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Rail information on connecting trains should be available regardless of operators

European Court of Justice, case C-136/11

Article Date: 21-06-2013
Categories: Consumer Law Typology: Case Law
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The CJEU ruled that rail infrastructure undertakings should provide information on cancellations, delays and connections to all the rail operators that run train services on their network in a non-discriminatory way (i.e. all rail operators should be able to access the information in question, so as... [Read All]

ECtHR rules Italian Law on anonymous births breaches art. 8 of the ECHR

European Court of Human Rights, case 33783/09

Article Date: 25-09-2012
Categories: Family Law Typology: Case Law
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The case concerned the Italian legislation allowing mothers who wish to give their babies for adoption to deliver “anonymously” (i.e. without being mentioned on the birth certificate), pursuant to arts. 27 and 28, Law n. 184/1983 (which regulates adoptions). According to these provisions... [Read All]
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