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Latest Legal News

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Court of Appeal urges Part 36 clarity after rejecting 'not genuine' offer

7th of April, 2021

Judges say parties should make ‘express reference’ to what their offer to settle applies.

‘Not two sets of rules’: Litigant in person handed £100k costs bill

6th of April, 2021

Judgment adds to growing body of cases where litigant in person has had no special treatment.

‘Informed consent’ fees dispute set for Court of Appeal showdown

24th of March, 2021

Personal injury firm appealed after High Court ruled that fees should not have been deducted from damages.

UK to fight ‘unnecessary barriers to data flows’

23rd of March, 2021

Minister outlines future priorities for independent data protection regime.

Judge allows use of documents shared by mistake

22nd of March, 2021

High Court says that a reasonable solicitor would have assumed that disclosure was intentional.

Online court may need only one procedure rule, says Briggs

17th of March, 2021

Supreme Court judge reveals that legislation to set up litigant-in-person-friendly dispute resolution procedure expected this year.

CoP says vulnerable man should have Covid vaccine despite father’s objection

15th of March, 2021

Father said he was wary about safety of vaccine and still believed son’s condition was due to MMR jab.

Tougher sentences on menu in ‘restore confidence’ bill

9th of March, 2021

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill proposes a portfolio of reforms.

Barristers lose £6.9m fees appeal over unenforceable DBA

5th of March, 2021

Claimants challenged an arbitration decision that they had not proved loss of earnings.

Injured off-road victims ‘sacrificed at hands of Brexit’, say lawyers

1st of March, 2021

Government hails decision to scrap ‘over-the-top’ law concerning insurance for vehicles on private land.

Magistrate’s sacking over gay adoption views was ‘inevitable’, says CoA

28th of February, 2021

Richard Page loses claim for discrimination after removal from magistracy after BBC interview.

Begum's right to fair hearing is not a trump card, SC rules

26th of February, 2021

Justices find that, where public safety makes it impossible to hear a case, proceedings must be stayed.

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