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Latest Legal News

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Other side’s costs bigger? Not relevant, says judge

20th of August, 2019

Court reduces costs claimed by defendant lawyers - but not because they were larger than claimant’s.

Wales' codified law plans will not face Supreme Court referral

14th of August, 2019

Decision 'should not be taken as an indication of the UK government's position', attorney general says.

Solicitors not capped by pledge to honour original costs budget

13th of August, 2019

Midlands firm had sought £400,000 in costs but former clients wanted to pay much less.

Judge issues warning to solicitors providing secondary evidence

7th of August, 2019

Court judgment makes clear that statements must comply with Civil Procedure Rules.

Brexit-related legislation surges - but mammoth task lies ahead

5th of August, 2019

Number of Brexit-related laws more than tripled in first half of 2019, legal information company reports.

Appeal allows stand-still agreement on claim 17 months out of time

1st of August, 2019

High Court decision on inheritance case overturned as Court of Appeal judges give their backing to lawyers' agreement.

Technopop pioneers Kraftwerk win sampling judgment

29th of July, 2019

Court of Justice of the European Union ruling on two-second extract could have chilling effect on 'remix culture'.

City watchdog's staff could escape grilling in LC&F inquiry

29th of July, 2019

Review will not be able to compel Financial Conduct Authority employees to attend interviews.

Saudi Arabia flouts international law with surge in beheadings

29th of July, 2019

Kingdom's 2019 toll of executions is set to exceed all previous records, says International Bar Association.

Supreme Court ruling grants public access to court documents

29th of July, 2019

Justices uphold Court of Appeal decision allowing disclosure to limited scope of court files and bundles.

Supreme Court poised for verdict on access to documents

26th of July, 2019

Justices will give their ruling on case where both sides have challenged Court of Appeal.

Court rejects appeal against judgment delivered after 18 months

26th of July, 2019

Trial judge found to have caused ‘regrettable’ delay, but no error in law.

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