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Immigration Law Update May 2020

Here is our Immigration Law Update with articles from Kate Jones, Tori Adams, Daniel Wand, Ben Haseldine and Jyoti Wood.   Immigration Law Update May 2020

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The making of group litigation orders in the context of competing solicitors’ firms (Lungowe and others v Vedanta Resources plc)

New Civil Litigation Article By Georgia Whiting (2011) CA 1690 – The making of group litigation orders in the context of competing solicitors firms (Lungowe and others v Vedanta Resources plc) [This article was first published by Lexis®PSL on 16/04/2020]  

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FAMILY LAW UPDATE – Re P (A CHILD: REMOTE HEARING)

Here is our latest Family Law Update: ‘In some cases there are competing interests which make the decision as to whether to adjourn a hearing somewhat more complex. The case of Re P (A CHILD: REMOTE HEARING) [2020] EWFC 32 was one such case’. By Tori Adams (2016) Family Law Update 23 April

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PROPERTY & HOUSING UPDATE – POSSESSIONS IN THE TIME OF COVID

Here is the latest Civil Litigation update: Possessions, Covid-19 and the Decision in UCL Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v MD. By Daniel Wand (2016) Property and Housing update    

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CIVIL LITIGATION UPDATE – SOLICITORS’ GUIDELINE HOURLY RATES TO GO UP?

The guideline hourly rates for solicitors in cases where costs are summarily assessed have not increased for ten years. That could be set to change following the announcement that the Civil Justice Council will conduct a review of the rates by the end of the year. By Andrew Granville Stafford (1987) Solicitor’s Guideline Hourly Rates […]

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