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Sir Geoffrey Vos, the Master of the Rolls, has launched a consultation on draft arbitration rules which aim to ensure “rapid, informal and cost-effective resolution of disputes arising out of novel digital technologies” such as smart contracts and blockchains.
The whiplash reforms will come into force on 31 May, the spring bank holiday, it was confirmed yesterday, as the government finally published the new rules and a marginally increased tariff.
LONDON (Reuters) - A British judge on Friday blocked the release of internal HSBC documents relating to U.S. fraud allegations against Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou.
The director of public prosecutions has called into question the age of criminal responsibility amid fears too many children are facing adult justice.
The High Court in England recently rejected a claim by a bank customer who fell victim to an APP fraud. A disappointing result for individuals who have also fallen victim to this type of scam.
The Attorney General told MPs offences related to the pandemic will be prioritised by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Britain’s efforts to combat international fraud have been dealt a “serious blow” after top judges ruled powers to investigate foreign companies are limited.
The courts system is failing to collect vital information about the performance of judges and trials during the Covid-19 pandemic, an expert has told Parliament.
Better public information should be made available to increase support for discounted sentences, according to a review of sentencing and plea decision-making in Scotland.
Fraudsters who trick people out of their hard-earned savings should be met with a tough enforcement regime, MPs and adviser bosses have claimed.
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