The present volume contains the 2012 judgment of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in
Artavia Murillo v.
Costa Rica. International jurisprudence is further reflected in decisions from the Court of Justice of the European Union (
Firma Brita GmbH v.
Hauptzollamt Hamburg-Hafen), the European Court of Human Rights (
United Kingdom and
United Kingdom) and the United Nations Human Rights Committee (
France). The volume also contains national decisions from the courts of England (
Corner House Research,
Yukos (No 2),
The Editors are particularly grateful to Ms Ellie Fogarty, who summarized the cases from the Court of Justice of the European Union, the United Nations Human Rights Committee and England, and has thus made an enormous contribution to this volume. They also wish to thank Dr Marina Brilman for selecting and summarizing
Artavia Murillo, Professor Gerald L. Neuman for selecting the cases from the United Nations Human Rights Committee and supplying the text of the Views for reproduction in these
Reports, and Sir Michael Wood for supplying the text of the English decisions in
Misick. Ms Maria Netchaeva, the ILR Editorial Assistant, prepared the Tables of Cases and Digest, as well as the Consolidated Tables of Cases, and provided invaluable assistance. Miss Maureen MacGlashan, CMG, compiled the Table of Treaties and the Index, Mrs Diane Ilott checked the copy and Mrs Jenny Macgregor read the proofs. Ms Karen Lee wrote the summaries of the cases from the European Court of Human Rights and saw the volume through the press.
The Editors also wish to thank the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights for kindly permitting these
Reports to use the electronic files posted on their official websites. The judgments from England published in this volume carry Parliamentary copyright and contain Parliamentary information licensed under the Open Parliament Licence v3.0, or Crown copyright, and contain public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0; the electronic files were sourced from the UK Parliament website where possible and also from the British and Irish Legal Information Institute website.
Finally, our thanks go to all the others who have worked to complete this volume, particularly our publishers, Cambridge University Press, and typesetters, SPi Technologies India Pvt Ltd, and their staff.