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Firm hires senior employment lawyer
Firm hires new UK head of real estate and construction
Chambers appoints Qatari lawyer 
Wills can be witnessed using video conferencing technology, thanks to an emergency COVID-19 executive measure. It defines ‘presence’ in statute for the first time
Legislation to introduce a geographical indications (GI) scheme for food and drink once the transition period ends on 1 January 2021, has been laid in Parliament
There could be 500,000 outstanding employment tribunal claims by spring, Citizens Advice has warned
Lawyers have until 16 November 2020 to submit their views on what issues the government should focus on when it forms the Constitution, Democracy and Rights Commission
The volume of outstanding cases rocketed from 109,000 to more than 170,000 in the three months to the end of June 2020, during the pandemic, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) statistics have revealed