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Prominent Human Rights Lawyers Launch Class Action for South African Uber drivers
Leigh Day is assisting South African based MBM law in a class action against Uber in South Africa
Food safety lawyers call for urgent inquiry into contaminated chicken from Poland
Food safety lawyers have called for an urgent inquiry following reports that over the past year as many as five people may have died and hundreds injured after eating contaminated chicken from Poland.
Leigh Day launches emissions group claim against Porsche
Claim includes allegations against Audi and other Volkswagen Group brand vehicles
Patient who suffered internal burns due to faulty surgical device receives five-figure settlement
A woman who suffered an internal burn and nerve damage after a faulty medical device was used in a hysterectomy operation has received a five-figure settlement from the instrument manufacturers.
Uber drivers entitled to workers’ rights after Supreme Court ruling
Tens of thousands of Uber drivers can now claim the right to be classed as workers after the Supreme Court handed down its judgment today.
Sex assault victim’s claim against DWP
A severely ill woman is bringing a claim against the Department of Work and Pensions over an appalling series of errors in her case for extra benefit to help provide for a child who was conceived as a result of sexual assault.
Retired teacher in court accused of sex offences at Salisbury Cathedral School and Oakwood Preparatory School
Retired teacher Piers Le Cheminant has appeared in court charged with sexually assaulting boys at the prestigious Salisbury Cathedral School.
Judicial review hearing into Stonehenge road project ordered
Campaigners have secured a hearing in their judicial review challenge about the decision to allow a new A303 dual carriageway and tunnel that would cause significant harm to the Stonehenge World Heritage Site (WHS).