Monday

8th August - Law News

Edition 3876: 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: It is 50 years since Uganda's former-dictator Idi Amin expelled thousands of members of the Asian community from the country, after accusing them of disloyalty. They were given just three months to leave, or face being placed in concentration camps. About 27,000 people left their homes for the UK, many of them were British passport holders. Those settling in Leicester, England, have become part of the fabric of the city.
 

Focus of the Day Article: Some 32 law firms including Magic Circle firm Linklaters have signed up to a major new diversity data collection exercise. Full story - New Law Journal
 

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • Fieldfisher launches training contracts in Belfast - Legal Cheek https://t.co/cMrH2aTszp 
  • ‘A historic wrong’: Government set to announce compensation for victims of contaminated blood scandal https://t.co/Y68Dk4skQq 
  • ByrneWallace names three new senior associates and five new associates | Irish Legal News https://t.co/p0wMxJOwJF
  • Home Office contractor gives children hotel food containing worms: Family accommodated in a Midlands hotel were sick after eating meal provided by Serco https://t.co/tGCJ8r7cn3
  • Birmingham lawyers share their secrets to success - Legal Cheek https://t.co/5Yk1ldAVyT 
  • British farmers face paying for border checkpoints in EU after Brexit halts exports https://t.co/VX6wWK1mDw 
  • The greatest lawyers from medieval and ancient history - Legal Cheek https://t.co/oFcT9W0FZm 
  • Another court case fails to unlock the mystery of bitcoin’s Satoshi Nakamoto https://t.co/k09CtTiYRQ 
  • '£250 goodwill payment' for SQE students affected by exam 'IT issue' - Legal Cheek https://t.co/3UE1xIIQXB
  • Mother in law: Roe v Wade - Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England | Law Gazette https://t.co/44AD2mDp3F 
  • Festival-goers at the National Eisteddfod were surprised to see letters from its sign missing on Saturday morning https://t.co/0RayaPAj82 
  • Met denies racism after black man ‘choked’ in illegal stop and search https://t.co/YucLTR9FEv 
  • A London museum says it has agreed to return to Nigeria artefacts looted in the 19th Century from the Kingdom of Benin. The Horniman Museum said ownership of 72 objects would be transferred to the Nigerian government https://t.co/uCLdW5UM48
  • The future is driverless - Legal Cheek https://t.co/c8Oo7LSnVF
  • ‘Unduly lenient’ powers to be reviewed | Law Gazette https://t.co/ZkDCySxCh8 
  • City lawyer in criminal contempt for ‘spontaneous act of colossal stupidity’ - Legal Cheek https://t.co/7MISUZRPP9 
  • Lady Chief Justice features in latest Legal History Project podcast | Irish Legal News https://t.co/EmOG9UGsyN 
  • NRF boosts NQ lawyer pay by 11% to £105k - Legal Cheek https://t.co/rLogPnENgg 
  • Hourly rates for magic circle partners reach £1,500, analysis finds | Law Gazette https://t.co/7nhpoMbUNF
  • Law Society recommends 4% salary increase for rookie solicitors - Legal Cheek https://t.co/FYsdsKZZ9B 
  • The opportunities awaiting aspiring lawyers in Leeds - Legal Cheek https://t.co/vkJ2BvXrIU
  • NI universities pledge not to use NDAs in sexual harassment cases | Irish Legal News https://t.co/ehmc0utmPu 
  • I made a name for myself with ‘sex-positive’ comedy. Then I was raped on a night out. Would my openness be used against me? https://t.co/wREIGhoNCT 
  • Meet all the leading law firms at our first virtual law fair of the new graduate recruitment year! - Legal Cheek https://t.co/9DHuH6gIqI

Sunday

7th August - Law News

Edition 3875: 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: Fears of a full-scale conflict between Israel and Palestinian armed groups are growing after a wave of Israeli air strikes on Gaza. At least 11 people have been killed, including an Islamic Jihad commander. Palestinian fighters have launched a barrage of rockets towards Israel, but Hamas has stayed on the side lines so far

