3 judgments found.

Uday Foundation for Congenital Defects and Rare Blood Groups v. Union of India, et al.

Country: India
Year: 2015
Court: High Court of Delhi
Citation: W.P.(C) No. 8568/2010
Health Topics: Child and adolescent health, Diet and nutrition, Health information
Human Rights: Right of access to information

Following a petition filed by the Uday Foundation, in February 2011, the Court ordered the Union of India to state whether a global policy had been framed regarding the subject of “junk food” and the emphasis of health and nutrition in schools. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FFSAI) responded to the Court …Read more

Tags: Awareness, Children, Diet, Food, Health education, Health promotion, Malnutrition, Obesity
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Fag ogArbejde, acting on behalf of Karsten Kaltoft v. Kommunernes Landsforening, acting on behalf of the Municipality of Billund

Country: Denmark
Year: 2014
Court: European Court of Justice
Citation: Case C‐354/13
Health Topics: Diet and nutrition, Disabilities
Human Rights: Freedom from discrimination

The plaintiff, a childminder in the employ of the Municipality of Billund (the defendant), was fired. The plaintiff claimed such firing was due to his obesity, although  the defendant claimed that the plaintiff was fired due to a decline in the number of children for him to take care of. The European Convention for the …Read more

Tags: Disabled, Employment, Handicapped, Obesity, Physically challenged
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Pelman ex rel. Pelman v. McDonald’s Corp

Country: United States
Year: 2005
Court: United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Citation: Pelman ex rel. Pelman v. McDonald’s Corp 396 F.3d 508 (2d Cir. 2005)
Health Topics: Chronic and noncommunicable diseases, Diet and nutrition, Health information
Human Rights: Right to health

Plaintiffs, Ashley Pelman and Jazlen Bradley, brought suit against defendant, McDonald’s Corporation, for violating Section 349 and 350 of the New York General Business Law, known commonly as the New York Protection Act between 1987 and 2002 on three counts. Count I claimed that the effect of McDonald’s promotions was to create the false impression …Read more

Tags: Advertising, Awareness, Cancer, Diabetes, Diet, Disclosure, Food, Food safety, Health promotion, Heart disease, Malnutrition, Noncommunicable diseases, Obesity
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