Jun 022011
 June 2, 2011  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

Max Mosley has asked the Court of Human Rights to refer his case to the Grand Chamber.   On 10 May 2011, the Fourth Section of the Court rejected his arguments in favour of a pre-notification requirement in privacy cases (see our Case Comment).  Mr Mosley’s solicitors, Collyer Bristow, have today announced that a request has been made under Rule 73 for a reference to the Grand Chamber.

The request is supported by a 13 page Written Submission.

Read more on Informm’s Blog.

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