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Who else wants links deleted from Google?

An interesting legal case here about a businessman who successfully got Google to delete links about him.  Will this open the flood...

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Judges on Twitter? It's just what the system needs.

For too long the legal profession has steered well clear of social media in a decision no doubt borne from risk aversion. With law firms...

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Co-op Legal acquires probate oufit as profits stall

Could this be a shake up for Probate firms.

Co-operative Legal Services (CLS), the first consumer brand to enter the legal services market as an alternative business structure...…

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Wills solicitor caught over £2k cheque 'needed the money'

Another solicitor caught, how many more may we see for 2018?

An experienced solicitor who engineered a payment from a client’s will to pay herself £2,000 has been banned from practice. Sarah Anne...…

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