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • Costs in lower-value clin neg cases ‘far exceed damages’ | Law Gazette https://t.co/e8ckUuHQGG 
  • A project to turn Arbroath courthouse into a £2 million community hub has passed another milestone | Scottish Legal News https://t.co/iND9JR2l70
  • A booming jobs market has sent City salaries soaring, recruiters report | NLJ https://t.co/0JFLFs0vHR 
  • SLN Interview: Murray Etherington on the fight ahead | Scottish Legal News https://t.co/0V1dgUN98R
  • Client money theft – how bad is the problem? - Legal Futures https://t.co/wCpEU2VQHQ
  • Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck to review claims they stole incarcerated man’s poem https://t.co/RkAS6eMc2e
  • A competition and patent trial between two disputing toymakers has been postponed until October 2024 after the defendants told the court three weeks before that they’d missed about 84,000 documents during disclosure | NLJ https://t.co/Ea07kiVCzb 
  • Six people have been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a man at a holiday park. Emergency services were called to the Parkdean Resort, in Camber Sands, East Sussex https://t.co/cSHWk8IyoZ
  • Ex-BBC DJ Alex Belfield found guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine and three others https://t.co/gO0smPS8sD
  • CMA orders break-up of property search giant - Legal Futures https://t.co/NKkyJGguc2
  • Legal history was made at the Old Bailey in the case of Ben Oliver, where the judge’s sentencing remarks were filmed for TV for the first time | NLJ https://t.co/F9mYe5WCQf 
  • The general scheme of legislation which will ban anti-abortion protests from taking place within 100 metres of healthcare providers has been published | Irish Legal News https://t.co/zP51uFyyvD 
  • Paraplegic shooting suspect can avoid trial and end his life, Spanish court says #Spain https://t.co/RzqLMa3T35
  • Cyclists who kill pedestrians could face tougher sentences under a planned new law for England, Scotland and Wales. The move proposed by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps will close a loophole which means they can only currently be jailed for two years https://t.co/lhaetEYaRP
  • Simpson Millar exits most of private client in profitability push - Legal Futures https://t.co/panapc9W0E
  • A woman, 20, has become the third member of a British family to die from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in #Bangladesh. Samira Islam, from Cardiff, died at about 08:30 BST on Friday, after being found unconscious on 26 July https://t.co/fZHjjMWi8v 
  • #US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $49.3m (£41m) in damages after falsely claiming a 2012 school shooting was a hoax. A jury ruled the radio host must pay $45.2m in punitive damages, in addition to $4.1m in compensatory damages https://t.co/JkRlXZGXRK 
  • Archie Battersbee's family devastated as legal routes exhausted - he has not regained consciousness since being found at his home in Southend, Essex, in April https://t.co/9hBxS5Tfg5
  • The 2022 edition of the Chancery Guide is now in force and available to view | NLJ https://t.co/HVzmjKLdnw
  • Criminal appeals review: Raab’s only legacy? | Law Gazette https://t.co/pNjkY0dPWw 
  • New conveyancing ABS using chatbot to cut transaction times - Legal Futures https://t.co/nDcN8c7hN5
  • The Bar Council has accused the Legal Services Board (LSB) of ‘overstepping’ and branded its competence statement ‘a solution in search of a problem’ | NLJ https://t.co/tLFcvmgGLw
  • Soophia Khan struck off by SDT for dishonesty | Law Gazette https://t.co/O8JKsxJVDW 
  • MPs' watchdog takes on barristers too as new BSB chair - Legal Futures https://t.co/0zs1e40Zey 
  • Criminal defence specialist Richard Atkinson has won the Law Society of England and Wales 2022 election for deputy vice president of the solicitor profession | Law Gazette https://t.co/KG1xlT3WLd
  • Some 32 law firms including Magic Circle firm Linklaters have signed up to a major new diversity data collection exercise | NLJ https://t.co/wnUbS81Ls7

Saturday

6th August - Law News

Edition 3874: 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: "New fashion has started. Demoralise the investigating agencies, demoralise the country if the judgment is not in favour. Supreme Court has declared that the ED has the power to investigate people, conduct searches and even arrest citizens under the stringent provisions of PMLA," Ashwani Dubey, Supreme Court advocate, said.

