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Latest Legal News

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Hasty planning reform threatens the environment, says Society

30th of October, 2020

Making sure that new laws are good laws will take time, Chancery Lane tells consultation.

Forces claims bill condemned as attack on independent legal profession

30th of October, 2020

Law Society endorses parliamentary human rights committee's attack on 'inflammatory language'.

Lawyers denied CFA fees after failing to act in client’s best interests

29th of October, 2020

Law firm had sought to recover fees after client did not authorise issue of any proceedings.

Ed Sheeran lawyers ticked off for ignoring Part 18 requests

29th of October, 2020

Court also found no good reason for non-compliance despite lawyers being ill with Covid-19.

JR review is flawed from square one, says top public law firm

28th of October, 2020

Faulks review based on ‘false premise’ and facing ‘impossible logistical challenge’.

JR vital to constitutional balance of powers - Society

26th of October, 2020

Chancery Lane submits reform proposals to Faulks review of administrative law.

SFO tries to lift the veil on deferred prosecutions

23rd of October, 2020

Guidance sets out what agency expects from companies looking to co-operate.

Court of Appeal declares Home Office immigration policy 'unlawful'

21st of October, 2020

Judges say Judicial Reviews and Injunctions Policy gives 'real risk' of preventing access to justice.

Court orders costs repayment after client did not consent to deduction

19th of October, 2020

Costs recovery lawyers hail decision in High Court as potential win for millions of former PI claimants.

Society condemns ‘special tax on legal profession’

14th of October, 2020

AML levy based on income would be especially harmful to the profession, Chancery Lane warns.

Insurers to fight on in PI housing costs case

14th of October, 2020

Defendant lawyers say Court of Appeal ruling in Swift v Carpenter will over-compensate claimants.

Court of Appeal backs claimant to receive £800k accommodation costs

9th of October, 2020

Judgment in Swift v Carpenter RTA case 'reverses 50 years of under-settlement'.

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