9th September - Law News

Edition 3909: 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: From embracing technology to connecting with people outside of the Palace, Queen Elizabeth II was credited with modernizing many aspects of the British monarchy, ensuring its success for over seven decades.

Focus of the Day Article: ‘Our hearts are broken’: how the UK papers reported the death of the Queen. Full page pictures of Queen Elizabeth fill the front pages as newspapers mark a historic and sombre day for Britain. Full story - The Guardian

Saturday Conversations on Law
  • Terra Firma Sponsors UKELA Annual Scottish Conference 2022 | Scottish Legal News
  • Cash, stamps and flags: how royal symbols will now change: Cash, stamps and flags: how royal symbols will now change - Unpicking Queen Elizabeth’s name, image and iconography from public life will take some time
  • Solicitor lent £6,000 by client’s father was not dishonest, SDT rules | Law Gazette
  • State pathology service has increased capacity | Irish Legal News
  • White House warns Truss over efforts to ‘undo’ Northern Ireland protocol 
  • Two government departments have been reprimanded by a watchdog for not responding to Freedom of Information (FOI) requests on time. It is the first time in seven years the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has issued an FOI enforcement notice 
  • Ince delays annual report until November | Law Gazette
  • Notice of death of Queen Elizabeth II, Holyroodhouse: The notice was posted on the gates of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, following the announcement 
  • Obituary: Queen Elizabeth II
  • Environment Agency told to protect wetlands in landmark court case - Victory for couple shows continuing role of European nature conservation laws in post-Brexit Britain 
  • Solicitor tells SDT that £6,000 from client’s father was a loan | Law Gazette
  • A fifth of female solicitors promoted after maternity leave - Legal Futures
  • 'Substantial positive movement from government' could end bar strike | Law Gazette
  • Nuclear secrets reportedly found at Mar-a-Lago are ‘gamechanger’, experts say #US
  • Fee-share practice is first law firm to join collaboration institute - Legal Futures
  • Maples partner Adam Donoghue relocates from London to Dublin | Irish Legal News
  • Judge blames chronic underfunding as he refuses custody extension | Law Gazette 
  • Law firm entitled to dismiss solicitor for not passing on complaints - Legal Futures 
  • Lacey Solicitors promotes RuaidhrĂ­ Austin to partner | Irish Legal News 
  • Cool reception for new lord chancellor Brandon Lewis MP | Law Gazette
  • How the ‘man in black’ was exposed by the #Russian women he terrorised - The women, mostly aged between 19 and 25, had attended a rally in Moscow in March against Russia's invasion of Ukraine
  • ECtHR: Discrimination claim rejected for man who was disqualified from Irish pension while serving prison sentence | Scottish Legal News
  • The suspect in a stabbing spree in #Canada which left 10 people dead and 19 injured has died after being captured by police. Myles Sanderson, 32, experienced "medical distress" after the arrest
  • Dentons hires banking and finance partner Siobhan Carlin | Irish Legal News 
  • AI, ‘AI washing’ and the case for using your legal brain - Legal Futures 
  • Changing lives: Scotland’s new drugs strategy | Law Gazette 
  • Dominic Raab’s hopes of making reform of the Human Rights Act the legacy of his period as lord chancellor have been been dashed | Law Gazette 
  • Early resolution pilot yet another attack on defence lawyers | Scottish Legal News 
  • #Canada stabbings suspect has 59 prior convictions, documents show 
  • Post-menopause HRT treatment to be sold in UK pharmacies 
  • Bombay High Court grants bail to juvenile gang rape accused; says he responded positively to rehabilitative efforts | Bar & Bench #India 
  • New partners and directors at Anderson Strathern | Scottish Legal News 
  • Sinead McDonald joins ID-Pal board of directors | Irish Legal News
  • The SRA takes first steps on climate change | Law Gazette