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • #Ukraine ‘endangers civilians’ with army bases in residential areas, says Amnesty https://t.co/TdM5eN8HS7
  • Consultation seeks views on ‘live links’ in Northern Ireland courts | Irish Legal News https://t.co/SzHVV4uQfK 
  • A judge has ordered Kevin Spacey to pay House of Cards producers $31m (£25.5m) for the costs involved in removing him from the series following sexual misconduct allegations #US https://t.co/m5sUB0sNDJ 
  • The rise of the legal resource manager – part 2 - Legal Futures https://t.co/4pPcZhh5Ew 
  • Leading firm closes departments and puts 100 jobs at risk | Law Gazette https://t.co/SsdExJEqsJ 
  • A retired teacher fighting extradition from South Africa has admitted abusing schoolboys in Edinburgh, according to court documents seen: broadcaster Nicky Campbell is one of a number of former pupils who have made allegations https://t.co/x0ZJAXi6JF
  • Greenwich shooting: Man airlifted to hospital after armed police incident - Firearms officers responded to multiple 999 reports of a man with a firearm in Creek Road, Greenwich, at about 14:30 BST https://t.co/Vahi2dG3sI
  • A man who stabbed a burglar to death after seeing him breaking into his home via a video doorbell has been jailed. Jordan Brophy, 31, and three others targeted the home of Karl Townsend in Halewood on 29 October 2021 while he and his family were out https://t.co/OcZWZyzTUB 
  • Lawyers seek end to mixed injury damages roadblock | Law Gazette https://t.co/ciVXsvp14W 
  • Profits at Addleshaw Goddard reach £155m | Irish Legal News https://t.co/q5KzgKaURx 
  • SRA to reinstate annual fee for 60,000 non-practising solicitors - Legal Futures https://t.co/yfxr9pO30P
  • OIC mixed claims: 14 months on and still no nearer the Court of Appeal - Legal Futures https://t.co/jkR04EZVO
  • Northern Ireland solicitors reject ‘retrograde’ UK human rights plan | Irish Legal News https://t.co/H4hvuEWrUZ
  • £250 goodwill payouts for SQE fiasco | Law Gazette https://t.co/0TBx3me5Xp
  • Solicitor found in criminal contempt for "act of colossal stupidity" - Legal Futures https://t.co/qCdvVikH5k
  • The family of 12-year-old Archie Battersbee cannot move him to a hospice for withdrawal of treatment, a High Court judge has ruled https://t.co/oGA6Z7asod
  • Companies will be prosecuted if they continue to advertise a prescription-only hay-fever drug on social media, the UK government says. Kenalog is a steroid injection that the NHS stopped offering years ago because of the risk of serious side effects https://t.co/1MeHj7YZSY 
  • Four Vietnamese nationals who are believed to have been in a mill when it caught fire have been named by police. Officers began searching Bismark House Mill in Oldham after human remains were found by demolition workers https://t.co/V7Ve7YsxGs
  • Sheriff finds death of Orkney Council employee run over by tipper lorry during roadworks to have been avoidable | Scottish Legal News https://t.co/PoaFEpB1mP
  • Magistrates' court caseload down 20% in two years | Law Gazette https://t.co/G9nGPCMsrM
  • Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $4.1m (£3.3m) in damages after falsely claiming the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting was a hoax #US https://t.co/rTij0jzEG6
  • Afghanistan refugees: Hotels and hopelessness, but opportunity too, in UK https://t.co/QmzYCMGQQD 
  • SRA eyes in-house alternative to Solicitors Indemnity Fund after u-turn - Legal Futures https://t.co/auxqPmlgOG
  • 'We must make sure everyone learns lessons from this' | Law Gazette https://t.co/57vdoEDxBH 
  • Quarter of lockdown fines issues in most deprived areas | Scottish Legal News https://t.co/1R9Hrsfjvr 
  • City firm eschews one-off boost in favour of ‘sustained’ salary rises | Law Gazette https://t.co/96okGlqeTN 
  • Keir Starmer found to have breached MPs’ code of conduct over register of interests https://t.co/Y5vgDJGXxh 
  • Khan faces strike off after dishonesty allegations found proven | Law Gazette https://t.co/Chf4T2poub
  • An independent inquiry led by a barrister is to be launched by the BBC into what it knew about the conduct of former Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood. The corporation previously acknowledged six complaints about bullying and sexual misconduct, which the DJ denies https://t.co/NOxFEiZmly 
  • ‘Erasing our existence’: #Ghana’s anti-LGBTQ+ bill blamed for rise in attacks https://t.co/29Vxysqgak

Friday

5th August - Law News

Edition 3873: 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: America Is Failing Refugees, And Itself. Here's Why

