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Latest Legal News

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PI lawyers alive to Supreme Court case on overnight care costs

12th of February, 2020

Case likely to have implications for lawyers negotiating catastrophic injury settlements.

Supreme Court hopefuls could face parliamentary quizzing

12th of February, 2020

Attorney general floats plan to let MPs and peers interview judicial candidates.

CJEU opinion unfolds Brompton’s copyright claim

12th of February, 2020

Advocate general says that forms solely dictated by technical function should not enjoy protection.

Architect wins ‘eye-watering’ indemnity costs after ‘irrational’ neighbour claims

6th of February, 2020

Defendant secures indemnity costs after seeing off claims for damages against her.

Solicitors spared costs penalty despite filing budget 13 days late

6th of February, 2020

Relief for defaulting solicitors - and reassurance for profession fearful of causing delays.

Airbus to pay €3.6bn in global corruption settlement

2nd of February, 2020

High Court endorses record deferred prosecution agreement for five counts of bribery.

Judge unhappy with late surveillance evidence - but allows it anyway

31st of January, 2020

Unusual High Court judgment finds defendant winning their appeal but heavily criticised for conduct.

Sky is the limit for trade marks following key CJEU ruling

29th of January, 2020

Court rules that EU or national mark cannot be declared invalid on ground of lack of precision.

Lawyers question timing of Airbus deferred prosecution

29th of January, 2020

'Hard to ignore the possibility that this deal – and the timing of it – is political,' white collar crime specialist says.

Lord Hodge named as deputy to Supreme Court president

27th of January, 2020

Two male Scots will lead UK's highest court as commission ponders its role.

City firm sees off disclosure challenge over £65m security claim

23rd of January, 2020

Ashurst instructions from client are bound by privilege, rules Court of Appeal.

Director must compensate creditors for cut-price purchase from insolvent company

22nd of January, 2020

Duties to company and creditors survive entry into voluntary liquidation, High Court rules.

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