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2022-01-10T12:58:00+00:00By Monidipa Fouzder
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to be debated in House of Lords today.
2022-01-07T15:13:00+00:00By Ibrahim Hasan
2022-01-05T15:44:00+00:00By Becca Hogan
It takes six years then three come at once.
13 December 2021By Nicholas Dobson
13 December 2021By Masood Ahmed
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Court allows father’s appeal and sets aside order that proceedings concerning parties’ children were subject to Hague Child Protection Convention 1996.
Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme.
Liability of tour operator.
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2021-07-21T11:06:00+01:00By Michael Cross
MoJ and Office of Public Guardian consult on plans for ‘mainly digital service’.
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2022-01-18T10:29:00+00:00By John Hyde
SDT fines Birmingham practitioner for mistakes but clears him of manifest incompetence.
2022-01-14T10:32:00+00:00By Sam Tobin
Convicted practitioner accused the previous panel of ‘apparent Islamophobia’ as it contained no Muslim members.
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A number of recent antitrust cases have recycled ‘benchmark’ overcharge estimates from previous cases.
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2022-01-18T11:04:00+00:00By Evie Smith
A law firm charity that represents prisoners has seen demand for its services soar, as abuses have become commonplace throughout the penal system.
2022-01-17T11:05:00+00:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
If you look at #LegalTwitter, you will find people asking for legal advice all the time.
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2021-08-23T08:23:00+01:00By Michael Cross
Ruling hinged on the question of whether a wooden structure erected by the operator of rowing and pedal boats forms part of Hyde Park.
2021-08-20T11:27:00+01:00By Michael Cross
Judgment narrates 17 pages of 'unhappy incidents' involving 30-metre grass triangle in Lake District village.
2022-01-17T14:16:00+00:00By John Hyde
Official Injury Claim creators want to look at ‘visibility’ of claims service intended to attract litigants in person.
2022-01-14T11:05:00+00:00By Sam Tobin
Liability for secondary victims in clinical negligence claims is likely to be considered by the Supreme Court after a Court of Appeal ruling.
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