Focus of the Day Article: After nearly a decade of prevarication, the solicitors' regulator has conceded that it should continue to provide cover for claims against retired solicitors once their six-year 'run-off' insurance has expired. A paper published 'for discussion' reveals that the Solicitors Regulation Authority is considering retaining the Solicitors' Indemnity Fund (SIF), the closure of which was first announced in 2013, 'with changes to reduce operating costs'. Full story - The Law Society Gazette
 

Saturday Conversations on Law

Thursday

4th August - Law News

Edition 3872: 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 Chinese state-owned CCTV firm with one million cameras in the UK

Focus of the Day Article: A solicitor “duped” into paying over £1.2m in sale proceeds to third parties in what turned out to be property frauds has failed in his appeal against being struck off. Full story - Legal Futures
 

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • Clive Palmer and Mark McGowan ordered to pay damages to each other in defamation case #Australia https://t.co/rP1SzHyp6q
  • Former Met Police chief Dame Cressida Dick may have breached professional standards relating to the murder of a private detective. Daniel Morgan was found in the car park of the Golden Lion pub, south London, with an axe in his head in 1987 https://t.co/hMSQiequuV 
  • Alex Jones concedes Sandy Hook school shooting was '100% real' - The parents of a child killed in the shooting are seeking at least $150m (£123m) in a defamation trial brought against the prominent radio host #US https://t.co/RuwN4i94Tk 
  • The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has refused an application from Archie Battersbee's parents to postpone the withdrawal of his life support https://t.co/D6nNEMOuxo
  • Solicitors could be jailed for new property register failures - Legal Futures https://t.co/QWaCkTw2gj
  • Litigation funding “explosion” driving class actions across Europe - Legal Futures https://t.co/0HKVfyLYvk 
  • Archie Battersbee: mother says life support to be removed at 11am Wednesday | The Guardian https://t.co/2x1q6FB50J
  • AG tells government lawyers to be more like those in private practice - Legal Futures https://t.co/9UcfIuxoIr
  • Kent and Sussex hosepipe ban announced from 12 August - The measure affects at least one million people, and rule-breakers could be hit with a £1,000 fine https://t.co/MXgypr6KGP
  • Third murder arrest over missing student nurse - Owami Davies, 24, left her family home in Grays, Essex, and was last seen in West Croydon on 7 July https://t.co/SKMtv7qDkW 
  • ‘Vexatious’ contempt bid against protest solicitor thrown out by judge | Law Gazette https://t.co/uLCDLBoRIi
  • "Uneconomic": NAH stops accepting tariff-only whiplash claims - Legal Futures https://t.co/NCwcxzkM0G
  • "Duped" solicitor fails in challenge to strike-off - Legal Futures https://t.co/wbRiS76mXS
  • Exam operator announces refunds for SQE fiasco | Law Gazette https://t.co/E1Hj4nZzLd
  • Barristers should avoid “supportive” comments after winning cases - Legal Futures https://t.co/p0UGgIEJ9j
  • High Court upholds ruling that $3m CFA is unforceable - Legal Futures https://t.co/CqZW4oVIjd 
  • Why law firms need to raise staff awareness of the menopause - Legal Futures https://t.co/TXN8c6hLla
  • Tenants whose bills are included in their rent could miss out on the government's £400 energy rebate because it is paid to their landlord, warn charities https://t.co/Yz37HZLbBs
  • England: Legal Ombudsman rubbished by public as wait times reach two years | Scottish Legal News https://t.co/uE3uKrdiuQ
  • Judge throws out ‘frivolous’ case by UK puppy farm firm against lawyer https://t.co/kaYsd3KfTQ 
  • Solicitor ‘duped’ by fraudster clients loses appeal against ban | Law Gazette https://t.co/HTyiBQq61p
  • Soophia Khan’s strike out application refused by SDT | Law Gazette https://t.co/nYhkr3FKwY 
  • High Court upholds ruling that $3m CFA is unforceable - Legal Futures https://t.co/CqZW4oE7rF 
  • Carole Packman murder: Parole dates given to paper before family https://t.co/XmvBLcI1RJ 
  • Tory leadership contest ballot papers delayed over security fears https://t.co/HbsMsyxV80
  • Cases like Archie Battersbee’s rely on complex ethical decisions. This is how they’re made https://t.co/ALSdN2Vt9X
  • Justin Welby ‘affirms validity’ of 1998 gay sex is sin declaration n https://t.co/MKJmWfICom 
  • Archie Battersbee: mother says life support to be removed at 11am Wednesday | The Guardian https://t.co/2x1q6FjtC9 
  • Gillespie Macandrew appoints legal heavyweight Michael Shaw as chair | Scottish Legal News https://t.co/KnYUUryi1N
  • Dr Bitcoin awarded £1 after 'deliberately false' libel evidence | Law Gazette https://t.co/S67U6CkZgA
  • Rapper Pa Salieu says he has been removed from the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony after failing a background check. He was convicted in March of possessing a bottle as an offensive weapon during a brawl which saw his friend stabbed to death https://t.co/cLNQ58BcRy 
  • Thousands of small firms go bust owing millions in bounce back Covid loans https://t.co/hGHlFx0ADB

