In the reporting period (February 2019-June 2019), the Court of Justice of the European Union did not deliver any ground breaking rulings that really altered existing coordination rules on social security. Nonetheless, the Court did rule in various interesting cases. These include the material scope of Regulation 883/2004 (Dreyer), the rules determining the applicable legislation (SF), invalidity benefits (Vester), and family benefits (Bogatu). In addition, the Court brought about clarification of the possibility of retaining worker status (and thus claiming social benefits as a worker) under Directive 2004/38 (Tarola) and the right of Turkish nationals to export benefits under Decision 3/80 when returning to Turkey (Coban).
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