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04
Oct
21
Regular readers will know that we at 1CL are never smug. Well, occasionally. And this is one of those occasions. The Legal 500 rankings for 2022 are now out, and, quite honestly, we’re ...

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01
Oct
21
As well as our barrister rankings in the Legal 500 UK Bar 2022 directory, our clerks have received a great deal of positive feedback:

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30
Sep
21
From 1 October 2021, the temporary restrictions in Schedule 10 of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) are being replaced[1]. These changes ...

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29
Sep
21
In yesterday’s webinar Sarah Prager was joined by José María Pimentel Pardo of DAC Beachcroft, expert in Spanish law, to discuss How To Get The Most Out Of Your Expert. The webinar covered: ...

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27
Sep
21
The London Legal Support Trust Legal Walk is taking place in central London on 18th October 2021.

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27
Sep
21
As everyone knows, we at 1CL like a flutter; in truth, what litigator does not? The ability to assess odds is an important part of our professional skillset. So we were intrigued to read of a new ...

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24
Sep
21
In yesterday’s webinar, John Bryant discussed: What is a resulting trust? Presumptions, including presumption of advancement What is a constructive trust? ...

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23
Sep
21
The law on vicarious liability is currently in a state of flux, particularly in cases involving sexual abuse. In the latest development, the Court of Appeal in Blackpool Football Club v DSN [2021] ...

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20
Sep
21
In what we believe to be the first case of its kind, the splendidly named Local Boy’z Limited sued Malu NV, a Belgian company, for failing to deliver the right kind of face masks. The former had ...

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