The Brussels Court of Appeal provisionally confirms the legality of the public health measures – All eyes on the Belgian Supreme Courts… and the Parliament
The Brussels Court of Appeal quashed the decision of the French-speaking Court of First Instance of Brussels which had given the Belgian State 30 days to provide a new legal
The English Law of QR Codes: Presence Tracing and Digital Divides
The legal framework surrounding the convenient QR code check-in system in England highlights tensions that emerge when trying to provide privacy technologies alongside manual approaches whilst also creating new types of offences.
Israel: is the 'green pass' an example to follow?
In Israel, although the Public Health Ordinance of 1940 allows mandatory vaccinations in health emergencies, the law also affords constitutional and statutory protections against it, through the Basic Law: Human
Mandatory vaccinations in the workplace: constitutionalising the managerial prerogative
The Centner Academy in Miami, a fee paying private school, adopted a policy discouraging its teachers from receiving the Covid-19 vaccine. Teachers who had received the vaccine would not be
A parliamentary commission of inquiry (CPI) will investigate Brazil's Response to Covid-19 and the President’s liability for one of the worst death rates in the world
This week a parliamentary commission of inquiry (CPI) has been set up in the Brazilian Senate to investigate the performance of the federal government in the Brazilian response to the
Independent commission finds lack of preparedness for the pandemic, but praises the Nordic Model
On April 14, the Norwegian government appointed independent Coronavirus Commission published its long-awaited report on the Norwegian authorities’ handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. According to the Commission, composed of independent