Wednesday

3rd August - Law News

Edition 3871: 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: Jackson Reffitt warned the FBI about his father, Guy Reffitt, before and after the January 6th Capitol insurrection.
 
Focus of the Day Article: The Weekly Round-up: Northern Ireland Protocol, public Parole Board hearings, and SLAPPs. Full story - UK Human Rights Blog
 

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • Charles Russell Speechlys’ PEP slips despite growth | Law Gazette https://t.co/nFUvH0Tp34
  • Litigation funding “explosion” driving class actions across Europe - Legal Futures https://t.co/0HKVfz3zmS
  • A man allegedly found with a crossbow in the grounds of Windsor Castle on Christmas Day has been charged under the Treason Act. Jaswant Singh Chail, 20, has also been charged with threats to kill and possession of an offensive weapon https://t.co/DXCxR61FLv
  • Jailed former Cooley associate banned from profession | Law Gazette https://t.co/zylIAKr7kH 
  • Barristers should avoid “supportive” comments after winning cases - Legal Futures https://t.co/p0UGgIn8hL
  • Bar protest 'biting harder' than government data suggests | Law Gazette https://t.co/qhMhIQB2Jo 
  • Striking a better balance than Europe on SLAPPs | Law Gazette https://t.co/v3ZOTaMDP0
  • Cocaine sparked the death of entrepreneur and YouTube star Jamal Edwards, a coroner has concluded. An inquest was held at West London coroner's court into Edwards's death at the age of 31 in February https://t.co/GL5lv9fJ2z
  • An arrest warrant has been issued for the Manchester Arena bomber's brother. Ismail Abedi, 29, was convicted in his absence in July of failing to appear at the Manchester Arena Inquiry after being ordered to give evidence https://t.co/yMPqvrgohu 
  • Khan SDT hearing adjourned after last-minute application | Law Gazette https://t.co/C7CiWZGHbS 
  • Judge critical of Fieldfisher’s 'continued failure' causing trial delay | Law Gazette https://t.co/Qc9QXZncOT 
  • MoJ doubles lawtech spending for new phase | Law Gazette https://t.co/7QkhWbG4F4
  • City centre court shut down for urgent asbestos tests | Law Gazette https://t.co/og8tgDhjGE 
  • Make body-image warnings on retouched photos the law, MPs say https://t.co/vkQYzkawaE
  • Court criticises leading City firm for major e-disclosure failure - Legal Futures https://t.co/t7vB4859Fs 
  • Guy Reffitt: Capitol rioter turned in by son gets 87 months in prison #US https://t.co/zTmcrhweFf 
  • Make body-image warnings on retouched photos the law, MPs say https://t.co/vkQYzkawaE
  • Ayman al-Zawahiri: Al-Qaeda leader killed in #US drone strike https://t.co/Kn3Mt2Rfzx 
  • BCLP increases maintenance grants and vac scheme pay - also scraps grade requirements - Legal Cheek https://t.co/YxEcInUHc0

Tuesday

2nd August - Law News

Edition 3870: 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: How will China respond if the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan this week, and could Taiwan be the next Ukraine if Xi Jinping decides to invade the country? 

