Tuesday

13th July - Law News

Edition 3486: LawNewsIndex is a UK based daily legal news archive on Law, Lawyers, Law Firms, Justice, Jurisprudence, Legislation, Litigation, Legal Ethics & Human Rights since 2011  

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 Today's Highlighted Video Story:
The Bar Council and the Criminal Bar Association looking at opportunities for barristers in international criminal law practice at courts and tribunals.


Focus of the Day Article:
Rashad Maqsood Abbasi and Aliya Abassi (Applicants) v Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Respondent) and PA Media (Intervener) [2021] EWHC 1699 (Fam). Takesha Thomas and Lanre Haastrup (Applicants) v Kings College Hospital NHS Trust (Respondent) and PA Media (Intervener) [2021] EWHC 1699 (Fam). The focus of this judgment was on the jurisdiction, if any, that the High Court Family Division has to maintain a Reporting Restriction Order (‘RRO’) prohibiting the naming of any medical clinicians as being involved in the care and treatment of a child who had been the subject of “end of life” proceedings before the High Court prior to their death, and where an RRO had been made at that time preventing the identification of any of the treating clinicians and staff until further order. Full story - UK Human Rights Blog


Saturday Conversations on Law
  • City lawyer Neil Gerrard rejected the notion he lied under oath during a multimillion-pound High Court trial after text messages emerged suggesting he knew one of his client’s senior employees was secretly giving evidence to investigators https://t.co/zBrxuKevNw
  • Proximity acquires Canberra-based consulting firm - Lawyers Weekly #Australia https://t.co/WZEXyhmF2N
  • Estate agent Savills suspends employee over racist tweet after England defeat https://t.co/dga6N8Qx8
  • The government has explored ways to address a shortage of haulage workers, including creating a short-term visa scheme for foreign lorry drivers https://t.co/0fHgGdXRA
  • Watchdog Testimony at Human Rights Council Presses UN Over Killing of #Palestinian Authority Critic https://t.co/fjGH0hcsNc https://t.co/cLj0nFcPiY
  • Scottish mesh patients can have corrective surgery in US and England https://t.co/tPsY1r0GZl
  • #Myanmar: From political crisis, to ‘multi-dimensional human rights catastrophe’ https://t.co/AJNGveJYcr
  • Pregnancy discrimination: Beautician's claim for $150,000 in emotional damages could set new record #NewZealand https://t.co/a6CJOZmj3
  • High Court confirms business interruption insurance exclusion - Lawyers Weekly #Australia https://t.co/8HQKLVsJM1
  • Nightclubs and other large event organisers are being advised they should ask for proof that people have had their jabs https://t.co/AN74gcBKtf
  • Heathrow's Terminal 5 saw long queues at security on Monday morning because of the absence of more than 100 staff. The airport said the issue had arisen because the security staff were instructed to self-isolate https://t.co/7lP0RiYrA
  • England will move to the final stage of easing Covid restrictions on 19 July, the health secretary has confirmed. It means almost all legal restrictions on social contact will be removed https://t.co/bavcn8mqiP
  • A mural honouring footballer Marcus Rashford has been vandalised with graffiti following England's defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final https://t.co/qiu73dHF4X
  • Woman who got the sack after for asking if toy was racist wins employment tribunal - Marian had worked for Sainsbury's for 28 years and questioned the toy as she was changing prices https://t.co/BYOOOeFSE
  • What comes to your mind when you think of fashion and law? #India https://t.co/4bzwApvOXB 
  • NEXT WEEK: The Legal Cheek Summer Virtual Vacation Scheme - Legal Cheek https://t.co/ZvUE0yxUuX 
  • Decade-old lawsuit against Edmonton police delayed again after lawyer for EPS appointed a judge #Canada https://t.co/26Ip0Pbmmm
  • Law firm boss avoid costs order after losing whistleblowing claim - Legal Futures https://t.co/VoNbVwNn
  • High Court confirms business interruption insurance exclusion - Lawyers Weekly #Australia https://t.co/8HQKLVKl
  • "Extraordinary things are happening" outside of traditional law firms - Legal Futures https://t.co/DRhmD4ERdA
  • Stormy Daniels’s former lawyer Michael Avenatti jailed for Nike extortion #US https://t.co/8QxSVEqpVo
  • New evidence that #Kenyan authorities have a hand in the arrest and extradition of Nnamdi Kanu, the Indigenous People of Biafra leader, has emerged https://t.co/zaL48dKMau
  • #Italy’s sluggish legal process under the spotlight as devastated relatives fight for cases to go to trial https://t.co/aVQ3eiiiFj
  • Westminster to scrap law that stops Welsh MPs voting on England-only laws https://t.co/HxBusEwhLJ
  • Police in #Haiti claim they have arrested a doctor they believe is a key suspect in organising last week's assassination of President Jovenel Mo├»se. Christian Emmanuel Sanon, a 63-year-old Haitian national, flew in on a private jet with "political motives" https://t.co/1CvoYIn9hF
  • Tory changes to election law seek to undermine the very fabric of our democracy https://t.co/NVXvp7WLM
  • A lightning strike killed at least 11 people and injured many more in Jaipur in northern #India on Sunday as they were trying to take selfies for social media profiles https://t.co/VePPiBKr8k
  • It is 40 years since Anwar Ditta won her campaign against the UK Home Office and became one of the first to use DNA evidence to win the right to family reunification https://t.co/o5HgEgkzAj 
  • New bill will have significant repercussions for Great Barrier Reef - Lawyers Weekly #Australia https://t.co/dRTJ7FZXUJ
  • Legal scholars urge court to reject Trump’s ‘spurious’ free-speech defence in Capitol riot lawsuits #US https://t.co/EfFgXXPVZX
  • CMS becomes latest City firm to launch non-law grad scheme - Legal Cheek https://t.co/l5dVo9QFU
  • SQE rival for school leavers gets go-ahead - Legal Cheek https://t.co/AQPmK2XITT
  • Elon Musk mocks British wig-wearing barristers - Legal Cheek https://t.co/v1id5NgF2
  • A small number of ticketless fans broke into Wembley Stadium for the Euro 2020 final, after videos showed crowds pushing through barriers, police said https://t.co/rtPlg7eZrU
  • Fijian-born soldiers given right to live in UK despite legal battle loss https://t.co/1LzKurUKoU 
  • The Football Association has condemned racist abuse aimed at England players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after Sunday's Euro 2020 final defeat by Italy https://t.co/Hxy71l5wrF
  • Stormont ministers fail in legal bid to force police to help remove loyalist bonfire https://t.co/XWpzkZ6uMe
  • Garda whistleblower who said he was targeted ‘became irrational’, tribunal finds #Ireland https://t.co/DOyvtL3ZgN 
  • Legal case search | Equality and Human Rights Commission https://t.co/WdPDWiwasl 
  • Manchester Airport Group lead legal action against the Government over travel rules https://t.co/BXPlrmQ7Le