The two recent highly publicised cases involving failures in the disclosure process in criminal trials for rape (Liam Allen and Isaac Itiary) highlighted the very problems which had been the focus of recommendations made in Making it Fair...
In Chen v Ng (British Virgin Islands)  UKPC 27, the trial judge rejected Mr Ng’s evidence on the basis of matters that were never put to him in cross-examination.
Companies are set to face harsher penalties where customer information is exposed in data breaches in a bid to give consumers the confidence that their data is protected and that those who misuse it will be held to account.
“Unscrupulous employers no longer have the upper hand” – The Supreme Court allows UNISON’s appeal that fees imposed in respect of proceedings in Employment Tribunals are unlawful
The Supreme Court has allowed an appeal by trade union UNISON that Employment Tribunal fees, imposed in respect of proceedings since 2013, are unlawful and have prevented employees from obtaining justice.
In Grecu and Bagarea v Romania  EWHC 1427 (Admin) the High Court has once again, despite finding that conditions of detention would most likely breach Article 3 ECHR, given the Romanian authorities more time to provide further assurances to the court.