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Watchdog warning over advocate plans

Plans for new quality assurance regulations for criminal advocates have been attacked by a watchdog that believes it puts too...

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Lawyers face US-style fees change

Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has said that personal injury lawyers in England and Wales may get a cut of claimant's...

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Two firms fight over Eurostar deal

A French engineering firm is going through the High Court to stop Eurostar making a deal for new trains with...

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Paralysed man left brain damaged after nursing blunder

A tetraplegic man has been left severely brain damaged after his life-support machine was turned off by an agency nurse...

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Minister calls for video evidence expansion

A minister has called for the justice system to move with the times and harness modern technology. Justice minister Jonathan...

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7/7 bombs: compensation reform pledge

The Government has pledged to reform a scheme which compensates innocent victims of crime in the wake of the July...

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Pre-nups gain decisive weight

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Author: Amanda Melton

A court ruling has changed the playing field for pre-nuptial agreements between couples. Appeal judges ruled that "decisive weight" ought...

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EDF nominates lawyer amid dispute

EDF of France has nominated a Canadian lawyer with a tough reputation to the board of US-based Constellation Energy amid...

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Call to cut divorce court battles

More divorce cases should be setted outside the courtroom, it has been recommended. Couples should look to seek mediation, the...

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