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Latest Legal News

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Queen’s speech: The profession reacts

11th of May, 2021

Britons overwhelmingly want their country to be a beacon of the rule of law, says Law Society president.

Queen’s speech: JR bill to 'restore the balance of power'

11th of May, 2021

Fast-track for legislation on 'judicial over-reach' among 31 measures in new parliamentary session.

£100m divorce award: judge rebuffs media pleas to publish judgment

6th of May, 2021

Billionaire newspaper owner applied to court to keep details out of public domain.

Domestic Abuse Act prompts legal aid plea

30th of April, 2021

Law Society says there is insufficient support for victims to pursue a legal case.

New rules seek to keep crypto disputes out of court

22nd of April, 2021

Government-backed taskforce seeks to end uncertainty over adoption of smart contracts and other blockchain applications.

Defendant contests Part 36 offer accepted on the day claimant died

21st of April, 2021

High Court says it would be unjust to approve the settlement accepted ‘somewhat hastily’.

Freshfields report into bank rape allegations not covered by privilege

21st of April, 2021

Employment tribunal judge says magic circle firm had not been engaged to provide legal advice.

Court shows no mercy over trainee's failure to file claim form

20th of April, 2021

Judge says error was unfortunate but the circumstances did not justify granting of relief.

Firm’s breach over counterparty's name caused no loss, rules High Court

15th of April, 2021

Kingsley Napley admits a breach of duty but court rules client did not lose out as a result.

Overseas investment curbs could hit legitimate business, Law Society warns

15th of April, 2021

Peers are to vote on amendments to the National Security and Investment Bill at the Lords report stage today.

Breastfeeding juror case prompts call for maternity exemption

13th of April, 2021

Procedure ‘demonstrates a lack of understanding for mothers’, shadow solicitor general says.

Court dismisses developers’ bid to double agreed costs budget

13th of April, 2021

Master states that court procedure rules are not designed to ‘oust the role’ of the costs judge.

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