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Calls to criminalise cyber-attacks on automated passenger vehicles

Automated transport risks cyber-attacks and passenger safety, and new criminal offences should be introduced, Kennedys has said.

Close protection

Alec Samuels considers the abuse of prepayments and deposits and how consumers should be protected

Nexa Law acquires corporate specialist Peregrine Law

Investor-backed ABS Nexa Law has acquired the entire share capital of London corporate firm Peregrine Law, it confirmed today.

Fire at Law Society HQ

We at the Solicitors Journal join the myriad voices across the profession to express our concern following the weekend fire at the Law Society’s historic headquarters.

MOJ casts doubt on RTA portal deadline

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) deputy director of civil justice David Parkin has hinted at a likely extension to the tabled April launch date of the new whiplash portal.

The fear of tech advances

Pippa Allsop discusses the tensions between the human legal advisor and technology

Covert operations

Has the admissibility of covert digital recordings tipped the balance in favour of the claimant? Nicola Laver reports