Legal News

Law firm unfairly dismissed long-serving staff member

A police station representative at a North-East law firm was unfairly constructively dismissed after having problems with the partner who supervised her.

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Sunak promises ministerial action over SSB Law collapse

The collapse of SSB Law and impact on its former clients came to the attention of Rishi Sunak this week after it was raised at Prime Minister’s Questions.

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Clinical negligence fixed costs set for October implementation

Fixed recoverable costs for low-value clinical negligence claims – which were planned for this month – are now likely to come into force in October 2024, it has emerged.

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Government faces JR claim over litigation funding legislation

The Ministry of Justice is being threatened with judicial review over the draft legislation that aims to reverse the impact of the Supreme Court’s PACCAR ruling.

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AI’s legal leap: transforming law practice with intelligent tech

Just like in numerous other industries, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal sector is proving to be a game-changer.

Shocking figures suggest divorce lawyers need to do more for clients

There are so many areas where professional legal advice requires complementary financial planning and one that is too frequently overlooked is on separation or divorce.

Is it time to tune back into radio marketing?

How many people still listen to the radio? More than you might think, it seems. Official figures show that 88% of UK adults tuned in during the last quarter of 2023 for an average of 20.5 hours each week.