Government announces further changes to Online Safety Bill

Online Safety Bill

The government announced on Thursday its amendments to the Online Safety Bill, which include tougher and quicker criminal sanctions for tech bosses and new criminal offences for falsifying and destroying data. The Bill aims to tackle a range of harmful online content in an effort to bring internet users a “safer online environment”. The government […]

ALEP awards new honorary membership to three barristers 

ALEP awards new honorary membership to three barristers 

The Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP) has awarded three new Honorary Memberships in recognition of contributions to the debate around leasehold enfranchisement and reform.  Barristers Tamsin Cox and Anthony Radevsky of Falcon Chambers and Justin Bates of Landmark Chambers have become the Association’s first ever Honorary Members. Mark Chick, ALEP Director, said: “As an […]