICI@L – no. 73
We are pleased to welcome you to this first issue of the year 2022. We are happy to inaugurate this month our brand-new family law column, in partnership with Candice FASTREZ of PERSPECTIVES law firm, who will share her expertise in this area with you every two months. You will find the usual Belgian law column next month!
For the first edition of this collaboration, we will focus on the treatment of social benefits received by parents who are officials or other servants of the European Union in the event of separation.
This issue will also be taken up and illustrated in the case law section, with a judgment of the EU General Court handed down on 21 December last.
In the focus section, we will deal with the independence of European officials and other agents, particularly with regard to the prevention of conflicts of interest.
Finally, the “Human Rights” section will deal with a judgment concerning another case of adoption against the mother’s will, this time against Italy.
We wish you an excellent reading!
The DALDEWOLF team
the OFFICI@L is a publication of the European and competition law team of DALDEWOLF, a specialist in the European and international civil service.
the OFFICI@L is a newsletter published in collaboration with Renouveau et Démocratie.