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Navigating Medical Treatment for Gender Dysphoria in Young People: Insights from the Cass Review April 2024
The Final Cass Report was published in April 2024, over three and a half years later and two years after her Interim Report was published. The purpose...
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Why group litigation is a powerful tool in ensuring women’s voices are heard
Listening to those we represent describing their lives with a failed medical product can be harrowing, but helping them access justice is a remarkable...
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Pogust Goodhead and Bingham Long announce settlement with UEFA
A full and final settlement has been reached with UEFA for the potential claims of supporters of Liverpool Football Club in connection with the 2022 Champions...
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NHS England to stop prescribing puberty blockers
Puberty supressing hormones will no longer be routinely offered as a treatment for gender dysphoria in children and adolescents according to new NHS England...
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£3 billion lawsuit filed against Vale and Samarco over the Mariana dam disaster
The worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history has triggered a £3 billion lawsuit in the courts of the Netherlands.
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The Jaguar Land Rover NOx Emissions Group Litigation
The High Court has made a Group Litigation Order in relation to a Group Action to be pursued against Jaguar Land Rover.
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Nissan Renault and Peugeot Citroën drawn into emissions cheating legal case
The High Court has confirmed Nissan Renault and Peugeot Citroën will face trial in an English Court over alleged emissions cheating.
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Court raises the bar for data breach claims - Farley v Paymaster
Claimants involved in a data breach in which their information was mailed to the wrong address, the claimants must show the recipients opened and read...
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Liz Bonnin: This isn’t a story about Brazil – it’s a story about all of us
Last week, The Guardian spoke with Liz Bonnin about Dead River. The new podcast series tells the story of the Mariana dam disaster.
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Secondary victim claims effectively barred in medical negligence cases
The Supreme Court has passed a landmark judgment setting out an approach for secondary victims claiming for psychiatric harm in a clinical negligence context.
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