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Latest Legal News

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IBA welcomes Myanmar genocide case

12th of November, 2019

Rohingya action is the first to be brought by a country over issues in another continent that do not directly concern it.

District judge disallows court fee as disbursement

11th of November, 2019

Personal injury firm submitted its business model was not to ask clients to seek fee remission.

Tories to promise human rights reform to protect ex-soldiers

11th of November, 2019

Amendment to 1998 act to create a presumption against prosecution for historical offences.

Lump sum damages approved after judge finds lack of earnings evidence

7th of November, 2019

Court of Appeal rejects claimant's appeal to secure an extra £800,000 for loss of future earnings.

Wales to ‘take forward’ devolved justice proposals

6th of November, 2019

Discussions will begin as soon as a new UK government is in place, first minister says.

Concerns raised about Calderbank offers being used to assess litigation conduct

5th of November, 2019

Law Society tells rule-makers to reconsider plans to enable offers to be taken into account when determining costs at end of family proceedings.

Supreme Court backs freeholder in leasehold covenant dispute

30th of October, 2019

Justices rule three to two to overturn Court of Appeal decision over London property.

District judge ‘sarcastic and shaking with rage’ in flawed family hearing

25th of October, 2019

Family Court rules that serious procedural irregularities impaired a care proceedings hearing.

Solicitor’s £150k costs plea ‘nothing more than a cri de coeur’

25th of October, 2019

Interim costs request was included as part of one paragraph of witness statement.

Legal aid officially widened for separated migrant children

25th of October, 2019

Transitional arrangements introduced for application process due to uncertainty over parliamentary timetable.

Elite civil servants could drive Wales legal reform

24th of October, 2019

Former lord chief justice dismisses claim that wholesale devolution would come with a £14m bill.

Court bars leaked email and overheard pub chat from employment claim

23rd of October, 2019

Appeal rules that oil giant Shell is entitled to claim legal advice privilege over parts of claim.

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