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Shubha Banerjee London Central Employment Tribunal has today upheld the claims of over 200 judges for unlawful age, race and sex discrimination and equal pay against the Lord Chancellor and the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) in relation to changes made to their pension entitlements.

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Three men who claimed that the “blanket ban” that prevents people with unspent criminal convictions which resulted in a custodial sentence or community order from being eligible for redress under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme have had their legal challenge dismissed. The claimants ar

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Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee is to examine the Air Departure Tax Bill, it has been announced. The bill, introduced to Parliament, will give the Scottish government the power to levy a tax on aircraft operators on the “carriage of passengers on flights that begin in Scotland”.

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Mady Delvaux-Stehres Members of the European Parliament have agreed to vote on a proposal that would see robots granted legal status as “electronic persons” and have warned laws are needed to ensure machines are held responsible for “acts or omissions”.

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in the cartel during that period, the Commission considered that most of the proposed reductions were no longer appropriate for the period 1993-2004. The change in position of the Roullier group explains why it cannot rely on the principle of the protection of legitimate expectations regarding main

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The step-counters have been dusted off and the resolve to fight festive excess is strong – the Faculty of Advocates’ Pedometer Challenge is back! Last year’s inaugural challenge, introduced as part of a well-being initiative, saw staff clock up an impressive combined 18,278 miles, and those ma

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Gordon Hobkirk Aberdeen corporate lawyer, Gordon Hobkirk, has returned to Maclay Murray & Spens LLP (MMS), in a move that coincides with the appointment of Andrew Orr as partner in its growing capital projects practice.

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New legal challenges over the Brexit process have been lodged in the Irish and UK courts, The Guardian reports. London-based Jolyon Maugham QC will ask the High Court in Dublin to seek a ruling from the European Court of Justice on whether the activation of article 50 can be reversed.

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