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Clarion helps secure 20% increase in Court of Protection hourly rates

Leeds law firm Clarion has helped to win a landmark case that will result in a significant change to national guideline hourly rates for Court of Protection lawyers

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Leeds business and law firm shine light on counterfeits available on Instagram

Designers and brands must pay attention to a rising trend of Instagram accounts illegally replicating their work and products, according to Leeds-based printing company Awesome Merchandise and Blacks Solicitors. Awesome

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Harrowells secures £20 million in brain injury case

York law firm Harrowells Solicitors has successfully represented a young boy who suffered irreversible brain damage at birth in his long-running case against the NHS trust responsible.  While the boy

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Walker Morris secures Supreme Court success for flat owners

A team from Leeds-headquartered Walker Morris has secured Supreme Court success for flat owners at New Lawrence House in Manchester. Following on from the Court of Appeal’s decision in December

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Exchange Chambers and Stewarts secure £1.4 million for personal injury client

A Leeds-based legal team has secured a £1.4 million lump sum settlement for a man who suffered a traumatic brain injury after a serious accident at work. Barrister Pankaj Madan

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LCF Law wins precedent-setting insolvency case

Yorkshire firm LCF Law has secured victory in a case that has set a new precedent in insolvency law, with the judge establishing when, and in what circumstances, an interest

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Leeds academics to investigate Covid-19 crimes

Leeds academics will investigate the impact of coronavirus (Covid-19) on crime in England thanks to a £666,000 grant. A team of six researchers from the University of Leeds and UCL

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Appleyard Lees sees unprecedented level of IP litigation

Intellectual property law firm Appleyard Lees will litigate three high-stakes disputes over a four-week period in June and July. The trials raise novel questions of law, according to Appleyard Lees,

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Ashley Serr of Exchange Chambers earns three judicial appointments

Ashley Serr from Exchange Chambers in Leeds has been appointed as a deputy district judge for the North Eastern Circuit. Serr has also been appointed as a fee-paid, part-time judge

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Exchange Chambers launches independent adjudication service for personal injury claims

Exchange Chambers in Leeds has launched an independent adjudication service for personal injury claims, in response to the Covid-19 crisis. The new initiative will effectively act as an alternative to