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Latest Legal News

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Negligence claim over divorce assets ruled to be time-barred

8th of July, 2020

Court of Appeal rules that any alleged cause of action happened before the final settlement hearing.

High Court throws out JR bid and rules lockdown legal

7th of July, 2020

Businessman expresses his disappointment that crowdfunded case was unsuccessful.

Lord chancellor seeks views on post-Brexit court powers

2nd of July, 2020

Ministry of Justice presents two options for departure from retained EU case law.

Judge rebukes lawyers arguing through witness evidence

1st of July, 2020

Scathing criticism of ‘substantially unsatisfactory’ witness statements submitted in tax fraud trial.

Bar body condemns Hong Kong security law

1st of July, 2020

‘This is a sad and deeply worrying time’, International Bar Association statement concludes.

‘Not fair’ for solicitor to serve claim forms on empty locked-down office

29th of June, 2020

Court rules defendant did not have the chance to serve response to papers sent at height of crisis.

Don’t even think about scrapping juries - Law Society

29th of June, 2020

Starting point must be to make full use of existing judges and courts, Chancery Lane says.

New AML reporting duty postponed

29th of June, 2020

HMRC says government will amend UK regulations implementing the DAC 6 measure on cross-border transactions.

Swift v Carpenter: Accommodation costs dispute reaches Court of Appeal

23rd of June, 2020

Issue is how the capital costs of special accommodation should be calculated - and how much defendants should pay.

Criminal offences warning over Agriculture Bill

23rd of June, 2020

House of Lords committee says using delegated powers to create criminal offences is constitutionally unacceptable.

Lockdown legal challenge raises £182k and heads to High Court

19th of June, 2020

Businessman challenges whether lockdown has been lawful and whether tests for lifting it are too narrow.

No-fault divorce to start in autumn 2021

18th of June, 2020

Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill reaches parliamentary finishing line.

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