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Latest Legal News

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Replace GDPR, says prime minister's regulatory hit-squad

16th of June, 2021

Reform would be part of ‘bold new regulatory framework for the UK’, task force recommends.

Court of Appeal rejects major shift on interim relief for ET claims

15th of June, 2021

Claimant had argued she was discriminated against by not being able to seek interim relief.

Appeal overturns 'Checkmylegalfees' PI costs victory

14th of June, 2021

Court's ruling seen as important yardstick for a number of similar appeals waiting to be heard.

‘A powerful reminder to politicians’: Assisted dying campaigner’s final message

11th of June, 2021

Noel Conway has died aged 71 after removing his ventilator.

Appeal backs woman over ‘transphobic’ tweets

10th of June, 2021

Gender-critical beliefs do not seek to destroy rights of trans persons, appeal tribunal rules.

Documents privileged despite 'element of deception'

9th of June, 2021

Litigant had protection over correspondence with solicitors that was effectively a fact-finding exercise.

Claimants awarded £2,000 damages - and ordered to pay £500,000 interim costs

2nd of June, 2021

Judgment deals with issues of honesty during pleadings, expert witnesses and refusal to mediate.

Hillsborough solicitor had no duty to correct the court

27th of May, 2021

Charge of perverting the course of justice did not apply to public inquiry into 1989 disaster, court rules.

Surveillance regime contravened privacy rights, ECtHR rules

25th of May, 2021

Ruling relates to powers conferred by the now-superseded Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.

Procedure rules may be redrafted to help LiPs

20th of May, 2021

Civil Procedure Rule Committee targets ‘brevity, clarity and simplicity’ of process.

Firm avoids negligence penalty following out-of-time ruling

19th of May, 2021

Court of Appeal says damage was caused to client as soon as faulty lease and underlease were signed.

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.

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