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Latest Legal News

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High Court showdown over facial recognition technology begins

21st of May, 2019

Liberty says police force deployed the software at the 2017 Champions League final and Ed Sheeran concerts.

Dishonest claimant facing contempt charge as court rails at PI fraud tactics

21st of May, 2019

Former Asons client discontinued case when the game was up, but court insists matter should not end there.

Criminal records disclosure: call for Law Commission review

20th of May, 2019

Professor David Ormerod QC says the time is right for reform but the government is ‘busy doing other things’.

'Bullying' libel judge's dismissal of claim reversed on appeal

20th of May, 2019

High Court judge ‘cast off the mantle of impartiality’ and used ‘threatening’ and ‘overbearing’ language, CoA ruling finds.

Judge spikes PI claim from 'disabled' victim over fundamental dishonesty

16th of May, 2019

Claimant wanted case to go to full trial, but judge dismisses case after secret footage showed condition was feigned.

Snooping tribunal subject to judicial review, Supreme Court rules

15th of May, 2019

Majority of justices decide that Investigatory Powers Tribunals decisions can come into the High Court’s purview.

Appeal throws out Post Office bid to replace judge

14th of May, 2019

Recusal application ’never had any substance and was rightly rejected’, Coulson LJ rules.

Panel to clarify legal status of smart contracts

10th of May, 2019

LawTech Delivery Panel taskforce seeks views on crypto-assets under English private law.

Bar bans struck-off solicitor who filed misleading witness statement

9th of May, 2019

Michael O’Maoileoin was struck off the roll of solicitors in March last year.

Press gets a new window into family courts

9th of May, 2019

Draft guidance says courts should assist journalists and bloggers applying to relax reporting restrictions.

Russian litigants ‘loom large’ in record year for London courts

8th of May, 2019

Annual report shows number of international commercial disputes heard is continuing to rise.

Liverpool hosts 'largest ever' £3.8bn group action

8th of May, 2019

Group action claim filed in Liverpool today on behalf of potentially more than 200,000 Brazilians.

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