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Three-person embryo law voted on

4th February 2015

History was made this week after MPs voted in favour of permitting babies to born of three parents. In a vote of 382 to 128, MPs voted in the House of Commons to pass a law that now permits babies to be made…

Government face legal challenge following regulation change

26th January 2015

The government has recently made a change to the Section 106 regulation, which ensures that all new developments include a percentage of affordable homes for rent. This means that smaller schemes are now not…

William Hill loses company secretary

15th January 2015

One of the UK’s largest bookmakers William Hill has lost its general counsel and company secretary after Thomas Murphy, who previously held the post, moves onto an opportunity with Travel Commerce Platform…

New job mistakes we all make

15th January 2015

There is plenty of interview and careers advice out there and tips on how to secure your dream job, but what about making sure you keep and succeed in that new role? The first week of a new job is increasingly…

Laws that made movies

9th January 2015

Some of our best-loved films have been inspired by shocking acts of crime. From terrible murders that have influenced horrors to complicated cases and class actions, the film industry has made countless true movies…

Eversheds’ new temporary legal job

8th January 2015

As it is announced that Eversheds’ GC Angela Robertson leaves for a director of risk and GC position at international law firm Taylor Wessing, Eversheds has announced that they will not recruit for a…

Compensation difficulty for MoJ victims

2nd January 2015

Lawyers have said that it will be even harder for victims of serious cases of miscarriages of justice to receive compensation after the Victor Nealon case has proven trying. The Ministry of Defence is refusing to…

The lawsuits that changed the way we think

31st December 2014

From the frivolous to the historic, lawsuits continue to mark points in history where views may have changed or new inventions or the introduction of something forces the law to revaluate what we see as right and…