Tuesday May 21st, 2019 | A notable shift in case law: Supreme Court Plenary Session of April 5th, 2019

Published on : 19/04/2019 19 April Apr 04 2019

1. The purview of the notion of anxiety-based harm has now been broadened, to include every workforce member exposed to asbestos:
   - two legal regimes for anxiety-based harm
   - employer’s duty to ensure the workforce’s safety, with the emphasis on preventive measures
   - means of defence available to the employer
2. Might the notion of anxiety-based harm be further broadened, so as to take in other hazards?
   - current Conseil d'état and Supreme Court Civil Division case law
   - anxiety-based harm and other occupational hazards:  prevention and means of defence

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