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The High Court recently considered the impact of an employee's unacceptable conduct on their breach of contract claim.
Hill Dickinson
While doctors are now allowed to prescribe medicinal cannabis in certain circumstances, many patients, particularly those who seek prescriptions through the NHS
Hill Dickinson
On 18 September 2020, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published an important statement setting out its new approach to the listing of domestic and overseas medicinal cannabis companies on the Official List.
Hill Dickinson
A quick heads up on a very interesting ruling on the use by the police of AI and automatic facial recognition (AFR) technology.
Leigh Day
Women are being warned of the dangers of taking sleeping pill Modafinil (Provigil) during pregnancy.
Leigh Day
Today two judges dismissed RCA's legal challenge to the Statutory Instruments (SIs) used to bring in the changes.
Leigh Day
A six-month campaign led by an NHS doctor to have the full report into a pandemic preparation exercise published has successfully forced
Leigh Day
The ruling also affects other disabled students who have been refused universal credit.
Leigh Day
Leigh Day partner Richard Meeran shared his expertise as a pioneering multinational human rights abuse lawyer at the 2020 key UN forum on the issue this week.
Leigh Day
The woman, who we have called Margaret to protect her identity, suffered further problems when the tear was not promptly diagnosed and more difficulties resulted.
Leigh Day
Emma Hall considers moves to reduce the risk of repeated minor brain trauma among footballers.
Leigh Day
The devasting effects and future implications of COVID-19 has become increasingly more evident during a further period of national lockdown.
Walker Morris
A new tax being introduced will have a significant impact on those industries who deal with plastic packaging.
Taylor Vinters
The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights has launched an inquiry on Freedom of Expression.
Taylor Vinters
Family trusts have featured strongly in estate planning for many years, but more recently the family investment company has come to light for its own tax advantages.
BCL Solicitors LLP
In a speech at the Royal United Services Institute last week, the Director of the Serious Fraud Office, Lisa Osofsky, revealed a list of measures that would, in her view, help to improve the SFO's crime-fighting capabilities.
BCL Solicitors LLP
Last week the Supreme Court heard the long-awaited appeal in the case of R (KBR Inc) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office.
BCL Solicitors LLP
Cindy Laing and David Hardstaff consider the CPS's interim guidance in relation to challenging rape myths and stereotypes.
BCL Solicitors LLP
The director of the UK's Serious Fraud Office, Lisa Osofsky, has called for a review of the UK's rules on corporate criminal liability, to make it easier to convict corporates for the actions of people who work for them.
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