At the European Court of Human Rights, we have represented numerous clients on landmark matters with an international relevance. If proceedings before national courts have been unreasonably long, the amount of compensation received for expropriation has been unfair, the right to freedom of expression has been infringed on by authorities, or another situation has occurred which is in conflict with the European Convention on Human Rights, you can rely on our team of experienced and skilled lawyers to provide you with solutions appropriate for your individual case.
We have also successfully represented our clients before EU Court of Justice and the General Court. Our team’s track record includes winning a claim against the European Commission and successfully representing clients during preliminary ruling proceedings. Our disputes at the Court of Justice of the European Union often concern questions for which there is no case-law, and also influence landmark disputes at the national level, where the courts’ rulings set important precedents.
We are also experienced in different types of interaction with the Court of the Eurasian Economic Union, from advising clients on disputes that can be brought before the Court to providing expert opinions on matters considered by the Court. Members of our team also have experience of acting as general advisors to the Economic Court of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS Economic Court) and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
Our experienced team
Our specialists’ in-depth knowledge of law, experience and language skills ensure that every case will be handled professionally and that the specificities of the dispute will be taken into account. Many of our people are public opinion leaders and lecturers in the fields of European or international law, contributing to the progress of these fields as well as the development of future specialists.
We can help you with
challenging national legislation that is not in compliance with European Union law and claiming for damages from a member state (representation both before national courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union)
challenging the acts or failure to act of European Union institutions (including pre-litigation proceedings, actions before the General Court and the Court of Justice)
providing representation before the Court of Justice during appellate proceedings against judgments and orders of the General Court
providing representation before the Court of Justice during the preliminary reference procedure.
filing complaints against the state on the basis of human rights violations (proceedings at the European Court of Human Rights)
providing representation before the Court of the Eurasian Economic Union on matters related to challenging decisions or actions of the Eurasian Economic Union Commission impacting the rights of legal entities