Asunto C-458/05: Petición de decisión prejudicial planteada mediante resolución del Oberster Gerichtshof, de fecha 16 de noviembre de 2005 , en el asunto entre Mohamed Jouini, Okay Gönen, Hasan Bajric, Gerald Huber, Manfred Ortner, Sükran Karacatepe, Franz Mühlberger, Nakil Bakii, Hannes Kranzler, Jürgen Mörth, Anton Schneeberger, Dietmar Susteric, Sascha Wörnhör, Aynur Savci, Elena Peter, Egon Schmöger, Mehmet Yaman, Dejan Preradovic, Andreas Mitter, Wolfgang Sorger, Franz Schachenhofer, Herbert Weiss, Harald Kaineder, Ognen Stajkovski und Jovica Vidovic y PPS Princess Personal Service GmbH

JurisdictionEuropean Union
Celex NumberC2006/060/43
Published date17 March 2006
C_2006060EN.01002201.xml

11.3.2006

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 60/22


Reference for a preliminary ruling from the Oberster Gerichtshof by order of that court of 16 November 2005 in Mohamed Jouini, Okay Gönen, Hasan Bajric, Gerald Huber, Manfred Ortner, Sükran Karacatepe, Franz Mühlberger, Nakil Bakii, Hannes Kranzler, Jürgen Mörth, Anton Schneeberger, Dietmar Susteric, Sascha Wörnhör, Aynur Savci, Elena Peter, Egon Schmäger, Mehmet Yaman, Dejan Preradovic, Andreas Mitter, Wolfgang Sorger, Franz Schachenhofer, Herbert Weiss, Harald Kaineder, Ognen, Stajkovski and Jovica Vidovic v PPS Princess Personal Service GmbH

(Case C-458/05)

(2006/C 60/43)

Language of the case: German

Reference has been made to the Court of Justice of the European Communities by order of the Oberster Gerichtshof of 16 November 2005, received at the Court Registry on 29 December 2005, for a preliminary ruling in the proceedings between Mohamed Jouini and Others and PPS Princess Personal Service GmbH on the following question:

Is there a transfer of a business or part of a business, within the meaning of Article 1 of Council Directive 2001/23/EC of 12 March 2001 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees' rights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of undertakings or businesses (1), where, in the course of collaboration between two temporary employment undertakings, without there being a defined organisational structure of the first temporary employment undertaking, a branch manager and a customer adviser and a manager transfer from the...

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