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A “steady stream of disagreements” between legal regulators and representative bodies means the rules governing their relationships may need to be rewritten, the Legal Services Board (LSB) said
Members of the Lords, including the former deputy president of the Supreme Court and a member of the Economic Affairs Committee, discussed the key principles and purpose of the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill during second reading
Hundreds of court service staff will be based in centre as part of £1bn modernisation of justice system processes
The Supreme Court has now made its ruling in Ivey v Genting Casinos, which asked it to consider the second, subjective element to the R v Ghosh legal principle
The Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill ensures that when the UK leaves the EU, we can continue to impose, update, and lift sanctions and AML regimes.
HMCTS has launched a new consultation on flexible operating hours pilots which accepts the possibility that extending the hours of courts, although desirable, might have to be abandoned altogether.
Supreme Court said the test for determining dishonesty should also apply to criminal trials - meaning there is no requirement for a defendant to appreciate that their actions were dishonest.
In Ivey v Genting Casinos  UKSC 67, the Supreme Court (hearing a civil case) did away with the second limb of the Ghosh test
The compensation was ordered when the Nottingham doctor was convicted of fraud
Updated Home Office guidance provides more detail of expected best practices and encourages smaller businesses to make a slavery and human trafficking statement even if not legally required.
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