“Deep disappointment” shared over Government failure to implement recommendations from Child Sexual Abuse inquiry – Local Government Lawyer

‘The Child Sexual Abuse inquiry chair, Alexis Jay, and a number of other organisations have shared “deep disappointment” over the Government’s response to recommendations made by the Independent Inquiry into Childhood Sexual Abuse (IICSA).’

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Local Government Lawyer, 5th June 2023

Source: www.localgovernmentlawyer.co.uk

Strasbourg ‘had no jurisdiction’ to block Rwanda flight – Law Society’s Gazette

Posted June 6th, 2023 in airlines, asylum, deportation, human rights, jurisdiction, news by sally

‘Interim measures by the European Court of Human Rights including the one stopping deportation flights to Rwanda are not binding on governments, human rights law experts claim in a report published by a centre-right thinktank today. Rule 39 and the Rule of Law, published by Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project, concludes that the Strasbourg court’s “rule 39” procedure was never approved by member states and that the government should challenge its lawfulness “robustly”.’

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Law Society's Gazette, 5th June 2023

Source: www.lawgazette.co.uk

Groom wins case against stable boss who refused to dismount from horse during meeting – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 6th, 2023 in employment tribunals, horses, news, pregnancy, unfair dismissal by sally

‘A groom at a racehorse stables has won a pregnancy discrimination case after one of her bosses refused to get off her horse during a meeting to discuss her childcare.’

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Daily Telegraph, 5th June 2023

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Sports bodies have options for tackling illegal streaming, say experts – OUT-LAW.com

Posted June 6th, 2023 in copyright, electronic commerce, enforcement, internet, news, sentencing, sport by sally

‘Sports bodies and owners of broadcast rights for sports events should invest in monitoring for illegal streaming and consider the options they have for enforcing their rights against infringers in the context of their commercial objectives, according to experts in dispute resolution and brand protection in the sports sector.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 2nd June 2023

Source: www.pinsentmasons.com

Lawyers face beefed-up rules on handling complaints – Legal Futures

‘Changes to statutory requirements on how lawyers handle complaints will move closer this week amid concern that consumers are being let down at the moment.’

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Legal Futures, 5th June 2023

Source: www.legalfutures.co.uk

‘Fake bailiffs’ from private security companies carry out illegal evictions – The Guardian

‘Vulnerable families are being tricked out of their rented homes by private security guards dressed like court bailiffs, a charity has warned.’

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The Guardian, 4th June 2023

Source: www.theguardian.com

No anonymity for contempt against family court – Transparency Project

‘The decision in EBK v DLO [2023] EWHC 1074 (Fam) was reported in the local press as “Royal marine fails in contempt proceedings against ex-partner”. The case involved a lengthy history of disputes over contact, allegations of domestic abuse, employment sanctions, and defamation actions taken against the police and Cafcass. Here, we look at important points on transparency that emerged.’

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Transparency Project, 6th June 2023

Source: transparencyproject.org.uk

Family Court reporting pilot “risks failure” without improvement in flow of information between court and press, says Family President – Local Government Lawyer

‘A review of the family court reporting pilot carried out by the Transparency Implementation Group (TIG) has highlighted “issues that require guidance”.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 5th June 2023

Source: www.localgovernmentlawyer.co.uk

Brothers who beat sex offender, 85, to death jailed for murder – BBC News

‘Two brothers have been jailed for life for murdering a convicted sex offender.’

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BBC News, 5th June 2023

Source: www.bbc.co.uk