Entain to pay £17m for failing on rules to make gambling safer and crime free – The Guardian

Posted August 17th, 2022 in fines, gambling, licensing, news by sally

‘Entain, the gambling firm behind Ladbrokes and Coral, could lose its licence to operate in the UK after it was told to pay a record £17m settlement over its inaction as individual customers spent hundreds of thousands of pounds.’

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The Guardian, 17th August 2022

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A Claimant’s Right To Apply for Further Damages Under a PDO Passes, on Death, to Their Estate and May Be Advanced by the Executor – Ropewalk Chambers

‘On Friday 22 July 2022, Johnson J handed down judgment in Power v Bernard Hastie & Company Ltd & others [2022] EWHC 1927 (QB) in respect of an application for an order for substitution made by the executor of the deceased’s estate. The judgment provides High Court authority for the proposition that a claimant’s right to seek further damages under a PDO passes, on their death, to their estate, a finding previously made by HHJ Roberts in his judgment in Guilfoyle v North Middlesex University Hospitals NHS Trust (County Court at Central London, 4 April 2018).’

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Ropewalk Chambers, 1st August 2022

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Supreme Court decision highlights complexity of the UK’s tax system – OUT-LAW.com

Posted August 17th, 2022 in appeals, corporation tax, HM Revenue & Customs, news, Supreme Court, taxation by sally

‘A recent UK Supreme Court decision is a reminder of some of the issues that need to be considered when calculating UK corporation tax profits whilst also highlighting the complexity of the UK’s tax system.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 15th August 2022

Source: www.pinsentmasons.com

Council reaffirms adoption of development plan document despite judicial review threat – Local Government Lawyer

Posted August 17th, 2022 in housing, judicial review, local government, news, planning by sally

‘Mid Sussex Council has reaffirmed its decision to adopt a development plan document that could see the building of 1700 homes, despite a threat of judicial review by one of its own councillors, who argues the decision was procedurally flawed.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 16th August 2022

Source: www.localgovernmentlawyer.co.uk

Sarah Everard vigil protester sues Met police after conviction – The Guardian

‘A woman who was arrested and charged after attending the vigil for Sarah Everard in Clapham last year has launched civil proceedings against the Metropolitan police.’

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The Guardian, 16th August 2022

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Realistic care options without magic wands: CV (A Child) (Placement Order) [2022] EWCA Civ 930 – Becket Chambers

‘This article considers the successful appeal of a first instance case in which a final placement order was made in respect of a young child with complex medical needs.’

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Becket Chambers, 10th August 2022

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Post Office inquiry chair urges higher legal fees for compensation advice – Legal Futures

‘It is “essential” that sub-postmasters claiming on one of the compensation schemes following the Horizon scandal can recover their legal costs, the chair of the Post Office scandal enquiry said yesterday.’

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Legal Futures, 16th August 2022

Source: www.legalfutures.co.uk