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One of the UK’s largest class action claims has recently settled after three years of legal argument and rancour. The parties in the Bates v Post Office group litigation announced in early December that the claim has been settled, with the Post Office admitting “we got things wrong in our dealings with a number of postmasters”.

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Well known celebrity and TV star Noel Edmonds, presenter of Channel 4’s hit show ‘Deal or No Deal’, has reached a financial settlement with Lloyds Banking Group (‘LBG’) following a long and protracted legal action.

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A recent report from legal information providers Thomson Reuters provides an insight into the volume of Brexit-related legislation in the run up to the current (until further notice, of course..) ‘Brexit date’ of 31st October 2019. In the first six months of this year, 488 pieces of legislation were passed relating to changes in laws to cover the UK’s exit from the European Union. In comparison, only a single piece Brexit-related legislation was passed during the same period in the previous year.

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  • One of the UK’s largest class action claims has recently settled after three years of legal argument and rancour. The parties in the Bates v Post Office group litigation announced in early December that the claim has been settled, with the Post Office admitting “we got things wrong in our dealings with a number of postmasters”. A joint statement issued by both parties said that several days of ‘respectful, challenging, and ultimately successful mediation’ had successfully concluded in a ‘comprehensive resolution’ to the litigation’. The mediation was championed by Post Office CEO Nick Read, with the claim being settled for £57.75m. The statement also made clear the Post Office’s gratitude to the claimants, saying that and ‘in the past, we have fallen short and we apologise to those affected’. Commenting further on the mediated settlement, Read added: I am very pleased we... Read More