Nomatter how one hates to be the analyst of his own civil  case the thing stands as follows: when the 64036/14 and 33900/15 ECHR case “I Tosounidis vs the UK” goes from the ECHR to the UN the 500,000 post-2010 Greek migrants (who are scientists, doctors, engineers etc) will effectively be trapped outside the confines of their civil state protection. That means that the UN (HR service)  has no analytical tools or casebook to “judge” constitutionally the “Ioannis Tosounidis vs the UK”. That means that with the transfer of this case on one hand the UK will find itself “off the hook”, I Tosounidis will become international icon but the migration within the EU (and especially these 500,000 Greek migrants) will find themselves with no guarantee on their civil rights front. It will also be the “death” of the ECHR-based canonistic civil society. Therefore the 10 law firms who have aspects of the “Ioannis Tosounidis vs the UK” (especially the Greek ones) should think hard what they have to do with it.