Candey Ltd, the appellant, acted as a solicitor for Peak Hotels & Resorts Ltd (“PHRL”) between April 2014 and March 2016 in respect of worldwide litigation and various other matters. One such matter was an action in the High Court
On Wednesday 14th December the Supreme Court will hand down judgment in the case of DB Symmetry Ltd and another v Swindon Borough Councilon appeal from  EWCA Civ 1331. The Court was asked to consider if it
‘Legal but harmful’ element of online safety bill dropped
Social media companies will have to strengthen age checks
Companies could be fined if they fail to tackle illegal content
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The Online Safety Bill is to be amended and controversial measures that would have forced social media sites to take down material designated “legal but harmful” are to be removed.
The Government said it was making the changes to the
On Wednesday 30th November and Thursday 1st Decemberthe Court will hear the conjoined appeals In the matter of an application by James Hugh Allister and others for Judicial Review (Northern Ireland), In the matter of an application
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Despite a number of legal challenges that aim to block the US government’s student loan forgiveness plan — including a federal appeals court decision to delay the plan — President Joe Biden sounds confident that borrowers
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On appeal from:  EWCA Civ 387
This appeal concerns the proper basis for awarding remedies in cases of proprietary estoppel. Proprietary estoppel arises when a person gives a promise or assurance to another person that they have or will