most interesting rulings

Grzelak v Poland

The failure to offer ethics classes in Polish public schools, resulting in absence of a grade for this subject in the student’s transcript, constitutes unlawful discrimination on religious grounds, the European Court of Human Rights has held.

Court may not decide on its own about impartiality of judges

Barring an interlocutory appeal from an order of an appellate court denying a motion to recuse a judge is unconstitutional.

Tiffany to shoemaker: don’t tread on me

A renowned trademark may be protected in Poland even if the mark is not used or registered here.