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Latest Legal News

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Barristers lose £6.9m fees appeal over unenforceable DBA

5th of March, 2021

Claimants challenged an arbitration decision that they had not proved loss of earnings.

Injured off-road victims ‘sacrificed at hands of Brexit’, say lawyers

1st of March, 2021

Government hails decision to scrap ‘over-the-top’ law concerning insurance for vehicles on private land.

Magistrate’s sacking over gay adoption views was ‘inevitable’, says CoA

28th of February, 2021

Richard Page loses claim for discrimination after removal from magistracy after BBC interview.

Begum's right to fair hearing is not a trump card, SC rules

26th of February, 2021

Justices find that, where public safety makes it impossible to hear a case, proceedings must be stayed.

Government reveals long-awaited whiplash portal start date and tariffs

26th of February, 2021

Changes will come into force at the end of May with the advent of the new RTA claims portal.

‘Extraordinary’: court hears how claimant won case two years after his death

23rd of February, 2021

Judge says land ownership case was 'utterly bizarre' but not an abuse of process.

Relief as EU deems UK data protection laws ‘adequate’

19th of February, 2021

Draft European Commission decision follows nearly a year of 'constructive talks'.

Covid measures a template for ‘worse law’, former government legal chief warns

19th of February, 2021

New regulations 'are not subject to any parliamentary scrutiny before they come into force and, typically, very little afterwards'.

Litigants baffled as Civil Procedure Rules move to new site

17th of February, 2021

Justice minister pledges to look into whether new home is accessible for all users.

Claimant cleared of dishonesty despite 'wholly unreliable' evidence

17th of February, 2021

Judge says failure to give a satisfactory account is ‘very different’ to giving a false account.

DPP reveals concerns over age of criminal responsibility

16th of February, 2021

Comments will reignite the debate called for by MPs on the justice select committee last November.

Supreme Court’s village green ruling leaves uncertainties

15th of February, 2021

'Give and take' decision over Essex quayside balances commercial and recreational uses.

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