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The Doctrine of Legal Precedent: When is a Court decision binding?

The doctrine of precedent is one of the most important features of the law of England and Wales. It is important to understand in litigation when and if a past court decision is binding on subsequent courts. It can mean the difference between winning and losing a case.

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Statement by LEXLAW re Coronavirus (COVID-19): HMRC’s Failure to Process NHS Uniformed Workers Claims for Laundering Uniforms

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): HMRC’S FAILURE TO PROCESS NHS UNIFORMED WORKERS CLAIMS FOR LAUNDERING UNIFORMS LONDON, UK – The HMRC Director General for Customer Services has taken and continues to…

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High Court bars extradition to US: is there a judicial shift towards greater protection for UK citizens?

In the case of Scott v Government of the United States of America [2019] 1 W.L.R. 774, the High Court (Lord Burnett LCJ, Males J) exhibited an evolving…