Due to ongoing protest action, no one represented the 81-year-old charged with attempted murder.
Those facing non-payment of rent from a tenant have a number of options.
An overview and guidance for solicitors currently dealing with the changes post-Mitchell.
The respondent judicial authority sought the appellant Lithuanian national’s extradition pursuant to a European arrest warrant so that she could stand trial in relation to an allegation of assisting an ‘armed robbery’, said to have occurred in 1996.
Ryanair had sought to reclaim air passenger duty, which it alleged it had overpaid in respect of connected flights.
The claimant companies brought proceedings, contending that two patents had been infringed by the defendant companies (together, Virgin). Virgin contended that the patents lacked novelty over a number of other matters, and were obvious. The Patents Court held that, among other things, both patents were invalid for obviousness.
The employment tribunal had found the claimant teacher’s claims, including of sexual and racial discrimination, against the third defendant head teacher established. The tribunal’s order was subsequently revoked on review and there was no outstanding judgment against the third defendant. The third defendant appealed, seeking a decision that the tribunal’s findings of fact had been wrong.
A Guardian journalist appealed after the attorney general blocked the publication of letters Prince Charles wrote to government departments.
The claimant musicians pitched the Real Deal, a music talent show, to Sky. Sky did not commission the claimants’ show, but later commissioned and broadcast another musical talent show programme, Must be the Music.
A Thai official tried to sue the former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman for libel, over allegations Triesman made about him before a parliamentary select committee.
The cuts have been so deep that it is time to consider a fundamental shift in legal aid delivery.
Our understanding of ‘deprivation of liberty’ has been redefined, with implications for policy-makers and the law.
Albania wants the UK to help root out corruption in its legal system.