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Vizlegal in push to publish all England and Wales judgments
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05 Mar 2020 / technology Print

Vizlegal in push to publish all UK judgments

Vizlegal has added 56,000 searchable employment decisions from England, Wales and Scotland to its platform.

The site will soon add historic Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) decisions to its existing Workplace Relations Commission, Labour Court, EAT and Employment Tribunal coverage.

Interface updates also mean subscribers can choose to read PDF decisions as text or HTML.

Automated court dates

A new calendar feature will also allow customers to automate court dates – including alerts for all upcoming dates, at either firm or individual practitioner level.

The Dublin 8-based start-up is also in talks about publishing judgments from the England and Wales jurisdiction.

“We think there are huge opportunities in improving this data,” says Vizlegal founder Gavin Sheridan.

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