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Latest Legal News

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Freshfields and Slaughters give way on pay gap

20th of June, 2018

Firms were told by MPs to release full data for gender pay gap including partners as well as employees.

Hogan Lovells says more than 50 roles have gone from London

20th of June, 2018

International firm consulted last year on moving posts to ‘lower cost’ alternatives.

Court rules CFA scope not limited to named defendant

20th of June, 2018

Judge says agreement should be put in context and was consistent with being ‘descriptive rather than presciptive’.

Communications 'explosion' hampering disclosure

20th of June, 2018

Sir Peter Gross says in one case police spent 630 hours reviewing data from three mobile phones.

Taylor Wessing partners enjoy 20% profit boost

19th of June, 2018

Firm’s UK arm posts strong profits in ‘best year yet’. 

General sentencing guidance captures 'rarely seen' offences

19th of June, 2018

Sentencing Council says latest guideline will help magistrates unable to refer to Court of Appeal judgments.

Records disclosure challenge reaches the Supreme Court

19th of June, 2018

Human rights organisation Liberty says its client has been unable to move forward with her life due to minor offences committed in 1999.

Give us your hard figures, LASPO review team urges

18th of June, 2018

Ministry of Justice says it receives 'largely anecdotal' evidence about impact of legal aid cuts. 

CoA awards £60k damages against 'unscrupulous' fake firm fraudsters

15th of June, 2018

Lawyers say decision resolves decades of uncertainty around the application of exemplary damages.

Legal aid 'likely' for bereaved families at inquests, MoJ announces

15th of June, 2018

Ministry of Justice says exceptional case funding guidance is being changed while officials listened to practitioners' frustrations.

City firm keen to find CVA solution

15th of June, 2018

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner in discussions with both sides over controversial rescue method.

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