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Government makes Access to Work Scheme guidance public following challenge by law firm
DWP publishes document detailing criteria following Leigh Day claim of 'unlawful' practice
Woman's life-long medical complications and traumatic birth caused by failure of care at St George's Hospital
Read a medical negligence case in which a woman receives a settlement from St George’s Hospital after they admit liability for birth trauma. Find out more.
UK High Court sets the stage for large number of failed metal-on-metal hip claims against Zimmer
The High Court has granted a Group Litigation Order (GLO) to manage a large number of claims against Zimmer concerning failures of one of their metal-on-metal hip systems.
Listen to our podcast on "Land grabs, human rights, and the UK"
As part of a programme of events organised by the Law Society to mark this year's Human Rights Day, on Monday 8 December Leigh Day held an evening of discussion on “land grabs”, human rights, and the UK
Child left with liver damage after E.coli infection
Food safety lawyer calls for urgent investigation into rare E.coli O55 outbreak
Compensation awarded to parents after death of newborn daughter
Baby girl died eight hours after being born by emergency caesarean section
Sports Direct agree major changes for zero hours staff following legal battle
Sports Direct agree to major changes in their recruitment and policy practices for zero hours staff
Coroner expresses concern after man dies after being impaled on an Arjo Encore hoist
Coroner to issue Regulation 28 report after accidental death verdict
Beko plc fined £76,660 after pleading guilty to a charge relating to the safety of consumer goods
A Watford Magistrates Court hearing involving electrical goods manufacturer Beko ends with a guilty plea
Landmark judgment in Jack Straw Libyan rendition case
Court of Appeal rule former foreign secretary Jack Straw and a senior MI6 officer, should face English Courts over Libyan rendition charges
Lawyers announce over 19,000 enquiries following ASDA equal pay legal case launched
Investigations revealed that employees in Asda owned distribution centres are paid more than supermarket employees