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By Anže Skodlar Crypto assets and among them cryptocurrencies, which this article focuses on, have proven themselves as an eminent opportunity in many aspects of the new digital economy, giving birth to new innovative enterprises and enabling exchange of value in a decentralized manner. This is also evident in Slovenia, being a well-known hub of successful […]

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Barrister to query role of Chancellor

A barrister is to mount a legal challenge against the Lord Chancellor’s control of judiciary members, such as magistrates and recorders, when the Human Rights Act is introduced in England and Wales. Neil Addison announced his plan after a challenge by Livingston law firm, Keegan Smith, on the validity of Scotland’s 130 temporary sheriffs, failed […]

Leigh Day hits back after South African action fails

Leigh Day & Co is hitting back at judicial criticism of its handling of a multi-party civil action brought by South African miners. In his judgment High Court Judge Buckley is highly critical of Leigh Day partner Richard Meeran for not telling “the full story” about the number of potential claimants. More than 3,000 miners […]

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There is a new wave of US firms which are looking across the water for merger partners. Chris Dignan reveals those most eligible for marriage. Rogers & Wells and Clifford Chance are well on the way to merging, while Thelen Reid & Priest has publicly declared its intention to do so (The Lawyer, 2 August). […]

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Judge Valerie Pearlman presided over a u6 million international fraud trial from her hospital bed in Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. Despite suffering from a badly broken leg, Judge Pearlman insisted on continuing with the case to avoid the expense of a retrial, estimated to be about u2.5m. The entire hearing moved to the main hall […]

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