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Firm punished for links with 'dubious' deeds scam operation

6 hours 25 min ago

Merseyside firm and two directors found to have acted without integrity but not dishonestly.

Peers block suspension of barrister Lord Lester

7 hours 46 min ago

House of Lords accepts motion put forward by Lord Lester’s chambers colleague David Pannick QC.

'This ends now': attorney general publishes action plan to tackle disclosure failures

10 hours 50 min ago

Geoffrey Cox QC MP says he will hold criminal justice chiefs to account if they do not deliver.

Brexit deal: City firms voice 'cautious optimism' ahead of Westminster turmoil

11 hours 46 min ago

Lawyers warn that all possibilities remain, including another general election.

Brexit deal: City 'cautiously optimistic'

11 hours 46 min ago

Lawyers warn that all possibilities remain, including another general election.

Struck-off junior lawyer's 'toxic' firm addresses working culture

12 hours 4 min ago

McMillan Williams says it has embedded multiple new employee relations and welfare measures.

'Toxic' junior firm insists it has changed working culture

12 hours 4 min ago

McMillan Williams says it has embedded multiple new employee relations and welfare measures.

Brexit deal: Transferable IP rights confirmed

12 hours 27 min ago

Draft withdrawal agreement also makes provisions for geographical indications and community designs.

UK to pay 'due regard' to CJEU case law following Brexit

14 hours 36 min ago

Draft EU withdrawal deal promises independent arbitration and recognition of professional qualifications. 

LCJ: Crumbling buildings would not be tolerated in other jobs

16 hours 52 min ago

Lord Burnett calls for substantial investment to bring court facilities up to scratch.

'Urgent' change needed after latest 'worker v self employed' row

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 18:35

Law Society says government should follow through on commitments to consult on changes.

Government has ‘will’ to make Euro patent court work

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 16:02

Intellectual property minister confident of retaining UK’s place in proposed court.

Supreme Court deals blow to second medical use patents

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 12:44

Pfizer said pharmaceutical companies should be able to protect second medical use patents.

Solicitor steps in pro bono to help LiP leaseholder take on council

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 12:34

Mari Knowles says it is not fair that Southwark resident should defend herself alone in appeal.

Directors fined £40k after not paying disbursements while firm collapsed

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 12:05

Three Liverpool solicitors make agreed outcome with the regulator after fallout from firm’s closure.

CPS braces for 'no deal' Brexit by hiring extra lawyers

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 07:42

Director of Public Prosecutions Max Hill QC says UK withdrawal from the EU could affect many cases.

'Every lawyer should understand': High Court ruling raises wellbeing concerns

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 07:25

Judgment in SRA appeals prompts call for new 'fitness to practise' rules. 

First Court of Appeal hearing to be live-streamed in full

Tue, 11/13/2018 - 16:44

Test case will involve dispute over seating at the former Olympic Stadium in east London.

Bar challenges police chiefs over Welsh speakers in interviews

Tue, 11/13/2018 - 12:09

Chief constables say a duty to provide a simultaneous translation service is unreasonable and disproportionate.

Housing court back on government agenda

Tue, 11/13/2018 - 11:36

Communities secretary James Brokenshire says proposals will ensure tenants and landlords can access justice.

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