‘Litigation Privilege’ in English law is a fundamental component both for an individuals or parties’ rights. Therefore, exactly what is it and how can it be used?
Regulation implementation date unknown
EEA Nationals and their family dependents are more likely to use their Free Movement Rights, following from a recent case decision.
Resolution 35/2018 Published
Following from the recent ‘Peoples Vote’ March in October 2018, many lawyers since then have signed a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May urging for a second referendum, Pre-Brexit.
Minimum wage increased
How can businesses, such as law firms, protect themselves from potential technological threats?
New Visa Rules
Lack of appointments available
What exactly are the latest changes to the Civil Partnership Act (CPA) 2004?
Single Permit Directive set for implementation
Normative Resolution amended
Changes to Decree 11
How will law adapt towards the new and ever-developing virtual financial system in times to come?
Changes to Multiple-Entry Visa Stamps