Access to important court and tribunal judgments is to be centralised at the National Archives, which the Ministry of Justice said would increase transparency and secure free access for all.
The Covid-related drop in vehicle use and motor claims meant the motor insurance market recorded its best underwriting profit last year since records began, according to EY.
An innovative wheelchair wheel design has won a competition run by London law firm Bolt Burdon Kemp to raise awareness of the day-to-day challenges facing people with spinal cord injuries.
The Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) has rebuked the Ministry of Justice and the Faulks review of administrative law for issuing “overly simplistic” figures to support the case for reform of judicial review.
A major report on the impact of the pandemic on the tribunal service has found that almost a third of judges found it “difficult to communicate” at video hearings in the first few months.
Delays in cases going through the civil court continued to rise in the first quarter of 2021, throwing a potentially huge spanner in the works of the whiplash reforms.
The number of personal injury claims relating to Covid-19 continues to be very low, despite the significant rise in infections over the winter, new figures have shown.
The Law Society has spoken out against Ministry of Justice plans to increase by inflation 133 court fees that have not changed since 2016, raising up to £17m as a result.
Listed financial services firm Frenkel Topping has continued its acquisition spree by buying Daniel Lewis Law, a recruitment firm specialising in personal injury and clinical negligence.
The High Court has boosted flight delay practices after ruling that a passenger who boarded in London but suffered a delay on the connecting leg in Canada was entitled to compensation.
It is not surprising that insurers did not anticipate Covid or the extent that it may be caught by their policies. Fortunately, we had just the mechanism to assist with this: the financial markets test case scheme.