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A cyclist who suffered life-changing injuries after being hit by a motorist has received £2m in an out-of-court settlement.
A survey from the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills has found that 83 per cent of potential future parents will consider taking advantage of the new rules that come into force in April.
New fees are 25 to 100 times greater than those charged in New York, say senior judges.
The recent High Court judgment of Bieber & Ors v Teathers Ltd (in Liquidation) serves as a reminder that a party who intends a settlement offer to be subject to contract should expressly say so.
The Retail Ombudsman (TRO) launched on 1 January 2015 as an alternative dispute resolution scheme in the UK retail sector.
The unpopular duty is in line for review if the Conservatives win in the next general election.
The Supreme Court has finally resolved the tricky question of who is the rightful owner of a bribe that has been paid to an agent.
MPs are using the second reading of the Serious Crime Bill to call for changes to the Children and Young Person Act 1933.
CJEU’s decision has implications on limiting the sale of products offered on third-party websites via screen scraping
PR Aviation used ‘screen scraping’ to sell offer Ryanair flights for sale directly to the public.
In a bid to encourage family stability, a retired judge has called for married couples to be given additional tax breaks after they pass landmark wedding anniversaries.
Sir James Munby has blasted the family courts system, saying that parents could be forgiven for believing that they are trapped in a system that is ‘neither compassionate nor even humane’.
The most senior family judge in England and Wales has blasted the family courts system, saying parents could be forgiven for believing that they are trapped in a system that is ‘neither compassionate nor even humane’.
Two long-serving members of East Sussex Fire and Rescue were killed by an explosion at a fireworks factory in 2006.
An attempt by Unison to overturn the fees charged to claimants who want to take their employer to an employment tribunal has been rejected by the High Court.
The first working day after the festive break has been dubbed ‘Divorce Day’, with an ever-increasing number of spouses each year choosing it as the day to seek advice on end their marriages.
A doctor and two nurses from a hospital in Leicestershire have been charged with manslaughter following the death of a six-year-old boy.
A survey of 2,000 adults reveals that a quarter of married couples are only staying together for the sake of their children, and expect to divorce as soon as they have grown up.
Statistics from the NHS Litigation Authority have revealed that the number of people making clinical negligence claims against the NHS has reached unprecedented levels.
Supreme Court rules even royalty must sign own disclosure statement and weighs in on question of relief from sanctions
The Supreme Court has for the first time addressed the question of post-Mitchell relief from sanctions in the recent case of HRH Prince Abdulaziz Bin Mishal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud v Apex Global Management Ltd and anor.
While the Law Commission has recommended that pre-nuptial contracts should be legally binding, prominent legal figures have raised concerns about how they are being used.