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Businesses do not have to pay compensation for causing distress to consumers if they break data protection laws unless the distress suffered by consumers is linked to the breach itself, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 22 May 2013
Judges are prevented from delivering a verdict on libel cases if the person bringing the claim before the court dies before the judgment is handed down, the High Court has said. 19 Apr 2013
This guide was last updated in May 2013 and applies to court proceedings in England and Wales.
Legal protections which allow those of limited financial means to bring legal challenges on environmental grounds in the Scottish courts are to be formalised in legislation. 06 Mar 2013
The Court of Session has called on its Rules Council to "urgently" address the difference between the market rate of interest and that applied to judicial awards. 26 Feb 2013
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