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LexVeritas Dispute Resolution and International Sports Law Blogs | China, Singapore, Switzerland | 7 Jul 2022

Is the Referee a Good Lawyer?

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DWF LLP | Russia, Ukraine | 16 Jun 2022

The Russia-Ukraine war and potential claims for compensation to the European Court of Human Rights

A key legal question arising from the Russia-Ukraine war relates to venues bringing compensation claims for damages. Read our latest insight. The…
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Ganado Advocates | European Union | 10 Jun 2022

ECHR rules that mandatory basic health insurance is compatible with the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

On 19 May 2022, in the case of Cedric Anakha De Kok vs. the Netherlands, the European Court of Human Rights (‘‘ECHR’’) held that the obligation to…
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Garrigues | European Union, Spain | 9 Jun 2022

Private investigators and video surveillance: a new variation giving greater leeway to the practice of monitoring workers on CCTV

Television (CCTV) cameras to monitor suspicious conduct of workers without informing the employees in advance. There have been an extensive number of…
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Garrigues | European Union, Spain | 26 May 2022

Detectives y videovigilancia: una nueva variante en la cada vez más flexible posibilidad de controlar a los trabajadores a través de una cámara

La posición de la Justicia en relación con el uso de cámaras de videovigilancia sin previo aviso para controlar conductas sospechosas de los…
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Mar 2022

What use can an employer make of personal emails from work email addresses?

In the recent case of Brake & Anor v Guy & Ors [2022] EWCA Civ 235, the Court of Appeal has considered whether an employer could make use of personal…
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NSN Law Firm | European Union, Turkey | 22 Mar 2022

Personal Data Protection Decisions of European Court of Human Rights -5

The European Court of Human Rights (“Court”) refers to the following two principles found in the EuropeanConvention on Human Rights (“Convention”)…
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NSN Law Firm | European Union, Turkey | 18 Mar 2022

Personal Data Protection Decisions of European Court of Human Rights -4

The European Court of Human Rights (“Court”) refers to the following two principles found in the EuropeanConvention on Human Rights (“Convention”)…
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Jones Day | Italy | 21 Feb 2022

Italy to Revamp Civil Justice System

In the framework of the European plan "Next Generation EU," on November 26, 2021 the Italian Parliament passed the Law No. 206 providing for the…
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RadcliffesLeBrasseur | United Kingdom | 21 Feb 2022

Claim for negligent psychiatric care - patient alleging negligent advice regarding depot injections

Claims for compensation for negligence by psychiatrists very rarely reach the court. However the High Court has recently delivered judgement in the…
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