Union Nationale des Entraineurs et Cadres Techniques Professionnels du Football (UNECTEF) v. Georges Heylens et al. Free movement of workers ― recognition of diplomas — criteria for assessing equivalence ― refusal to grant recognition ― duty to state reasons ― subject to judicial proceedings HEADNOTES Facts (as stated in the judgment) By judgment of 4 July 1986, lodged at the Court Registry on 18 August 1986, the Tribunal de Grande Instance ((Regional Court)), Lille, referred to the Court for a preliminary ruling pursuant to Article 177 of the EEC Treaty a question on the interpretation of Article 48 of the EEC Treaty. That question was raised in the criminal proceedings following the private prosecution brought by Union Nationale des Entraineurs et Cadres Tech- niques de Football against Georges Heylens, a football trainer, and Jacques Dewailly, Jacques Amyot and Roger Deschodt, directors of the Lille Olympic Sporting Club, a societe anonyme d'economie mixte, as principal and acces- sories, respectively, for having infringed the provisions of French Law No. 84-610 of 26 July 1984 on the organization and promotion of physical and sporting activities (Journal Officiel de la République Française of 17 July 1984) and Article 259 of the Criminal
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Published: Jan 1, 1987
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