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The Law Society has again called for explicit statutory protection for legal professional privilege in its evidence to the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee.
Three outstanding trainee solicitors were recognised for their exceptional legal talent and essay-writing skills.
This week the Law Society sponsored a business reception for MPs to highlight the crucial part that law firms play in a successful economy.
The change would limit the application of the new instrument to contracts involving distance selling (particularly online transactions).
Government plans to introduce a new regime for 'class actions' will enhance access to justice for consumers who have suffered because of anti-competitive behaviour.
The Law Society is concerned that EU proposals for a Common European Sales Law could lead to uncertainty for businesses and consumers.
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