European Court of Justice (ECJ)
Case BriefsForeign Courts

“A person’s image constitutes one of the chief attributes of his or her personality as it reveals the person’s unique characteristics and distinguishes the person from others. The right to the protection of one’s image is thus one of the essential components of personal development and mainly presupposes that person’s control over the use of that image, including the right to refuse publication of it.”

Case BriefsInternational Courts

    European Court of Justice (ECJ): In a far-reaching decision, the Bench of C. Lycourgos (Rapporteur), President of the Chamber, S.

Case BriefsInternational Courts

European Court of Justice: The Bench comprising of J. Passer (Rapporteur), President, F. Biltgen and N. Wahl, JJ., held that the German

Supreme Court of The United States
Case BriefsForeign Courts

Supreme Court of the United States: Roberts, CJ., while addressing a matter with regard to artworks obtained by Nazis from Jewish art