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The Commerce Court number 1 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria agreed this week to declare necessary bankruptcy for tourism companies Anfi Sales SL and Anfi Resorts. There will be an appeal against that...
laims management company has been fined £70,000 for misleading consumers through its websites and printed materials in the first such action by the sector's new regulator.  The fine follows the...
Barristers at Bar Council are urging the next government to overturn cuts to legal aid, abolish ‘innocence tax’ and invest in court infrastructure. In a manifesto titled ‘Urgent Action Required’, the...
A complete re-draft surrounding the rules governing damages-based agreements (DBAs) was published the other day and require feedback from lawyers whose business rely upon these kinds of arrangements...
The company that owns Outdoor Adventures, 4392 N. Irish Rd., is under investigation by the Consumer Protection Division of the State Attorney General’s office after numerous complaints about its...
The Federal government has released an implementation roadmap with timelines for implementing its response to the Financial Services Royal Commission's recommendations Key takeouts The Federal...
Large firms are losing talent to smaller competitors, according to the latest legal sector bellwether. Two-thirds of the solicitors LexisNexis spoke to for Is The Future Small? previously worked in...
Introduction The use of internet by smartphones and tablets has drastically increased during the last decade. Data suggests that 86% of people go online “daily or almost daily” in 2018, compared with...
Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man have announced they will voluntarily adopt public registers of the true owners of offshore companies incorporated in their jurisdictions. In a joint statement,...
Competition and consumer law expert Angelique Bret of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law, said: "If these changes are introduced, they are going to have a significant impact on businesses...

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