United Kingdom: Court dismisses mortgage default rights complaint

The case concerned a possession order against a tenant after the landlords, who were also her parents, defaulted on their mortgage payments.

Russia: Court sets December deadline for Sea of Azov answers

Human rights judges have set a 3 December deadline for Russian answers to a series of questions concerning events in the Sea of Azov, after receiving a new inter-State case from Ukraine.

Spain: Grand Chamber opens hearing on supermarket covert video snooping on employees

A Grand chamber hearing is now underway into the covert video surveillance of a Spanish supermarket chain’s employees, under suspicion of workplace theft.

Italy: Court ruling in Silvio Berlusconi complaint

In its decision in the case of Berlusconi v. Italy (application no. 58428/13) the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has decided, by a majority, to strike the application out of its list of cases. The decision is final.

Court: Russia’s LGBT rally bans require “systemic measures’ to stop human rights violations

According to today’s court decision, systemic measures required to address issues of free assembly and discrimination as evidenced in ban on LGBT rallies.