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Justice Secretary David Gauke unveils the Civil Liability Bill, offering hope of lower insurance premiums to millions of motorists 

There should be clearer guidance for Coroners, the police and the Crown Prosecution Service to prevent doctors being needlessly put through a gross negligence manslaughter investigation, the Medical Defence Union (MDU) said today (28th March 2018)

Dubai hosts the region’s largest event on forensic science and forensic medicine; Emirates International Forensic Science Conference and Exhibition, from 9-11 April 2018, at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. The 2nd edition of Emirates Forensic will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive

Cifas, the UK’s leading fraud prevention service, has released new figures showing that identity fraud has continued to rise at record levels in the first six months of 2017. A record 89,000 identity frauds were recorded, up 5% from last year. Representing over half of all fraud recorded by the UK’s not-for-profit fraud data sharing organisation, 83% of identity frauds were perpetrated online.

by Caroline Buckingham, Associate Solicitor, Moore Blatch

A spate of cases involving solicitors being penalised for their use of language in electronic media has prompted the Solicitors Regulation Authority to publish a warning over ‘offensive communications’. A 2,300-word guidance note posted on the regulator’s website today states: ’We have experienced a significant increase in the number of complaints we receive concerning inappropriate communications, specifically (but not limited to) in relation to emails and the use of social media, both inside and outside of practice.