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Latest Legal News

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Automated decision-making ban could go in GDPR bonfire

10th of September, 2021

'A shared commitment to high standards of data protection is more important than a word-for-word replication of EU law,' government states.

Web cookies rules could be set for shake-up

7th of September, 2021

Information commissioner calls for cooperation across G7 nations to keep people's trust in data-driven innovation.

UK climate laws ‘falling short’ despite emissions reductions

7th of September, 2021

Climate legislation is often too complicated and lacking legally binding targets, says ClientEarth.

Claimant ‘unreasonable’ for not using portal on overvalued case

23rd of August, 2021

Claimant initially valued case at more than £25,000 but settled for less than half.

Court blocks removal of Serpentine boathouse

23rd of August, 2021

Ruling hinged on the question of whether a wooden structure erected by the operator of rowing and pedal boats forms part of Hyde Park.

Village blogger libelled 'townie' neighbours in row over unregistered land

20th of August, 2021

Judgment narrates 17 pages of 'unhappy incidents' involving 30-metre grass triangle in Lake District village.

‘Perplexed’ claimant was not fundamentally dishonest, appeal confirms

17th of August, 2021

Case 'a classic illustration of when the appeal court ought not to seek to go behind the careful findings made by the trial judge'.

Landmark sentencing guidelines issued for modern slavery

12th of August, 2021

Experiment with 16 judges suggests courts have been inconsistent in their approach to offences under 2015 legislation.

Dependency victory for relatives of deceased businessman

5th of August, 2021

Dispute over compensation for family who inherited successful company following mesothelioma death.

Supreme Court backs raped tourist in blow to travel industry

30th of July, 2021

Court takes a ‘broad view’ of the obligations owed by tour operators under package holiday contracts.

Six-figure awards set serious libel benchmark

23rd of July, 2021

Judgments in two high-profile defamation cases handed down on same day.

JR bill boosts online courts agenda

21st of July, 2021

Legislation would revive measures lost in the 2017 Prisons and Courts Bill.

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