International

European Court of Human Rights rules against Switzerland in racial profiling case

European Court of Human Rights rules against Switzerland in racial profiling case

The case involves a Swiss national of African descent who was subjected to identity checks

US court says Baker & McKenzie LLP can face malpractice suit in Chicago

US court says Baker & McKenzie LLP can face malpractice suit in Chicago

The suit was filed by overseas clients attempting to reclaim ownership of a Siberian coal mine

UK government to overturn hundreds of wrongful Post Office convictions

UK government to overturn hundreds of wrongful Post Office convictions

Between 1999 and 2015, more than 700 operators were wrongfully prosecuted

Ottawa announces new sanctions targeting human rights violations in Guatemala

Ottawa announces new sanctions targeting human rights violations in Guatemala

The sanctions are imposed under measures to address the situation in Guatemala

European Commission announces proceedings against TikTok under the Digital Services Act

European Commission announces proceedings against TikTok under the Digital Services Act

The action is based on a preliminary investigation, including TikTok’s risk assessment report

Pakistan achieves legal milestone with first marital rape conviction

Pakistan achieves legal milestone with first marital rape conviction

The International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute commended Pakistan for the reform