Activists win damages against City police for false imprisonment

Protesters from Space Hijackers, which campaigns on public space issues, awarded up to £7,000 each after prosecutors drop case

Let lawyers help with Brexit, Law Society urges PM

The Law Society has called on new prime minister Theresa May, as the country prepares to leave the European Union

Tribunal fees and access to justice

Since July 2013, it has been necessary to pay a fee to bring a claim in the employment tribunal.

CLAF revived to support access to justice

A proposal to support access to justice through a pooled fund financed by money derived from civil damages has been revived in earnest.

Uber loses right to classify UK drivers as self-employed

Landmark employment tribunal ruling states firm must also pay drivers national living wage and holiday pay with huge implications for gig economy

UK ready for bitcoin class action

Hundreds of people to join a class action against Mt. Gox, the world's biggest marketplace for the digital currency bitcoin before its abrupt collapse

Possible Manipulation of gold and silver prices, Proposed Class Action

Six well-known financial services groups combined together to manipulate the outcome of the London Gold Fixing between about 2004 and 2014

Antitrust, Nespresso against environmentally friendly and cheaper capsules

Nespresso developed and added to its machines a harpoon-like mechanism that snagged environmentally friendly and cheaper capsules

Smartphone memory capacity, class action admitted

With a historic decision, the Court of Milan already said yes to the legal action. Now it's time for UK to move next!