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Bindmans LLP provides a wide range of legal services and has a reputation for being at the cutting edge of legal developments. Many of its lawyers are nationally recognised as experts in their fields.

Not all bad news: Supreme Court dismisses English language challenge

The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal challenging the introduction of English language requirements for partners seeking to join their family members. Ashley Fleming discusses the positives in our latest blog.

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Preventing Extremism or Promoting Discrimination?

Listen to an engaging and informative discussion about the impact of the UK Government's Counter Terrorism and Extremism policies, i.e. 'Prevent'.

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Paul Gambaccini and the bigger picture

Kate Goold, Partner at Bindmans LLP represented Paul Gambaccini during his year under Yew Tree. Kate discusses the lessons of pre-charge bail in our latest blog.

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Fracking: our future should not be for sale

Jamie Potter, Partner at Bindmans LLP discusses the recent policy on the planning process for shale gas and oil in our latest blog.

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Revenge porn - a thoroughly modern crime

Laura Higgs an associate from our Criminal Law Team discusses the Government's new legislation to tackle 'revenge porn' in our recent blog.

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Employment Law Bulletin - Summer 2015 homeslider

Our latest issue of the Employment Law Bulletin is now available. This includes sector news, insight and case law update.

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Pressure sore update: #StopTheSores

Clinical Negligence lawyer Yagmur Ekici updates us on pressure sores and why she is keen to #StopTheSores.

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Policing and Criminal Justice Bill

Bindmans LLP lawyers Kate Goold, Sara Lomri and Lana Adamou comment on the recent Policing and Criminal Justice Bill.

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To Die – or not to Die. Who decides?

A comparison between English and Canadian law on assisted dying by Saimo Chahal QC (Hon).

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Protecting Journalistic Material

Download seminar materials following our recent discussion on Protecting Journalistic Material.

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Compensation Culture - behind the Daily Mail headlines - home

“Compensation culture gone mad” or has it? Yagmur Ekici dispels the myths behind the headlines and discusses from the claimants' perspective.

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