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Latest Legal News

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EAT rails against 'endless delays' of interim orders

27th of November, 2019

Judge makes his own plea at the end of an appeal against striking out of claims.

Fraudbuster warns solicitors of dirty Chinese money

26th of November, 2019

Chinese underground banking is world's most prevalent money-laundering threat, AML conference hears.

‘Deplorable and terrible’: Bar warned of UK’s dwindling role on world stage

25th of November, 2019

Philippe Sands QC tells conference the UK could find itself without a single international judge.

News focus: Crypto statement a ‘watershed’ for English law

25th of November, 2019

LawTech panel’s statement on cryptoassets and smart contracts is a boost for innovators.

Leigh Day loses success fee battle over Iraqi claims

22nd of November, 2019

Dispute with the Ministry of Defence about interpretation of CFAs signed with claimants.

Negligence claimant entitled to full compensation, rules Supreme Court

20th of November, 2019

Claim against law firm does not lose its value because the case was retrospectively downgraded.

Campaigners for gender recognition law 'should avoid media'

20th of November, 2019

Law-firm sponsored survey of laws across Europe puts UK in the dock over transgender rights.

Supreme Court to rule on compensation in miner's claim

20th of November, 2019

Judgment to be handed down in Edwards v Hugh James Ford Simey (a firm).

Appeal court re-establishes fixed costs for claim headed to multi-track

19th of November, 2019

Judges urge solicitors to be clear about costs proposals to avoid disputes ending up in court.

Cryptoassets and smart contracts valid in English law

18th of November, 2019

Taskforce publishes legal statement on status of cryptoassets and smart contracts.

Go to the LAA for civil contempt funding, not us - High Court

15th of November, 2019

Mr Justice Chamberlain explains why he declined to make a representation order in Wimbledon tickets case.

Defendant pays an extra £65,000 after fractional Part 36 defeat

15th of November, 2019

Court makes clear it will impose financial penalties where parties do not accept reasonable offers.

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