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Lawyers voice backlash fears over EU patent court move

5 December 2016By 1 comments

Amid uncertainty following the referendum in June, Baroness Neville-Rolfe said that the UK intends to ratify the unitary patent and court system.

  • Joshua Rozenberg

    A new jurisdiction

    Common rules across civil, family and tribunals would herald the biggest shakeup of our justice system since 1873.

  • Robert bourns

    Solicitors standing up for justice

    Our justice system is verging on crisis. Solicitors must unite.

  • Hannah laming

    Who audits the auditors?

    As both regulators and private litigants sharpen their focus on corporate governance, the universe of criminal and civil risks for auditors is set to expand.

  • Lloyd George knew my regulator

  • Justice out the back of a van

  • Elephant keeps a low profile

  • Liberté, egalité, sororité

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‘Joint enterprise’ rule judgment

11 November 2016

The court delivers judgment in a series of cases concerning the controversial ‘joint enterprise’ rule, under which accomplices can be found guilty of murder even if they do not participate directly in the fatal attack.

  • My legal life: Stirling Harcus

  • MoD challenged over soldier’s disability

  • Interview: Robert Camp

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Roundtable: Brexit

At the latest Gazette roundtable, attendees considered varying scenarios for the profession attendant upon leaving the EU.

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  • Commission

    Pay-for-delay rulings under appeal

    5 December 2016By Miranda Cole

    Appeals have potentially significant ramifications for the upcoming Competition Appeal Tribunal hearings in the GSK paroxetine case.

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    Roundtable: Brexit

    5 December 2016By

    At the latest Gazette roundtable, attendees considered varying scenarios for the profession attendant upon leaving the EU.

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    Banking: legal challenges

    5 December 2016

    A deluge of new regulation and disruptive technology are presenting banks with a range of legal challenges.

Immigration

29 November 2016

The Supreme Court gave guidance on appeals relating to deportation of foreign criminals which were based on article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and held that the policies adopted by the secretary of state and given effect by the Immigration Rules were a relevant and important consideration.

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