CHEZ Razpredelenie Bulgaria (Judgment) 
Case ReferenceCJEU C-83/14
Legal BodyCourt of Justice EU (CJEU/ECJ)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
What does a Bulgarian case about the electricity provider's decision to place external meters well out of reach in local Roma-dominated areas have to do with equality laws in Ireland and indeed the whole of the EU? Quite a lot, actually. It sets out significant findings on the principles of direct and indirect discrimination in EU law.
It is tempting to forget that all of the law on employment equality, and at least some of the law on equality in the provision of goods and services, is governed by EU Directives.
One difficulty is that there have been relatively few cases before the
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