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Cases to look out for in 2017 - the UK

James Nurton, London


In the first of a series of articles looking at trials and judgments scheduled for this year, we profile the Brexit, Eli Lilly v Actavis and Glee cases among others

UK Supreme CourtUK Supreme CourtAll eyes will be on the UK Supreme Court this month, with the 11 judges due to give their judgment in the Brexit case brought by Gina Miller (and others). The main question is whether the...


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