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17 September 2018

Embracing technology in litigation

Technology is on the rise inexorably - just look at mobile phones, apps and driverless cars – and the legal…

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11 September 2018

Pubs’, bars’ and restaurants’ costs to be hit by no-deal Brexit, trade bodies warn

As the Government publishes its first set of technical papers on a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, hospitality leaders have said that no&hel...

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11 September 2018

Licensees urged to do homework for Freshers’ Week

As thousands of students start their university or college education with Freshers’ Week all over the UK, licensees are being&h...

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11 September 2018

Disruption by drunk passengers leads to call for licensing rule change

More than 200 incidents involving disruptive passengers have been reported in the first six months of this year, before the…

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11 September 2018

Disclosure Pilot Scheme set for January 2019 take off in the Business and Property Courts

The Civil Procedure Rules Committee has recently approved the launch, from 1 January 2019, of a two-year disclosure pilot scheme…

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4 September 2018

Keyboard warriors down under

You may have heard the term ‘keyboard warrior’, but for those who have not, a keyboard warrior is someone who&hel...

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4 September 2018

Sir Cliff Richard v The BBC & The Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police – press freedom versus privacy

In July 2018, Sir Cliff Richard won his privacy case against the BBC and the South Yorkshire Police over the…

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28 August 2018

Passporting – Key issues for the UK’s financial sector

One of the key issues for the UK’s strong financial sector concerned about Brexit is that of passporting – the&hel...

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28 August 2018

Is life in the UK more uncertain now Brexit is a reality?

‘Uncertainty’ is a word frequently used to describe the consequences of the Brexit vote, as if without a vote to&hel...

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25 August 2018

Child sex abuse inquiry fined £200k by the ICO – what can we learn from their mistakes?

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has been fined £200,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for identifying&he...

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