10th September - Law News

Edition 3910: LawNewsIndex is a UK based daily legal news archive on Law, Lawyers, Law Firms, Justice, Jurisprudence, Legislation, Litigation, Legal Ethics & Human Rights since 2011.


 Today's Highlighted Video Story: After imposing 20 per cent export duty on non-basmati rice, the Indian government has banned the export of broken rice with an aim to increase domestic availability, according to a government notification.

Saturday Conversations on Law
  • Crypto market rife for new areas of litigation | Law Gazette
  • MHC: Energy sector professionals believe government targets are unrealistic | Irish Legal News
  • King Charles speech: King Charles III pays tribute to his 'darling mama' in first address
  • Arson and robbery suspects released after long wait for trials | Law Gazette
  • Scottish homebuyer enquiries fall as house prices rise | Scottish Legal News
  • Irwin Mitchell profits plunge as Covid dividend ends | Law Gazette 
  • Plans submitted for new District Garda HQ in Newcastle West | Irish Legal News
  • CEO designate appointed to Gambling Regulatory Authority of Ireland | Irish Legal News
  • Law firm entitled to dismiss solicitor for not passing on complaints - Legal Futures
  • Carson McDowell grows training programme to 15 trainees | Irish Legal News
  • Irwin Mitchell profit tumbles following bumper FY21 as revenue dips to £275.7m - The Global Legal Post 
  • Baker McKenzie hires Addleshaw Goddard’s Hong Kong dispute resolution head - The Global Legal Post
  • Firm entitled to sack solicitor days after he resigned, rules tribunal | Law Gazette
  • Fee-share practice is first law firm to join collaboration institute - Legal Futures
  • he criminal bar’s indefinite strike over legal aid funding could be called off sooner than expected after criminal bar chiefs confirmed that the new lord chancellor has agreed to meet them | Law Gazette
  • #Iran condemns two women to death for ‘corruption’ over LGBTQ+ media links - Outcry over show trial, which follows Zahra Seddiqi Hamedani talking to BBC about abuse of gay people in Iran’s Kurdish region
  • The Straw man is back - and this time it's personal | Law Gazette
  • A fifth of female solicitors promoted after maternity leave - Legal Futures
  • Ex-Pure employees paid redundancy money after tribunal order | Law Gazette
  • Trump attorney general Barr a liar, bully and thug, says fired #US attorney in book - In memoir, Geoffrey Berman recounts clashes before a botched firing he insists was politically motivated
  • Gunderson Dettmer hires seasoned fintech GC in San Francisco - The Global Legal Post
  • DWF acquires specialist costs management business | Law Gazette
  • McGuireWoods adds IP litigation duo from Winston & Strawn to bolster US life sciences coverage - The Global Legal Post
  • Three police chiefs sacked for inappropriate behaviour at work party 
  • Southern Water to use debt collectors against customers boycotting payment - Company will use bailiffs if those protesting against continuing raw sewage discharges continue to hold back payment of bills 
  • Police investigating the shooting of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool have arrested a 29-year-old man was held on suspicion of assisting an offender in the West Derby area earlier