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Lord Justice Briggs has again spoken about the new online court, stating that the £25,000 threshold of monetary value claims could be increased if the court proves to be a success.
In one of the first group equal pay claims in the private sector, the Employment Tribunal has determined that over 7,000 ASDA store workers (predominantly female) are able to compare themselves to distribution workers (predominantly male).
Alibaba, one of China’s largest technology companies, recently demonstrated VR Pay, a payment service designed to allow virtual reality shoppers to pay for things simply by nodding their head.
In its recently published updated code of practice for privacy notices, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has promoted the use of 'just in time' notifications.
On 5 July 2016, the European Commission published a bold plan to bring virtual currency exchange platforms and custodian wallet providers under the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive.
A report by the BBC has considered the admission policies for the 163 grammar schools in England and highlighted that 90 of the schools do not give priority to pupils eligible for free school meals.
The Department for Transport have confirmed that the new Highways Code of Practice will be launched by the Transport Minister on 28 October.
A report in The Times today suggests long anticipated reforms relating to whiplash claims are no longer seen by government as a priority, leading insurers to conclude that they may have been shelved for the foreseeable future.
Lord Justice Jackson has told Lawyers and Judges to make better use of disclosure options in litigation.
Today’s announcement that only 23% of councils have good child protection services will strike a chord with many working in this field.
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