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Data Protection - A Shifting Focus

 15th Jul 2019  News

Data Protection - A Shifting Focus    Over the last few years, we have seen many matters that would previously have been prosecuted before the criminal courts, move into the jurisdiction of other bodies. &n... Read more

Disqualified Directors

 26th Jun 2019  News

Disqualified Directors   Recently, three men from Halifax were convicted after one of them was found to have run a company whilst disqualified. The other two were convicted of assisting him.   If you're thi... Read more

Why hasn’t Michael Gove been arrested?

 25th Jun 2019  News

Why hasn’t Michael Gove been arrested?   A question on many people’s lips since the former Justice Secretary admitted to using cocaine several times earlier in his career.   So, could he face th... Read more

Finn’s Law - What It Means

 11th Jun 2019  News

  Finn’s Law - What It Means   With much fanfare, ‘Finn’s Law’ came in to force on 8th June 2019, following the implementation of the Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Act 2019.  ... Read more

Private Prosecutions - 'Doing a Boris'

 4th Jun 2019  News

Private Prosecutions - 'Doing a Boris'   A District Judge sitting at Westminster Magistrates' Court last week authorised that a summons be issued against the prominent conservative member of parliament, Boris John... Read more

Release on Temporary Licence

 30th May 2019  News

Release on Temporary Licence   The government has conducted a review of the process for prisoners to be released on temporary licence (ROTL); the drive behind the changes being the rehabilitation of offenders. &n... Read more