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Latest Legal News

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Slaughter and May billed Carillion £8m in months before collapse

18th of May, 2018

Letter from senior partner reveals advice firm gave company prior to its collapse.

Chambers could be told to publish harassment statistics

18th of May, 2018

Bar regulator says it is determined to address ‘cultural issues’ that could contribute to unfair treatment of women.

Chief coroner issues guidance in wake of 'cab rank' ruling

18th of May, 2018

Mary Hassell’s policy of refusing to prioritise cases on religious grounds was declared unlawful last month.

Eversheds reports PEP boost after flat few years

17th of May, 2018

Partners shared around £812,000 in the last financial year.

International firm promotes £5 ‘without a lawyer’ contracts

17th of May, 2018

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner venture will allow clients to create digital NDAs online.

Housing legal aid 'protected' for those most in need, MoJ insists

17th of May, 2018

Justice minister Lucy Frazer outlines government efforts to ensure adequate provision amid calls to restore public funding.

Owens Supreme Court appeal 'not about no-fault divorce'

17th of May, 2018

Solicitor for Tini Owens says case concerns proper interpretation of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.

County court judgments hit record levels

16th of May, 2018

Registry Trust information also shows increase in succesful claims against businesses.

Question mark remains over cross-examination support for vulnerable witnesses

16th of May, 2018

Support under section 28 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act should have been available last year.  

Government shelves bill to cut '19th century red tape' around logbook loans

16th of May, 2018

Law Commission says it is disappointed with HM Treasury's decision.

City firms 'squeezed' fee income from stricken Carillion

16th of May, 2018

MPs’ report finds construction giant shelled out almost £2 million in legal fees days before collapse.

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