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Pfeiffer v Deutsches Rotes Kreuz

Pfeiffer v Deutsches Rotes Kreuz
Court European Court of Justice
Citation(s) (2005) C-397/01-403/01, [2005] IRLR 137, [2005] 1 CMLR 1123
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Working Time Directive

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