The US Supreme Court ruled in Google’s favour in a legal battle that has endured for over ten years against Oracle over an alleged copyright infringement.
The European Parliament has voted to lift the immunity of the former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and two of his separatist health and education ministers. This decision increases the likelihood that the leaders will face extradition in Spain for sedition and misuse of public funds.
In a unanimous judgment, the Supreme Court has dismissed Uber’s appeal that its drivers are self-employed, thereby confirming that drivers have the employment status of workers. This affords Uber drivers the legal right to demand fundamental worker entitlements such as National Minimum Wage (NMW) and Holiday Pay.
The legal professional privilege which applies in email correspondence does not extend to the attachments included in those emails. This has effectively been confirmed by the Supreme Court’s refusal to grant leave to appeal in Frasers Group Plc (formerly Sports Direct International plc) v The Financial Reporting Council Ltd  EWCA Civ 177.