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Latest Legal News

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Six-figure awards set serious libel benchmark

23rd of July, 2021

Judgments in two high-profile defamation cases handed down on same day.

JR bill boosts online courts agenda

21st of July, 2021

Legislation would revive measures lost in the 2017 Prisons and Courts Bill.

Partners of fraudster allowed defence against client claims

21st of July, 2021

Innocent partners told they are allowed to rely on limitation defence after winning appeal.

Court blocks firm being substituted into claim of dead client

20th of July, 2021

Judge concludes agreement signed before client’s death was champertous and void.

Data breach claimants lose bid for anonymity in court

19th of July, 2021

Employees of MPs argued that disclosure of identity would undermine the purpose of their claim.

Retired solicitor sees off harassment claim over ‘puerile’ blog

19th of July, 2021

Case brought by local government officer had no prospect of success, judge rules.

Judges starting to show restraint on JRs, says lord chancellor

19th of July, 2021

Judicial Review and Courts Bill will be introduced to parliament this week.

Unknown blogger liable for £70,000 over #MeToo posts

16th of July, 2021

High Court grants damages and ancillary relief after claims for libel, harassment and data protection breach.

High Court rules against firm over DBA with bankrupt client

13th of July, 2021

Ruling said to be an important decision for how solicitors access funding arrangements.

Appeal judges back higher costs where claimant has died

12th of July, 2021

Case has potential to affect thousands of others brought through the claim portal.

Nurse sacked over flexible working secures ‘landmark' victory

9th of July, 2021

Employment tribunal should have paid attention to the ‘childcare disparity’ between men and women, says appeal judge.

'Incorrigible' vexatious litigant barred from every court

7th of July, 2021

Judges make indefinite 'all proceedings order' under s42 of the Senior Courts Act.

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