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Latest Legal News

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University offers ‘top-100 education’ with City firm partnership

23rd of April, 2019

New course incorporating year-long placement confirms predictions of two-tier training regime under SQE. 

UK quietly signs up to EU criminal justice measures

23rd of April, 2019

Formal notifications to opt in to judicial cooperation despite Brexit debacle.

Royal Mail faces employment claim in new group action

18th of April, 2019

Employment tribunal claim brought under Agency Workers Regulation 2010.

Big Four told to separate professional services from audit work

18th of April, 2019

Competition and Markets Authority cites ‘difficulties’ with immediate structural split.

Court of Appeal sets aside 'absurd' care decision after 'shambolic' case

17th of April, 2019

Judge found to have taken ‘unprecedented’ decision to dismiss care proceedings application.

Solicitor loses libel claim against Facebook critic

17th of April, 2019

In the latest 'serious harm' ruling, court rules that no material harm was done when only disgruntled ex-clients associate post with complainant.

Herbert Smith Freehills misses five-year gender diversity goal

16th of April, 2019

Firm wanted to achieve a 30% female partnership this year.

'The White Book is wrong' - Vos offers clarity on disclosure rules

16th of April, 2019

High Court judge sets out exactly when disclosure pilot should apply.

Government promises private tenancy law reform - but does not say when

15th of April, 2019

Consultation response announces repeal of s21 of the Housing Act 1988. 

City firms urged to set ‘aspirational’ BAME retention targets

12th of April, 2019

NOTICED network sets out best practice guidelines for City law firms.

Toys R Us administration legal bills approach £2m

12th of April, 2019

Latest progress report shows host of City firms advising on administration.

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