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Latest Legal News

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High Court judge allows £786 hourly fees but calls for rate review

11th of October, 2019

Judge says current guideline rates going back to 2010 are ‘not helpful’.

Brain-damaged claimant should not learn of £6.7m award, court rules

10th of October, 2019

Injured man not considered to have sufficient understanding of what settlement covers.

Merricks v Mastercard: £14bn appeal to be heard by Supreme Court

4th of October, 2019

Walter Merricks CBE has brought claim on behalf of 46 million Mastercard customers in case worth £14bn.

Attorney general: US-style Supreme Court not in UK’s interests

4th of October, 2019

Geoffrey Cox rules out any likelihood of politicians being actively involved with appointments to the court.

Legal privilege stays even when client has disappeared, appeal court rules

4th of October, 2019

Global firm Dentons sees off bid for disclosure of client documents.

'Matter of time': lawyers optimistic about enforcing foreign judgments

1st of October, 2019

Uruguay is the only contracting state to the 2019 Judgments Convention but lawyers told more will follow.

Automatic email sign-off counts as signature, rules High Court

25th of September, 2019

Contract was binding because solicitor signed off with same details generated on every email.

IBA 2019: Ex-PM urges profession to expose its 'brilliant jerks'

24th of September, 2019

Attitudes are changing, but 59 countries still have no legal protections against sexual harassment in employment.

Government must regulate ‘gig economy’ - Lib Dems

17th of September, 2019

A panel of speakers at the Liberal Democrats’ party conference say workers on zero hours contracts face job insecurity and exploitation.

Legal charity intervenes in Miller Supreme Court appeal

17th of September, 2019

Prime minister accused of 'law-making by executive order' as hearing opens today.

Johnson pledges to reintroduce domestic abuse legislation

13th of September, 2019

Prime minister says he is committed to tackling the 'horrific' crime after criticism for not carrying over bill.

HMRC escapes costs after defending appeal over ‘chaotic’ decision

9th of September, 2019

Judge makes clear that a case with merits cannot be treated the same as a case which is obviously meritorious.

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