| CRISIS MANAGEMENT
Law enforcement officials in France are reportedly considering proposals to restrict the use of public wi-fi and access to the Dark Net (Tor) netw....
| EXTREMISM BILL
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D.California) of the Senate Intelligence Committee is now pushing for a renewed raft of legislation that would tighten scrut....
| SEX CRIMES
The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) hosted a major conference focused on sexual offences on Friday 4 December.....
| JUDICIAL REVIEW
The High Court will today judge whether to grant permission for a review of the government's tender for new legal aid contracts.....
| HISTORIC MOVE
The Law Society of Scotland is operating from its Victorian townhouse offices in Drumsheugh Gardens for the last time today.....
| COMBATING IS
MPs have overwhelmingly backed UK air strikes against so-called Islamic State in Syria, by 397 votes to 223, after an impassioned debate in the Ho....
| HEALTHCARE DATA
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday indicated that Vermont and 17 other states could be prevented from collecting healthcare details from certain employ....
| DATA LAW
Law enforcement officials and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) remain concerned about an email privacy bill intended to update a 30-ye....
| REGULATION ISSUES
After a decision by the Bar Standards Board to downgrade expectation of income from the new business structures, concerns have arisen regarding the fi....
A bribe linked to a $600 million sovereign loan to Tanzania was at the heart of the UK's first deferred prosecution agreement; agreed in court yes....
| LAW FIRM AWARDS
National law firm Shoosmiths was awarded 'UK Law Firm of the Year' at Legal Week's British Legal Awards ceremony in London on Friday.....
| LAWYER VICTIM
A leading Turkish lawyer was shot dead yesterday after making a speech urging for a cessation of hostilities between Turkish security forces and Kurdi....
| CONFLICTING DUTIES
A women who found out she has the same degenerative neurological disease gene as her father, and that her child of five has a 50/50 chance of having i....
| DATA REGULATION
District attorneys, police chiefs and prosecutors across America launched a reinvigorated campaign push for federal legislation that would provide inv....
| LEGAL FEES
The Treasury has rebuffed critics of the decision to use lawyers from magic circle firms to provide legal counsel over the transfer of the Government&....
| POLITICAL ACTION
A report from the cross-party group of MPs of the House of Commons Justice Committee has revealed 'grave misgivings' about the criminal co....
| DATA REGULATION
The London-based Court of Appeal has requested the Court of the Justice of the EU (CJEU) clarify whether EU countries are bound by a previous judg....
| IMMIGRATION POLICY
The US Department of Justice has formally appealed to the Supreme Court to overturn the court order that has blocked the president's executive pol....
The Law Society has requested an urgent investigation into the government's procurement of criminal legal aid contracts.....
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