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Supreme Court Rules On Validity Of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's Arbitration Clause In Light Of Article 6 European Convention On Human Rights
In 2010, NATO terminated the service agreement and Mr. P then brought an action for damages before the Belgian courts.
6 Dec 2018
United Kingdom Surveillance Fails To Protect Privacy And Provides Insufficient Safeguards For Freedom Of Expression
Article 8 of the Convention protects an individual's right to respect for private and family life both at home and in correspondence.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
Belgian Supreme Court Holds That Right To Be Forgotten Extends To Newspaper Archives
Dr. O.G. had been involved in a car accident causing the death of two persons. This accident was reported in the November 1994 edition of Le Soir featuring a specific reference to Dr. O.G.'s name and surname.
15 Jun 2016
ECJ Largely Confirms EU Commission's Dawn Raid Powers Subject To Strict Compliance With Subject-Matter Of Inspection Decision
The ECJ confirmed the ruling of the GC stating that interference by a public authority can go further for professional or commercial premises or activities than in other cases.
European Union
6 Aug 2015
Former French Procedure On Dawn Raids Found Contrary To Articles 6 And 8 Of The European Convention On Human Rights
On 2 April 2015, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that two dawn raids carried out by the French Competition Authority in 2007 infringed Articles 6(1) and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
18 May 2015
ECJ Unexpectedly Opines Against Validity Of Draft EU Agreement To Accede To ECHR
The issue of the EU’s accession to the ECHR is almost as old as the EU itself.
European Union
14 Jan 2015
EU Data Protection Rules May Apply To Home Surveillance Cameras
The ECJ refused to exempt surveillance cameras in a private home from data protection rules.
European Union
9 Jan 2015
Belgian Constitutional Court Confirms Legality Of Appeal Procedure Against Use Of Documents And Data Seized By Competition Authority
The Belgian Constitutional Court dismissed the actions challenging the legality of the appeal available to companies against the use of documents and data seized during dawn raids.
8 Jan 2015
EU General Court Prevents European Commission From Sharing Confidential Information With English Court In Follow-On Damages Action
On 29 November 2012, the President of the General Court of the European Union, handed down an interim order suspending the Commission's decision to share with an English court, currently reviewing a damage claim, confidential information that the Commission had received in the course of its switchgear cartel investigation.
European Union
23 Jan 2013
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