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Tackling cyber risks

30 September 2014By Seth Berman

When it comes to cybercrime, raising awareness among staff is a key priority.

Mr Justice Mostyn

Financial remedy applications

29 September 2014By Andrew Newbury

A summary of the significant procedural developments affecting applications in the family court.

Health workers in protective suits conduct an Ebola prevention drill in Monrovia, Liberia

Ebola virus – the legal challenges

29 September 2014By Edward Hicks

The Ebola outbreak has implications for international trade. We look at the issues for ships, crews and ports.

The Dubai International Financial Centre

Commercial Court: ahead of the game

29 September 2014By Grania Langdon-Down

In the face of stiff competition from international rivals, can the Commercial Court maintain its pre-eminent position?

David Yeoward

Winning bids: don’t be brief

24 September 2014By David Yeoward

Firms do a lot right when working on bids. But by fine-tuning their processes they could transform win rates.

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Don’t milk the cash cow

29 September 2014

London needs to safeguard its status as the leading centre for international legal services.


Keeping it simple on CPD

22 September 2014

Some fear that one bureaucracy will be displaced by another.

Yes/No campaigns in Scotland

Scotland: breaking new ground

15 September 2014

Independence or further devolution would have legal consequences for England and Wales.


Cornwall's candour bodes ill

8 September 2014

Cuts will compromise council’s ‘capacity and resilience’.


Untold stories of lawyers

1 September 2014

The plight of harassed lawyers seems to be growing worse.

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Michael Cross

Etymology of execution

30 September 2014By

In reporting atrocities we try to employ the correct terminology for the sake of clarity, not political statement.

Chris Scott

The future, imperfect

29 September 2014By Chris Scott

Lawyers must not run scared of technological innovation – some law is better than none.

Joshua Rozenberg

Not right for the job?

29 September 2014By Joshua Rozenberg

Should the prime minister have given the post of lord chancellor to a non-lawyer who still harbours political ambitions?

Jonathan Goldsmith

Lucky in our master

29 September 2014By

Why are the Anglo-Saxon legal systems so different from the rest?

Rachel rothwell

Opening up funding for small claims

26 September 2014By

Some funders are turning their attention to lower-value litigation – at last.

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