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Efforts by law firms to stand out by defining their ‘values’ and purpose commonly fail through lack of management commitment, the former head of customer service at iconic department store chain John Lewis has said.
Large companies will come under increased pressure during 2017 to provide effective ‘remedies’ to victims of business-related human rights abuses.
Department for Education and the MoJ want lawyers kept out of hearings to determine disputes between parents of disabled children and local authorities.
International court at The Hague has ruled that Turkey is in breach of a UN Security Council resolution.
Benefits of the Great Repeal Bill will fail unless the government can devise ways to take account of developments in EU law.
Supreme Court wanted guidance from parliament after the Nicklinson case but none has appeared.
Fines by US regulators and law enforcement agencies for interest rate and Forex manipulation totalled £8bn in the last four years – dwarfing penalties issued by the European Commission, EU member states and Switzerland.
Lawyers must strengthen their commitment to business and human rights principles, according to Law Society guidance issued today.
Arguments in the trial of former Bosnian-Serb general Ratko Mladić for ‘crimes against humanity’ bring the historic process close to the end of an era.
The international war crimes tribunal makes public increasingly desperate pleas for one of its judges detained in Turkey.