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Latest Legal News

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City solicitor liable for 'very serious' dishonesty, SDT finds

20th of April, 2018

Tribunal finds Alexis Maitland Hudson was dishonest on several counts.

Labour pledges to restore legal aid for housing

20th of April, 2018

Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon makes funding pledge for limited restoration.

Neuberger: I suspect I have been guilty of bullying

20th of April, 2018

International Bar Association is to send out a global survey seeking views on harrasment in the workplace.

High Court slams 'inconsistent' SFO over DPA

20th of April, 2018

Administrative Court says SFO ‘provided inconsistent and inadequate reasons for its decisions’ regarding obtaining of interview notes.

Male partner 'stars' paid 27% more than women

20th of April, 2018

Analysis of ‘stand-out’ group highlights stark gender pay gap in law firms.

Family lawyers repeat calls for no-fault divorce ahead of Owens intervention

20th of April, 2018

Resolution says it is ridiculous that Tini Owens has to go to the Supreme Court to be granted a decree nisi.

No leniency for 'computer-illiterate' LiP who filed 73 days late

19th of April, 2018

Litigant in person had tried to argue that new civil procedure rules should apply to his employment claim.

Lawyers unite to tell the government it's 'time for justice'

19th of April, 2018

Vigil turns into rallying cry as solicitors, barristers and law centres tell the government that enough is enough.

Nestlé Kit Kat mark not distinctive, CJEU adviser says

19th of April, 2018

Advocate general's opinion is latest in long line of IP decisions involving two confectionary companies.

Solicitor 'bankrupted' wife over refusal to pay parking fine

19th of April, 2018

Tiki Emezie refused to pay the fine eight years ago, prompting a battle up to the Court of Appeal.

Serious Fraud Office to 'frontload' due diligence checks after Libor case

18th of April, 2018

Court of Appeal told SFO that its decision to call ex-trader as expert witness in Libor appeal was ’embarrasing debacle’.

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