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Latest Legal News

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Part 36 offers excluding interest are not valid, rules Court of Appeal

17th of January, 2020

Lawyers finally given clarity on what constitutes a valid Part 36 offer to settle.

Black and Asian drug offenders 'more likely' to be locked up immediately

15th of January, 2020

Sentencing Council research will fuel fears of racial bias in the criminal justice system.

Strike out decision sent back over judge’s ‘lack of adequate reasoning’

15th of January, 2020

Tribunal will look again at whether claims against Duncan Lewis Solicitors should be allowed to continue.

Three options for reforming leasehold enfranchisement

9th of January, 2020

Law Commission says it received hundreds of differing views from leaseholders and landlords.

Divorce reform swiftly returns to parliament

7th of January, 2020

Family lawyers delighted to see Divorce, Separation and Dissolution Bill reintroduced 'after a series of false starts'.

Government urged to rename Supreme Court to curb 'judicial power'

30th of December, 2019

Thinktank Policy Exchange proposes Constitutional Restoration Act to reverse the effects of prorogation judgment.

It was 100 years ago today: Profession marks opening to women

23rd of December, 2019

Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act received royal assent on 23 December 1919.

Fraud office under fire for deferred prosecution after 'not guilty' verdicts

23rd of December, 2019

SFO publishes DPA after three executives acquitted of conspiracy to make corrupt payments.

First fine issued under new data protection regime

20th of December, 2019

Pharmacy business given £275,000 monetary penalty under GDPR powers.

Queen’s speech: Review must be backed up with ‘significant cash’ says Society

19th of December, 2019

Chancery Lane warns that fair and effective justice cannot be delivered on the cheap.

Queen’s speech: Cross-border justice agreements

19th of December, 2019

Domestic implementation of Hague conventions to be clarified in legislation.

Queen’s speech: fund for Thomas Cook claimants

19th of December, 2019

Capped compensation scheme to support customers facing ’the most serious hardship’.

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