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Latest Legal News

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Woman whose daughter was threatened with custody by judge has convictions quashed

16th of October, 2018

Appeal judges set aside convictions after finding judge’s conduct led defendant to think he had taken an adverse view of her case.

‘It’s breaking my heart’: Barristers say resumption of action ‘almost inevitable’

15th of October, 2018

Criminal Bar Association says offer of investment is not ‘remotely enough’.

Separate Welsh justice system 'inevitable' says counsel general

12th of October, 2018

Legislation (Wales) Bill will set Wales on a journey to develop clear, accessible codes of law, conference told.

Court rules on first 'follow on' antitrust damages claim

12th of October, 2018

High Court judgment says cartel existed but awards damages far below what was initially claimed.

Law Society calls for independent review of legal aid

12th of October, 2018

Chancery Lane says new funding package will not address recruitment crisis.

Pressure mounts for 'direct action’ over reformed fee scheme

11th of October, 2018

Criminal barristers claim government’s £15m offer for legal aid advocacy is not sufficient.

Hospitals have nothing to fear from SC judgment, says Darnley lawyer

11th of October, 2018

Lord Justice Jackson warned of consequences if NHS trust was found negligent over waiting times information.

Judge condemns 'very confused' evidence as multi-million fraud claim dismissed

10th of October, 2018

Claims described as ’elaborate, expensive and unmeritorious’.

Anonymity order over mystery 'unexplained wealth' target lifted

10th of October, 2018

Reporting restriction expires over identity of 'Mrs A'.

City firm trains staff as mental health 'first aiders'

10th of October, 2018

Dechert says programme is ’designed to engage, educate and provide the best possible support’ to staff.

Supreme Court finds hospital negligent over misleading waiting time

10th of October, 2018

Patient left hospital after thinking he would have to wait hours to be seen, then suffered a serious brain injury.

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