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Latest Legal News

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MoJ accused of ignoring solicitors in bequest alert reforms

15th of February, 2019

‘Vital’ solicitors can have their say in new process for alerting charities to bequests. 

EU copyright reform indicates let-off for news aggregators

14th of February, 2019

Draft reveals watered down version of ‘snippet licensing’ law.

Pro bono lawyers 'like loyal horse Boxer in Animal Farm' - High Court judge

13th of February, 2019

Mr Justice Williams says lawyers are filling the gaps that should be covered by legal aid.

Supreme Court backs law firm in landmark negligence case

13th of February, 2019

Ruling in Raleys restores original county court judgment in ex-miner's compensation claim. 

Ryanair gets court backing to bypass solicitors in delay claims

13th of February, 2019

Firms representing delayed passengers not entitled to lien for costs, rules Court of Appeal.

Labour prepares Commons ambush for probate ‘stealth tax’

12th of February, 2019

Opposition confirms it will formally object to statutory instrument to reform probate fees. 

People who live in glass houses shouldn't make article 8 claims, judge rules

12th of February, 2019

High Court dismisses privacy and nuisance complaint by neighbours of the Tate Modern gallery in London.   

Supreme Court set to give crucial negligence ruling

12th of February, 2019

Justices examining whether claimant in Raleys must prove his ‘lost’ claim would have been an honest one.

'Monstrous' behaviour under fire at criminal bar

12th of February, 2019

Too many senior roles occupied by people who have ‘never changed a nappy’. 

Law Society warns of 'no deal' IP chaos

12th of February, 2019

Guidance says that broadcasters could have to seek further copyright clearance.

Sir Nick Clegg named in ENRC action against wife's former firm

11th of February, 2019

Request for briefing on SFO investigation 'clearly' fell outside scope of Clegg’s ministerial duties, court application claims. 

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