Investigatory Powers Tribunal is a force to be reckoned with.
It will be a bold government that tries to shackle the tech giants.
The system seems designed for the comfort and convenience of the people administering it.
A highly competitive legal sector is just one by-product of a revitalised Leeds, but the city needs to break the long-running stalemate on devolution if it is to take the next step and realise its full potential. Paul Rogerson reports from the Gazette’s latest roundtable
Hugo Martin has advised in-house legal teams that they need to gain influence in organisations by providing solutions.
This week’s law reports include claims proceedings under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976, after the death of an entrepreneur in an accident involving an ambulance, for which the defendants conceded liability.
Operation Countryman: The Flawed Enquiry into London Police Corruption | By Dick Kirby
How Judges Decide Cases: Reading, Writing and Analysing Judgments | By Andrew Goodman
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