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Latest Legal News

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DBA ruling 'gives profit power back to law firms'

22nd of January, 2021

Law firm investor says entrepreneurial practices should profit from Zuber judgment.

Email attachments not covered by legal privilege, court clarifies

21st of January, 2021

Supreme Court refuses permission to appeal in case looking at scope of legal professional privilege.

TV star wins Part 36 costs battle over newspaper's late acceptance

20th of January, 2021

Judge backs claimant but warns ruling is not green light for refusing to enter negotiations.

Global bar body backs ‘genocide amendment’

19th of January, 2021

MPs to vote on measure linking trade policy to human rights.

Union solicitors not negligent over shop steward’s severance

15th of January, 2021

Case also features a successful application to allow remote evidence against claimant’s wishes.

Lawyers hail 'watershed' appeal court ruling on DBAs

15th of January, 2021

Experts say drafting flaws may have been ironed out by new ruling on enforceability of agreement.

ECHR departure not on agenda, says rights review chair

13th of January, 2021

Independent inquiry 'has no pre-conceived answers’ and encourages ‘widest possible range of views’.

Government sets up council to 'reinvigorate' commonhold

7th of January, 2021

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick unveils measures billed as 'biggest reforms to English property law for 40 years'.

Court denies relief for costs default during first lockdown

5th of January, 2021

Defendant in PI claim fails with application to have default costs certificate set aside.

Court grants disclosure request in £650m tax dispute

4th of January, 2021

Ruling provides further clarity about boundaries of ongoing disclosure pilot.

Faulks review urged to recommend legislation to curb JR

31st of December, 2020

Declaring war, prorogation and ministerial appointments should be protected from legal challenge, thinktank argues.

Judge commends solicitor granted temporary right of audience

29th of December, 2020

Practitioner assisted litigant in person in defamation case with 'care, restraint and courtesy'.

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