Kudeshkina v Russia: ECHR 24 Feb 2009

Article 10 applies to the workplace in general, and a professional person such as a judge is entitled to the freedom to criticise the judicial system.

29492/05, [2009] ECHR 342, [2009] ECHR 360
Bailii, Bailii
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Human Rights
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CitedHeinisch v Germany ECHR 21-Jul-2011
The applicant alleged, in particular, that her dismissal without notice from her employment as a geriatric nurse on the ground that she had brought a criminal complaint against her employer alleging deficiencies in the institutional care provided, . .
CitedClyde and Co LLP and Another v van Winkelhof SC 21-May-2014
Solicitor Firm Member was a Protected Worker
The solicitor appellant had been a member of the firm, a limited liability partnership. She disclosed criminal misbehaviour by a partner in a branch in Africa. On dismissal she sought protection as a whistleblower. This was rejected, it being found . .

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Updated: 30 November 2021; Ref: scu.301697