Pensions Discrimination Claim decision today

Ministers have lost the latest round of their battle with more than 200 judges as a tribunal ruled that changes to their pensions had an “extremely severe impact” that outweighed the public benefit of policy consistency across the sector. The ruling...

Court closures continue

HMCTS reveals eight proposed new court closures The government has unveiled a fresh round of eight proposed court closures as part of its ongoing modernisation programme in a move described by the Law Society as putting the cart before the horse. HM Courts and...

Pension appeal

Pension appeal judgement is scheduled to be handed down on the morning of Monday 29th January 2018..🤞

Justice minister backs Claims management companies

From the law Society Gazette – Personal Injury reform Justice minister Lord Keen of Elie (Richard Keen QC) insisted litigants in person would be able to navigate the small claims process once solicitors are effectively taken out of the equation. In evidence to...

AGM and Curry! 28 February Birmingham

Happy New Year everyone! Our AGM this year is on 28th February 2018 at Austin Court in Birmingham, a terrific venue in the heart of the City. We hope you can come along and help us celebrate the achievements of the last year whilst planning for the challenges ahead....