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UN poverty envoy laments ‘gutting’ of legal aid in austerity report

Professor Philip Alston sas the government remains in a state of denial.
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Ex-solicitor stole from elderly clients suffering severe dementia

Hove man has repaid £100,000 taken while he acted with power of attorney.
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Jailed principal who faked claim against ex-employee accepts strike-off

Diljit Bachada was also found to have perverted the course of justice.
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Claims boss who led 'extravagent lifestyle' jailed for fraud

Direct Assist Ltd director took £51,000 out of the business when it was on the verge of folding, court finds. 
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Disclosure action 'must address lack of remuneration'

Law Society and Bar Council welcome fees recognition in the attorney general's review.
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Embrace technology before your business model is threatened, Welsh firms told

Law firms in Wales must embrace new technology before their business model is threatened, the country’s chief legal officer has said. However the yawning gap between the scale of firms in the Cardiff..
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UK: Adapting The Law For Automotive Automation - Squire Patton Boggs LLP

The Law Commission of England, together with the Scottish Law Commission, last week announced a consultation into the laws around the self-driving vehicles
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UK: New Rules On Pre-Commencement Conditions Come Into Force - Hewitsons LLP

The new s100ZA of the Town and County Planning Act 1990 was brought into force on 1st October.
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UK: Do Your Due Diligence Early - Hewitsons LLP

In a recent case the tenant applied to court for an injunction preventing its neighbour from increasing the height of its building and infringing it's right to light.
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UK: Recent Case Held Flat Owner In Breach Of Lease For Letting Flat On Airbnb - Hewitsons LLP

The case of Bermondsey Exchange Freeholders LTD v Ninos Koumetto (as Trustee in Bankruptcy of Kevin Geoghehan Conway)
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UK: 'Noticing Your Notices' – S.25 Notice - Law Of Property Act 1925 - Hewitsons LLP

In anticipation of the expiry of the lease's term, the landlord instructed its solicitors to serve a section 25 notice on the then tenant, Dukeminster (UG) Limited.
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UK: Budget Changes In Relation To Land Value Capture - Hewitsons LLP

In the budget earlier this week the chancellor announced some changes in relation to land value capture.
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When property law and consumer legislation collide

Can consumer rights laws back up tenants seeking lease extensions from landlords? The question divided the Court of Appeal.
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UK: UK Data Protection: Class Action Clouds Gather Over Employers As Morrisons Loses Appeal - Ropes & Gray LLP

UK supermarket Morrisons has lost its appeal against the decision of Mr Justice Langstaff that it was vicariously liable in damages to over 5,000 employees and ex-employees for the unlawful..
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UK: Prepare To Have Your Say On The UK's Future Immigration System - Squire Patton Boggs LLP

How will your business be affected by restrictions on hiring EEA nationals from 2021?
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UK: ICA Incorporation Clauses: An Update - Reed Smith (Worldwide)

The Tribunal concluded that the wording was, as in The Strathnewton, sufficient to incorporate the ICA in its entirety.
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UK: Aziz Rahman Gives His Thoughts On This Year's Cambridge International Symposium On Economic Crime Speeches In Interview With LexisNexis - Rahman Ravelli Solicitors

Representatives of the SFO have recently given speeches indicating a renewed focus on stripping the proceeds of crime from those the SFO investigates and prosecutes.
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UK: Cryptoasset Taskforce Announces Consultations On New Regulatory Framework - Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

The UK's Cryptoasset Taskforce, launched by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond in March this year to "help the UK to manage the risks around crypto assets
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Flexible court hours return - but MoJ bows to criminal lawyers

Two courts identified for pilot schemes that will begin next spring.
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UK: Parental Bereavement Leave And Pay: Scheme Starts To Take Shape - Dentons

In September, the Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 received Royal Assent (as we reported here).
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