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On the subject of 2014

MoJ reveals potential new discount rate »

On September 7th, 2017 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

By Gazette Reporter The lord chancellor has set out long-awaited proposals for calculating the ‘discount rate’ applied to personal injury settlements. Under proposed legislation, the rate will be set by reference to rates of return on ‘low risk’ rather than ’very low risk’ investments as at present. The rate will also be reviewed at least every […]

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Neuberger: ‘Very hard to defend’ current legal aid system’ »

On July 5th, 2017 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

By Monidipa Fouzder The president of the Supreme Court appears to have compared UK governments to ‘repressive totalitarian regimes’ as part of a scathing attack on legal aid reforms. Lord Neuberger, who retires this year, told the Australian Bar Association’s conference on Monday that access to justice is a practical, not hypothetical, requirement. He said: […]

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SRA prosecution was ‘political game’ to attack human rights – Day »

On June 28th, 2017 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

By John Hyde Leigh Day senior partner Martyn Day has suggested his prosecution by the Solicitors Regulation Authority was part of a ‘bigger picture of a political game’ aimed at muzzling human rights defenders. Day, along with his firm and solicitors Sapna Malik and Anna Crowther, was cleared earlier this month of 19 allegations brought by […]

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Ministers Urged Not to Repeat HIP Fiasco »

On June 13th, 2016 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014,2016.

By Monidipa Fouzder – Conveyancers are counselling caution on reform of the homebuying process after confirmation of a government review rekindled memories of the much criticised home information packs (HIPs) scrapped in 2010. The Department for Business, innovation & Skills will publish a ‘call for evidence’ later this year, it was confirmed last week at […]

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Court Rejects ‘Legally Hopeless’ Barrister Claims »

On June 10th, 2016 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

By Chloe Smith >> (10 June 2016) The High Court has thrown out as “totally without merit” claims by a Birmingham public access barrister which included an application to overturn all adverse findings ever made against any barrister. Tariq Rehman, who was head of Kings Court Chambers, had sought to overturn a number of disciplinary […]

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Panel Named for Sharia Law Review »

On June 8th, 2016 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

Family solicitor Anne-Maire Hutchinson QBW QC (Hon), a partner at family firm Dawson Cornwall, is among the members of a panel set up by the home secretary to carry out an independent review of sharia law. The panel will be chaired by Professor Mona Siddiqui, an expert in Islamic and inter-religious studies, and includes family […]

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SRA Unveils Slimline Handbook and Codes »

On June 6th, 2016 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

By Monidipa Fouzder >> The professions has been given an unprecedented 16 weeks to air its views on the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s ambitious plans to simplify its hefty handbook and code of conduct. More than 18 months after promising an era of simplified regulation, the regulator last week published plans for separate codes of conduct […]

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Rights Bill returns to political agenda »

On May 30th, 2016 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

by Michael Cross >> The Conservatives’ British Bill of Rights is firmly on the political agenda as one of the 21 bills announced in the Queen’s speech. The bill, a draft of which was originally published before Christmas, will be ‘brought forward’ in the new parliamentary session, the speech said. A government statement said the […]

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Sentencing Guidelines Published »

On November 10th, 2015 MTUK Solicitors wrote on the subject of 2014.

The Sentencing Council has published guidelines for corporate manslaughter, health and safety, and food safety and hygiene offences, replacing what it said had been ‘limited guidance’. See q232hcr. [Courtesy – The Law Society Gazette]

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Breaking News! »

On July 28th, 2014 admin wrote on the subject of 2014.

MT UK Solicitors has been in action since August 2012 but today marks the day the website is first live.  After receiving a refreshed appearance, MT UK Solicitors can now return and continue to have an internet presence.  See our services to know which area you require our help in.

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