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Latest Legal News

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Bar regulator bows to council pressure on governance shake up

20th of July, 2018

Bar Standards Board was discussing proposals to change the way it deals with third party information.

Demand for white-collar crime advice prompts City hires

20th of July, 2018

Clients increasingly want advice on corporate criminal liabilty, firm claims.

Bar to drop time limit on complaints

20th of July, 2018

Bar Standards Board proposal to abolish one-year limit drew criticism at board meeting last night.

'Prison doesn't work': Gauke signals party shift on how to reduce reoffending

20th of July, 2018

In an interview hailed as 'politically brave', justice secretary says prison should be a last resort.  

There's still no end in sight, says 'winning' husband in Mills v Mills

20th of July, 2018

Hailed as the successful party, but Graham Mills insists uncertainty is the ultimate winner.

DPP Saunders' 'failure of leadership' to blame for disclosure failures - MPs

20th of July, 2018

Alison Saunders criticised for not pressing for more urgent action during her tenure as director of public prosecutions.

MoJ could level playing field for bereaved families at inquests

19th of July, 2018

Justice minister Lucy Frazer announces review of legal aid provision.

Ashurst axes 54 secretaries in London shakeup

19th of July, 2018

City firm initially said up to 80 roles could be at risk.

High Court reserves judgment over legal aid fee fight

19th of July, 2018

The Law Society is challenging the government's decision to cut Crown court fees for solicitors under Litigators' Graduated Fee Scheme reforms.

PEP slips at Mishcon as DAC Beachcroft breaks new ground

19th of July, 2018

City firm says turnover growth heartening in 'challenging and unpredictable’ conditions. 

CoA refuses costs 'carte blanche' to cases with multiple defendants

19th of July, 2018

Judge also makes important ruling on recoverability of damages secured through Tomlin order.

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