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Leigh Day


Lawyers go to High Court to fight for rendition trial against Jack Straw to be held in public

United Kingdom - July 10 2017 The High Court will today hear the application by the Government for a declaration that a ‘closed material application’ may be made in the legal claim

Tower block fires - the forgotten families

United Kingdom - June 23 2017 The Grenfell Tower Block Fire disaster has devastated the lives of so many. The Police have said that the official death toll had risen to nine, but

Essure, the alternative to tubal ligation for UK women, to be discontinued in September 2017

Canada, United Kingdom, USA - June 21 2017 The German multinational chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer AG have confirmed several changes to the supply and distribution of the Essure

Woman receives six-figure settlement following surgery at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital

United Kingdom - July 12 2017 A woman has received a six-figure settlement following a claim against Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital after she underwent an operation to

Lawyers for NHS contaminated blood victims say government inquiry must learn lessons from Hillsborough to get to the truth

United Kingdom - July 11 2017 Lawyers representing over 300 victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal have welcomed the inquiry into the issue but have urged the Government to

Pension scheme a retention 'time bomb' says country's top judge

United Kingdom - July 19 2017 Lawyers representing over 200 judges have urged the Government to scrap reforms to judges pensions after the lord chief justice warned that the

Employment lawyer calls for transparency on pay for all following BBC report

United Kingdom - July 19 2017 An employment law specialist has called for pay gap reporting against all protected characteristics following the BBC’s announcement today of those

Product safety lawyer 'extremely disappointed' by lack of progress on product recall system improvements

United Kingdom - July 19 2017 The working group on product recalls and safety was created by the government in October 2016 to build on recommendations by Lynn Faulds Wood in her

Cadet abuse scandal: how past institutional failings reinforce the current need for mandatory reporting legislation

United Kingdom - July 18 2017 The recently aired Panorama documentary has shed light on the shadows of child abuse within the cadet forces, and it brings into question yet another

DePuy ASR Reimbursement Programme ends on 24 August 2017

United Kingdom - July 17 2017 The reimbursement programme was set up by DePuy’s loss adjusters, Broadspire, for the purpose of reimbursing patients where treatment had been