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JUDGE David Edward of the European Court of Justice has been signed to speak at this year’s Trainee Solicitors’ Group Project Europe day. To be held at the Law Society on 8 July, the event will include discussion on media and competition law, advice for taking cases to Luxembourg and information on developments in EU […]

Kensington wins review

Cyril Dixon reports THE COURT of Appeal has cleared the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea of unreasonable behaviour towards a tenant seeking council accommodation. Three Lords ruled that the authority did not have an obligation to explain why it felt the woman’s medical needs suited her to a seventh-floor flat. The woman was offered […]

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