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Volterra Fietta
On 31 January 2020, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") issued the long-awaited decision in the Slovenia v. Croatia case, declaring that it lacks jurisdiction to rule on the
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The Council of Europe wants tougher powers introduced for fighting organised crime, which it believes could be making more than a 100 billion euros a year in the European Union.
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Leigh Day
Campaign group Pregnant Then Screwed has issued legal proceedings against the Chancellor and in doing so will argue that the implementation of the Self-Employment...
Leigh Day
The 20m (65ft) crane crashed on to the development and two terrace houses in Compton Close in East London on 8 July 2020.
Leigh Day
Wildlife campaign group Wild Justice has launched a legal case challenging Natural England's failure to ensure that badgers are being killed humanely as part of the annual cull to help prevent...
Leigh Day
The Sikh Federation (UK) has been granted permission by Mr Justice Lewis for a full Judicial Review hearing in the High Court, expected to take place in October 2020.
Leigh Day
The Secretary of State for International Trade, Liz Truss made the announcement in a written statement which was immediately condemned by CAAT.
Leigh Day
Groups representing families affected by the use in pregnancy of the epilepsy drug Sodium Valproate have delivered their response to the Cumberlege Review, published July 8.
Volterra Fietta
On 19 February 2020, the UK Supreme Court ("SC") unanimously lifted the stay on the enforcement of the Micula v. Romania ICSID award.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Back in May 2020 the Government published COVID-19 secure guidelines setting out the health and safety measures to be adopted in different types of workplaces.
Volterra Fietta
On 17 February 2020, the Court of Appeal of England and Wales unanimously dismissed a challenge to the High Court's decision in the case of Kadie Kalma & Others v. African Minerals Limited
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Employer discriminated against depressed employee by failing to guarantee that she would not have to work with alleged harassers again
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
In Lamonby v Solent University the Employment Tribunal had to consider whether it was fair to dismiss an employee who had made remarks which betrayed a tendency to stereotype according to race
Leigh Day
A former football coach who is already serving a 30-year prison sentence for child abuse has admitted the sexual abuse of two more complainants, one of whom is represented by Leigh Day lawyers.
Leigh Day
Mr Packham has spoken out following a Court of Appeal judgment which refused permission on two grounds for a judicial review...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
It has recently been estimated that more than half of British adults do not have a valid Will in place whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has jolted many into action to consider whether their affairs are in order.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
In order to be valid under the "traditional" method of executing wills (and codicils) in England and Wales, a will must (among other requirements)...
Quadrant Chambers
The Supreme Court will hear the shipowners' appeal from the decision in Alize 1954 v Allianz Elementar Versicherungs AG (The "CMA CGM LIBRA")
Walker Morris
Andrew Rayment and Charlotte Smith (both Employment) presented a live Q&A webinar discussion on ‘Employee engagement and future HR trends'.
Wrigleys Solicitors
It's now over two years to the month since the biggest change in data protection law for a generation.
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