Leiden Law Blog


Tag: Damages

  • The odds of survival

    The odds of survival

    How do judges estimate the odds of some unique event happening, such as the genocide in Srebrenica, as a result of the actions or inactions of bystanders? The ruling by a Dutch appellate court raises interesting questions about this matter.
  • Hundreds of euros for one small photo

    Hundreds of euros for one small photo

    The common practice of reproducing photos on websites that are taken from internet without crediting the source is resulting in huge costs for those who underestimate the consequences.
  • Death without debtors

    Death without debtors

    As a sequel to the Suriname state liability story outlined last time, it may be suggested that waiting for the conviction of the December 1982 killers does not make sense. Acquittal interpreted as innocence will harm surviving relatives still further.