‘In this post, Neil Newing and Olivia Flasch who both practice at Signature Litigation, comment upon the decision handed down by the UK Supreme Court in the matter of Halliburton Company v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd (Formerly known as Ace Bermuda Insurance Ltd)  UKSC 48. They ask: is the decision a missed opportunity?’
UKSC Blog, 2nd February 2021
‘The actor Ricky Tomlinson is among a group of trade unionists seeking to overturn their criminal convictions arising out of an industrial strike that took place nearly five decades ago.’
The Guardian, 3rd February 2021
‘Filters should not be applied to social media adverts if they exaggerate the effect of the product, the Advertising Standards Authority has ruled.’
BBC News, 3rd February 2021
‘The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting seeks to recruit Full-Time Law Reporters.
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‘A High Court judge has granted the London Borough of Islington a possession order for a development site where protesters are occupying a copse scheduled for destruction.’
Local Government Lawyer, 2nd February 2021
‘Taking account of the vulnerability of parties and witnesses is to be added to the overriding objective as well as the factors used to determine the proportionality of costs.’
Litigation Futures, February 2021
‘An emergency application to the high court by environmental protesters to stop HS2 evicting them from a tunnel close to Euston station because of safety concerns has been rejected by a judge.’
The Guardian, 2nd February 2021