JUDGMENT Janssen Cilag S.A.S. v. France 13-04-2017 (no. 33931/12) see here SUMMARY Private life. Unfair competition. Seizure of corporate documents. The Court found that the seizure of company documents did not constitute a disproportionate interference with the right to privacy as it was intended to gather evidence of anti-competitive practices. PROVISION Article 8 PRINCIPAL FACTS […]
The requirement to undergo sterilisation or treatment involving a very high probability of sterility in order to change the entries on birth certificates was in breach of the right to respect for private life
JUDGMENT A.P., Garçon and Nicot v. France 06-04-2017 (no. 79885/12, 52471/13 and 52596/13) see here SUMMARY The case concerned three transgender persons of French nationality who wished to change the entries concerning their sex and their forenames on their birth certificates, and who were not allowed to so do by the courts in the respondent […]
JUDGMENT Αneva κ.α. v. Bulgaria 06-04-2017 (no. 66997/13, 77760/14 and 50240/15) see here SUMMARY Respect for family life. Obstruction of communication and contact with children. Three different parents appealed to the ECtHR on the grounds that they were unable to communicate with their children despite the existence of a custodial judgment or rights of communication, […]
A drastic reduction in disability benefits brings upside-downs in citizens’ property in contravention of the ECHR
JUDGMENT Baczúr v. Hungary 7-3-2017 (no. 8263/15) see here SUMMARY Right to property. Disability Allowance. Reduction of the disability allowance by approximately 75% for 1.5 years. The European Court of Human Rights has held that there has been a violation of Article 1 of the First Protocol for violation of his right to property. PROVISION […]
JUDGMENT Kamenov v. Russia 7-3-2017 (no. 17570/15) see here SUMMARY Family life. Deportation. The applicant is a Kazakhstan national and the case concerned his deportation from Russia despite the fact that he had married a Russian national with whom he had two children and lived in Slantseviy Rudnik. The applicant and had received a three-year […]
JUDGMENT Modestou v. Greece 16-3-2017 (no. 51693/13) see here SUMMARY Home search. The applicant is a Cypriot businessman who lives in Athens. A prosecutor’s order under a preliminary investigation was conducted at home, without him being present, during which computers and documents were seized. The prosecutor then instituted proceedings against a number of individuals, including the […]
JUDGMENT R.L.and others v. Denmark 07-03-2017 (no. 52629/11) see here SUMMARY Family life. Paternity recognition. The case concerns the recognition of the paternity of the second applicant, who was married to the first applicant. During their marriage, they had a child, and then, when they no longer had contacts, the woman brought her second child […]
The detained prisoner can not be deprived of contacts with his relatives nor ftom practicing his religious worship.
DECISION Moroz v. Ukraine 2-3-2017 (no. 5187/07) see here SUMMARY Family life. Right to correspondence. Religious freedom. The inability during the detention of the applicant to communicate with his relatives and to correspond with them constitutes a breach of family life and the right of correspondence of the prisoner. The ECtHR also ruled that there […]
The difficulties of visiting relatives in prison due to distance are, under certain conditions, a breach of the family life of the prisoner.
JUDGMENT Labaca Larrea v. France 02-03-2017 (no. 56710/13, 56727/13 και 57412/13) see here SUMMARY The difficulties of visiting relatives in prison due to distance are, under certain conditions, a breach of the family life of the prisoner.visit him, since the ability of his family members to visit him is necessary for the continuation of his normal family […]