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Workers health data and Data Protection: 5 Practical Recommendations for the Employer

As a rule, the employer’s ability to collect employee’s health records is very limited. The COVID-19 virus outbreak has created an unprecedented situation in which virtually almost every employer needs information on employee’s health more than ever. This is to ensure workplace safety, but also to deal with reputational damage as soon as possible when it becomes Read more

You got too much money for protecting your reputation?

The European Court of Human Rights passed a judgement in a case last year where the main issue was whether or not the court had ordered excessively large compensation for non-pecuniary damage for defamation. More precisely, was the 1,25 million euros ordered by the Court of Justice of Ireland too big a sum for publishing Read more

Russia v. European Court of Human Rights: fight for sovereignty

In December 2015, Russia adopted a law that gave the Constitutional Court of Russia a right to decide if a decision of the European Court of Human Rights is in conformity with the Russian Constitution and, thus, a right to forbid the enforcement of European Court of Human Rights decisions in Russia. Most probably the Read more