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Informationen zum Dokument  EGMR 28274/08 - Heinisch v. Germany  Materielle Begr√ľndung

1. Bearbeitung

2. Abruf & Rang

3. Zitiert durch:

4. Zitiert selbst:

5. Besprechungen:

6. Zitiert in Literatur:

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7. Markierte Gliederung:

I. The Circumstances of the case
A. The events leading to the applicant's dismissal
B. Civil proceedings following the applicant's dismissal without notice
II. Relevant domestic and international Law and Practice
A. Relevant domestic law and practice
1. Dismissal of an employee for having lodged a criminal complain ...
(a) The relevant provisions of the German Civil Code and the Unfa ...
(b) Case-law of the Federal Constitutional Court and Federal Labo ...
2. The Code of Criminal Procedure ...
B. Relevant international law and practice
I. Alleged Violation of Article 10 of the Convention
A. Admissibility
B. Merits
1. Whether there was an interference ...
2. Whether the interference was "prescribed by law" and pursued a ...
3. Whether the interference was necessary in a democratic society ...
(a) The parties' submissions ...
(i) The Government ...
(ii) The applicant ...
(iii) The third party ...
(b) The Court's assessment ...
(i) The general principles applicable in this case ...
(ii) Application of the above principles in the present case ...
alpha) The public interest in the disclosed information ...
beta) Whether the applicant had alternative channels for making t ...
gamma) The authenticity of the disclosed information ...
delta) Whether the applicant acted in good faith ...
epsilon) The detriment to the employer ...
zeta) The severity of the sanction ...
(iii) Conclusion ...
II. Alleged Violation of Article 6 § 1 of the Convention
III. Application of Article 41 of the Convention
A. Damage
B. Costs and expenses
C. Default interest

Bearbeitung, zuletzt am 18.04.2024, durch: Michelle Ammann, A. Tschentscher
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