Case Reports

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Legislation in Russia banning the promotion of homosexuality breaches freedom of expression and is discriminatory, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. Three gay rights activists complained about legislation in Russia banning the promotion of homosexuality, also known as the “gay propagan

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Making available and managing an online platform for sharing copyright-protected works, such as ‘The Pirate Bay’, may constitute an infringement of copyright because the operators of that platform play an essential role in making those works available, the Court of Justice of the European Union

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A disabled woman who converted a bedroom in her rented housing association property into a second living room so she could have a living space separate from her carers was still liable for the higher rate of the so-called “bedroom tax”, appeal judges have ruled. The Inner House of the Court of S

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A warrant authorising the police to enter the offices of a London law firm and to take possession of documents relating to the “acquisition, running, administration and disposal of the assets” of Rangers Football Club was suspended after appeal judges ruled that its terms were “oppressive”.

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It is incompatible with EU law to require a worker to take leave first before being able to establish whether he is entitled to be paid for it, according to Advocate General Tanchev. In circumstances where an employer has not provided a worker with paid leave, the right to paid leave carries over un

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According to Advocate General Bot (pictured), a non-EU national may benefit from a right of residence in the member state in which his EU citizen family member resided before acquiring the nationality of that member state and developing a family life there. In order to guarantee the effectiveness of

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Westwater Advocates’ Calum MacNeill QC has succeeded in the Inner House, where he represented multiple claimants backed by the GMB Union in a challenge to the “pay protection” arrangements introduced by Glasgow City Council on the introduction of its Workplace Pay and Benefits Review (WPBR) in

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