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2011 News

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Ancient writ of Habeas Corpus issued for Pakistani prisoner in US detention

Historic legal decision as CA rules writ of Habeas Corpus should be issued in Rahmatullah case

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ReQuip claims against drug giant GlaxoSmithKline successfully settled

Parkinson's disease sufferers compensated after developing compulsive behaviour

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Continuing concerns over treatment and care of elderly patients

Guardian reports on widespread lack of dignified care for many elderly patients

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Third degree tear settlement of £90,000

Maria Panteli successfully secures compensation for young mother

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Significant amount of compensation for psychiatric injury

Six figure sum awarded to man injured in a car crash

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Peruvian torture claimants compensated by UK mining company

Monterrico Metals PLC settles Peruvian cases without admission of liability

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Beko appliances possible cause of tower block fire

Beko frost-free freezer may have caused tower block fire.

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£1.1m for client left with cauda equina syndrome

Olive Lewin successfully settles further cauda equina case

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Company director is liable for dismissing pregnant employee

Client wins sex discrimination claim against former boss

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Ectopic pregnancy compensation award

Significant six-figure sum after life-threatening ectopic pregnancy diagnosis delayed

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Successful claim for compensation after assault in prison

A female prisoner was physically and sexually assaulted in a private women's prison

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Battle to save libraries in Suffolk

Leigh Day is instructed by a library user in Sudbury, Suffolk

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