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Communication breakdowns could leave sporting bodies with heavy penalties

Technology can be used to enhance sporting performance and make competitions fairer, but there are also major legal risks. Bruce Ralston examines some…

Bruce Ralston
Bruce Ralston Partner
Mistake of fact does not invalidate a search warrant

The decision offers continued support to officers when applying for search warrants

John Riddell
John Riddell Partner

Family Law cases to watch 2018: Steinfield & Keidan v Secretary of State for Education

A heterosexual couple who wish to enter a civil partnership instead of getting married will take their case to the Supreme Court this year.

Meera Shinh Solicitor

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