Violation of the right to a fair trial

The High Court of Cassation and Justice decided that, in accordance with the principles derived from the European Court of Human Rights, the existence of jurisprudence regarding the legal standing to use a branch of the parent company, and the refusal, under an exception trial, after a long period of time (after all evidence necessary has been discovered for resolving the merits, including specialized technical expertise), without the interested party to be able to substantiate his claims on the substantive issues and while the parent company is based outside the country, although probation difficulties arising from the extraterritorial element can cause damage to the safeguards required by art. 6 of the Convention governing the right to a fair trial. (Decision no. 3502 of December 10, 2014 given in Section I appeal to the civil High Court of Cassation and Justice covering action for recovery)

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Dan Alexandru NEGRU

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