Climate clauses that deliver legally enforceable decarbonization through contracts are now available copyright-free for attorneys, corporations, and stakeholders.
Attorney General Victoria Prentis KC has delivered the UK’s submissions in a hearing at the International Court of Justice in The Hague today.
The Powers of Attorney Act has been passed by Parliament, modernising the process for making and registering lasting powers of attorney (LPAs).
The Inquiry is still to hear evidence from many key witnesses who are likely to be heavily criticised and/or lawyers who may be struck off.
Official Injury Claim
Campaigners have won permission for another hearing to challenge the go ahead to build Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station on the issue of a permanent water supply and because of public interest in the development.
A further pre-inquest review (PIR) hearing will be held Today, 18 September 2023, into the deaths of three men who were murdered by Khairi Saadallah in Forbury Gardens, Reading, in June 2020.
Food industry environmental campaigners have launched a legal challenge to the government’s decision to stick with a voluntary system for food waste measurement and reporting.