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  • EKMR, 10.04.1997 - 30549/96

    MEISTER v. GERMANY

    In the present case, the requirement of objectivity and the duty to refrain from insult and defamation formed part of the essence of professional duties, in accordance with the jurisprudence of the disciplinary courts and the Federal Constitutional Court (cf. No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, D.R. 69, p. 272).

    The Contracting States have a certain margin of appreciation in assessing whether such a need exists, but it goes hand in hand with a European supervision (cf. Eur. Court HR, Observer and Guardian v. the United Kingdom judgment of 26 November 1991, Series A no. 216, pp. 29-30, para. 59; see also No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, loc. cit.).

  • EKMR, 10.09.1997 - 32137/96

    WINTER v. GERMANY

    In the present case, the requirement of objectivity and the duty to refrain from insult and defamation formed part of the essence of professional duties, in accordance with the jurisprudence of the disciplinary courts and the Federal Constitutional Court (cf. No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, D.R. 69 p. 272).

    The Contracting States have a certain margin of appreciation in assessing whether such a need exists, but it goes hand in hand with a European supervision (cf. Eur. Court HR, Observer and Guardian v. the United Kingdom judgment of 26 November 1991, Series A no. 216, pp. 29-30, para. 59; see also No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, loc. cit.).

  • EKMR, 18.10.1995 - 25157/94

    MEISTER v. GERMANY

    In the present case, the requirement of objectivity and the duty to refrain from insult and defamation formed part of the essence of professional duties, in accordance with the jurisprudence of the disciplinary courts and the Federal Constitutional Court (cf. No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, D.R. 69, p. 272).

    The Contracting States have a certain margin of appreciation in assessing whether such a need exists, but it goes hand in hand with a European supervision (Eur. Court H.R., Observer and Guardian judgment of 26 November 1991, Series A no. 216, pp. 29-30, para. 59; see also No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, loc. cit.).

  • EGMR, 09.03.1999 - 32813/96

    LINDNER v. GERMANY

    The Court, having regard to the wording of section 43 of the Federal Regulations for Lawyers and the state of the case-law of the Federal Constitutional Court, finds that the interference in question was "prescribed by law" (see, mutatis mutandis, the above-mentioned Casado Coca judgment, p. 18, § 43; and, more particularly as to the German legal situation, the Commission's decision of 7 March 1991 on the admissibility of application no. 14622/89, Hempfing v. Germany, D.R. 69, p. 262).
  • EKMR, 15.04.1997 - 30339/96

    BOSSI v. GERMANY

    The Contracting States have a certain margin of appreciation in assessing whether such a need exists, but it goes hand in hand with a European supervision (cf. Eur. Court HR, Observer and Guardian v. the United Kingdom judgment of 26 November 1991, Series A no. 216, pp. 29-30, para. 59; see also No. 14622/89, Dec. 7.3.91, loc. cit.).
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