Focus of the Day Article: ‘This must be stopped’: US begins court battle against publishing giants’ merger. The justice department is seeking to block the $2.2bn merger between Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster. Full story - Guardian Law
 

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • BCLP increases maintenance grants and vac scheme pay - also scraps grade requirements - Legal Cheek https://t.co/YxEcInUHc0
  • The very human history of defamation from the Duke d’OrlĂ©ans to Wagatha Christie - Legal Cheek https://t.co/YITqUAWKNR 
  • Kennedys continues US expansion w Aug 01, 2022
  • Bakers bumps TC numbers from 33 to 40 - Legal Cheek https://t.co/RKQFq4FFyC 
  • Dentons hires veteran Dublin disputes lawyer from McCann FitzGerald - The Global Legal Post https://t.co/vnEuYbz3ig
  • Shoosmiths and ULaw join forces to offer pro bono support to businesses and charities - Legal Cheek https://t.co/x2RBSz2AQA
  • Three British men accused of being mercenaries are to stand trial in a Russian proxy court in eastern Ukraine. John Harding, Dylan Healy, and Andrew Hill will be tried in the so-called Donetsk People's Republic https://t.co/nKwz1XXrbh 
  • Mortgage borrowing rules have been eased after the Bank of England scrapped an affordability test. The "stress test" forced lenders to calculate whether potential borrowers would be able to cope if interest rates climbed by up to 3% https://t.co/b3YG3doPKF 
  • Oligarchs using UK property to launder illegal wealth are being targeted by a new register which has come into force. Any anonymous foreign company seeking to buy UK land or property will need to reveal the true owners https://t.co/lg5jXzslAn 
  • Four teenagers should not have been jailed for eight years for conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm, a Labour MP says. The young men were convicted over social media messages discussing revenge attacks, sent three days after the death of a friend https://t.co/JW07qI4IGQ
  • A last-minute Court of Appeal hearing has ruled the withdrawal of life support for Archie Battersbee should not be postponed beyond Tuesday https://t.co/3bo2Y3RFqb
  • City pay war: Macfarlanes boosts NQ rates to £107.5k - Legal Cheek https://t.co/kUBUKm67fc 
  • Ince CEO to step down as firm reveals 'financial difficulties' - The Global Legal Post https://t.co/aWFI1gRhxG
  • Linklaters retains 47 of 51 NQ lawyers - Legal Cheek https://t.co/ovHn9gNSAT
  • Waitrose has become the latest UK supermarket to scrap best before dates on hundreds of products in an attempt to tackle food waste. It will remove the dates from nearly 500 items of fresh food - including fruit and vegetables - from September https://t.co/2imwwfgXUn
  • Ince share price plunges over 50% following stock exchange announcement - Legal Cheek https://t.co/lQRxLst7D7
  • Allow TV full access to our courtrooms and justice will truly be seen to be done https://t.co/rIhpoEp64B
  • SNP proposal for national slavery apology blasted as the lowest form of 'virtue signalling' by the political right https://t.co/5hn3RXfvCC 
  • Court-appointed expert can be named in ‘parental alienation’ case https://t.co/oSfh0pqiI5
  • Wagatha Christie: big-budget drama joins race to bring libel trial to screen https://t.co/RLVLUlXTJf 
  • TikToking future magic circle trainee documents life as ‘British uni version of Elle Woods’ - Legal Cheek https://t.co/jZ1hVGq4pN
  • Braverman orders government lawyers to offer ‘solutions’ to legal challenges https://t.co/cd5KnbQ7o9 
  • Kaplan offers new SQE assessment dates after ‘IT issue’ forced cancellations - Legal Cheek https://t.co/JqDcRZWhtD 
  • Mortgage affordability test scrapped by Bank of England https://t.co/b3YG3doPKF
  • A court of appeal hearing will take place on Monday morning in the long-running legal battle over whether to turn off life support treatment for 12-year-old Archie Battersbee https://t.co/vb1mQMir45 
  • Freshfields partner profits push past £2 million - Legal Cheek https://t.co/Egftfb4Yfc 
  • Nadine Dorries’s ‘disturbing’ tweets on Sunak condemned by Tory MPs. Culture secretary’s post portraying Sunak wielding knife at Boris Johnson denounced in light of MPs’ murders https://t.co/3zxKM6WRMi
  • Top judges use Wikipedia, research shows - Legal Cheek https://t.co/JFHWDsDqNg
  • TV cameras to film in criminal courts for first time today - Legal Cheek https://t.co/3DWSvfzCdm