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Independent Inquiry Into Child Sex Abuse

Posted on: October 21, 2016

Uppal Taylor has been appointed as legal representative for a number of core participants in the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). This part of the Inquiry relates to accountability and reparation for victims of sexual abuse in North Wales. It will examine the adequacies of the Civil Court Process, the CICA (criminal injuries which are available to victims…

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Law Society’s LSC Challenge Wins!

Posted on: October 1, 2010

The Queen on the Application of the Law Society of England and Wales – v – The Legal Services Commission; Case No: CO/9207/10; 30 September 2010. The Law Society has been successful in its High Court challenge to the Legal Services Commission’s family tender process. The Law Society, the representative body for solicitors in England and Wales, brought Judicial Review…

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Vatican’s New Guidance in Sex Abuse Case

Posted on: July 15, 2010

New instructions have been issued by the Vatican in order to speed up the “most urgent” cases of sexual abuse committed by Priests. These new rules follow a series of abuse scandals at the Church. The new rules extend the time the Church can take action against anyone who has abused a minor to 20 years following the victims 18th…

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COVID-19 update

At Uppal Taylor Solicitors the safety of our staff, clients and those we work with are of paramount importance.

Our solicitors remain operational through secure remote working, but there are administrative staff shortages. This means that there may be a delay in responding to emails or calls, and some work may take longer than originally planned.

We are following government advice in respect of Covid-19. As a precaution, until further notice,

We will not be holding any face to face meetings. Any planned meetings will take place via telephone or, technology permitting, video conferencing.

Please do not visit the Office. We will be unable to meet with you.

Any Court Hearings are going ahead as planned. Your Solicitor will follow government advice on preventing the spread of Covid-19 and you will be requested to do the same. We will not shake hands and will keep the exchange of papers to a minimum.

Any documentation should be sent to us electronically via email instead of post.

Thank you for your assistance and understanding at this difficult time.

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