Taxi driver failed to disclose his credit cards when presenting credit hire claim.
Court held it had not been appropriate for judge to make injunctive-type orders against vulnerable adult.
Court refers questions to CJEU in dispute concerning available means of challenging a decision that a slaughtered carcass was unfit for human consumption.
Court held it was not appropriate to exercise discretion on application to sanction a scheme for transfer of annuity policies to a new company.
Judge backs Taylor Wessing in five-year dispute over Bahamian trust.
Kwame Siaw had been fined £10,000 by the tribunal and not found to be dishonest.
Jayne Greer did not know about non-payments but found responsible for allowing situation to arise.
Pursuing a case against Watchstone was a costly and risky attempt to right any wrongs of the past.
Striking the balance between protecting legal service consumers and encouraging modernisation will mean a bright future for the profession.
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Contract was binding because solicitor signed off with same details generated on every email.
Stephen David Jones, admitted in 1986, is sentenced in the High Court at conclusion of three-day trial.
Integrated claims services provider Anexo announces 60% jump in half-year profits.