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Latest Legal News

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‘Unfair and extraordinary’: Tesco's deferred prosecution published despite acquittals

23rd of January, 2019

Judge throws out Serious Fraud Office case against supermarket giant's former finance director. 

UK named in Council of Europe sharia warning

23rd of January, 2019

Rulings of unofficial councils clearly discriminate against women in divorce and inheritance cases, Parliamentary Assembly states.

Dentons takes over from Norton Rose in Venezuela

22nd of January, 2019

Firm’s opening of new office follows exit of Norton Rose Fulbright.

Crooked solicitor swindled £1m from estates of dead clients

22nd of January, 2019

Edgar Thomas was jailed for six years at Swansea Crown Court.

Reinstate minimum salary, legal aid lawyers urge SRA

22nd of January, 2019

Young Legal Aid Lawyers says its research consistently reveals low pay is main barrier for prospective trainees.

Linklaters reveals BAME pay gap

21st of January, 2019

Firm’s latest gender pay report also shows pay according to ethnic group. 

Economic crime reform ‘grinds to halt’

21st of January, 2019

Ministry of Justice dragging feet two years after consultation - as Lords report on Bribery Act looms.

Domestic abuse bill to ban family court cross-examination

21st of January, 2019

Landmark measure will also introduce the first statutory definition of domestic abuse to include economic abuse.

Restrictive covenants under spotlight at Supreme Court

21st of January, 2019

Employment case could have implications for contracts in partnership model.

Bar Council to open membership to chambers

18th of January, 2019

New offering will allow clerks and managers to benefit from representative body’s training and events. 

Solicitor ‘no longer needed’: MoJ rolls out online probate service

18th of January, 2019

System has its place - but only for administering simple estates, solicitors warn. 

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