Paris Stocks Market Is Gaining on London, and It May Be ‘Just the Start’ (Bloomberg, 17.11.2022)
The expulsion of an applicant despite his family ties and his right of permanent residence does not constitute a violation of the Convention when it aims to preserve the interests of the community (ECHR, 27 September 2022,
Otite v. United Kingdom, application n°18339/19)
The concept of "other family member forming part of the Union citizen's household" stated in Directive 2004/38/EC refers to any person maintaining a relationship of dependence with a citizen based on personal, close and stable ties (CJEU, 15 September 2022, aff. C-22/21)
The European Committee of Social Rights of the Council of Europe (“ECSR”) considers that the cap on industrial tribunal compensation in the event of unjustified dismissal in France violates the European Social Charter (September 26, 2022)
The European Commission has published updated guidelines on visa issuance procedures for Russian applicants and guidelines on checks carried out on Russian citizens at the external borders (Communication C(2022) 7111 final)
The immediate expulsion of a national holding a provisional residence permit, under the guise of voluntary return, constitutes a violation of the Convention (ECHR, Akkad v. Turkey, 21 June 2022)
The conviction of a former prime minister for publishing comments on social networks that were deemed defamatory of a minister in his government violated his right to freedom of expression
(ECHR, Ponta v. Romania judgment, 14 June 2022, application no. 44652/18).
The ECHR decides to grant several interim measures suspending the return of the applicants from the UK to Rwanda
(ECHR, Press release, 15 June 2022).
The decision to prematurely terminate the mandate of a member of the Polish Judicial Council following criticism of legislative reforms, without the member being able to
to appeal, violates Articles 6 §1 and 10 of the Convention
(ECHR, Żurek v. Poland, 16 June 2022, 39650/18).
Legislation that excludes periods of work accumulated in other states of the former USSR from the calculation of pensions of non-citizens who are permanent residents is not a violation of the Convention
(ECHR, Savickis v. Latvia, 9 June 2022, application no. 49270/11).