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2016 News

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Six-figure settlement for woman whose artery was severed during surgery

Medical negligence solicitors act for woman with life-changing injury

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Victory for Shepherd's Bush Market

As developers withdraw appeal to Supreme Court, Shepherd's Bush market traders welcome victory against compulsory purchase order

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Indigenous Peruvians' human rights claim: UK High Court rules on dispute over disclosure of documents by mining giant Xstrata

Email reveals senior executive referring to community representatives as 'sons of whores'

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MicroPort Orthopaedics issue voluntary recall on component in ADVANCE® knee replacement system

ADVANCE® HA Coated Tibial Bases recalled due to a higher than expected revision rate due to component loosening

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High Court London

Legal hearing in Uber workers challenge begins

Legal battle over the rights of Uber drivers reaches the employment tribunal as lawyers argue drivers are workers and should get basic worker's rights

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Update from Public Health England on E. coli outbreak

Latest figures show over 150 people across UK, including two deaths, linked to outbreak

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Legal action launched on behalf of Frack Free Ryedale and Friends of the Earth

Countryside near North Yorks Moors National Park under threat

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Metal-on-metal hip trial set for October 2017

Metal-on-metal hip trial billed as one of the largest product liability group actions in recent years

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Woman driver jailed for 3 years after fleeing scene of horrific collision

Woman is jailed and banned from driving for four years after seriously injuring three American students in a hit and run incident in London

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High Court grants permission for legal challenge over UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia

High Court rules that legal challenge against the Government's policy of selling weapons to Saudi Arabia can go ahead

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ASDA equal pay hearing begins into comparability of roles

Lawyers begin hearings at employment tribunal into the largest private sector equal pay claim ever which could be worth over £100m

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Leigh Day investigate teeth whitening claims

Lawyers investigating claims by a number of individuals following injuries they sustained after visiting beauty salons who they claim illegally administered tooth whitening products.