- Tuesday, 19 January 2016
A newspaper’s right to free expression under Article 10 of the European Convention was not breached by being ordered to pay success fees and ATE insurance premiums, Master Gordon-Saker has ruled. The defendant, MGN, said it was prepared to take its case to the Supreme Court.
Tags: conditional fees, European Court of Human Rights, insurance premiums, Success fees
Posted in ATE/CFA, News
- Friday, 19 December 2014
Better teamwork, smaller panels and less controversial cases have all been put forward by a seminar attended by Supreme Court justices and other senior judges as reasons for a decline in dissenting judgments at the court.
Tags: dissenting judgments, European Court of Human Rights, Supreme Court
Posted in News