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2019-12-10T13:06:00+00:00By Michael Cross
Behaviour bears 'all the hallmarks of a serious attempt to pervert the course of justice', High Court hears.
2019-12-11T11:40:00+00:00By Charles Enderby Smith
Out of chaos can come opportunity.
9 December 2019By Nicholas Dobson
2 December 2019By Katherine Hooley
25 November 2019By Simone Davidson,
On 15 October the Environment Bill was published. The first half of the bill was originally published in December 2018 as the Environmental (Principles and Governance) Bill.
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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.
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2019-08-20T11:25:00+01:00By Monidipa Fouzder
Manchester firm AWH Legal buys 110-year-old East Lancashire practice out of administration.
2019-05-23T10:17:00+01:00By Jemma Slingo
Judge backs Taylor Wessing in five-year dispute over Bahamian trust.
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2019-12-13T12:33:00+00:00By Jemma Slingo
Two solicitors must pay almost £40,000 in fines and legal costs between them.
2019-12-13T09:13:00+00:00By John Hyde
Most serious charges dropped after SDT finds serious flaws with submissions from lying former client.
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Multinational businesses face legal and organisational challenges in their efforts to implement human rights commitments.
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2019-12-13T10:33:00+00:00By Sally Harrison QC
On Christmas Eve 1919 Helena Normanton, the first woman to practise as a barrister in England and Wales, joined an Inn of Court.
2019-12-13T10:23:00+00:00By David Pickup
Lawyers’ literary ambitions range across the genres, encompassing a fictional whatdunnit, a history of the Old Bailey, and an exploration of costs, says David Pickup.
2019-12-12T11:41:00+00:00By Shabnam Shekarian
Implementation of the Homelessness Reduction Act gave a glimmer of hope - but little real change.
2019-11-20T14:28:00+00:00By John Hyde
Tribunal finds conveyancer acted unreasonably in not ensuring he completed his undertaking after other party's mistake.
2019-10-22T10:34:00+01:00By John Hyde
Solicitors said they were victims themselves of scheme that collapsed before completion.
28 October 2019By Michael Cross
Clickable logo could put practitioners in breach of data protection law, specialist practitioner claims.
28 October 2019By John Hyde
Some 29 fee-earners were made redundant last week as national firm Slater and Gordon closed its Leeds office - but that might not be the end of the matter.
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