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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…

Records expose Margaret Thatcher’s “disquiet” about solicitors

30th December 2014

Recent declassified records from the 1980s have highlighted that then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher ordered her lord chancellor to look into ways to improve the “efficiency and probity” of…

Law firms advise on EE takeover

18th December 2014

It was recently announced that British multinational telecommunications services company BT is to look into the acquisition of mobile network operator EE, and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Clifford Chance and…

Apple in-house lawyers take on the media

11th December 2014

Apple’s team of lawyers have made headlines once more thanks to a video testimony from Steve Jobs himself. The video has caused a media storm as major publications make a claim for the company to release the…

London lawyer jobs affected by parental leave

4th December 2014

Legislation has come into effect this week as the government passes a ruling that will allow for parents to share parental leave equally. The new legislation is due to come into force for parents of babies born on or…

More legal powers to police in anti-terror war

25th November 2014

The Home Secretary Theresa May has announced that new measures are to be put in place to better help police forces fight the war on terror in Britain. In the announcement it has been outlined that police and…