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New Notification: Overruled cases

New Notification: Overruled cases

Posted by justis1 | 28 July 2017

When you are looking at a case, it’s vital to know how it has been subsequently treated in other decisions – especially if it has been overruled. On JustisOne, we have added a new notification that tells you when a case has been overruled and the year this occurred. This will be displayed as soon as you open a case.

 

The notifications on JustisOne are designed to show you the most important information first.  Another example of this is the notification that tells you when a case has been heard in a higher court. As displayed in the case R (W) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis 2006 (shown below), this includes the courts within the domestic jurisdiction as well as when a case has been heard by the ECJ or ECHR:

 

To see all the new features in action, register for a training webinar; our free online series providing everything you need to know for your legal research using JustisOne.

 

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