Problems in the cross-border insurance market will continue as long as member states’ legal systems differ.
Losses are disastrous for the ABS pioneer, which is now hamstrung by a toxic brand.
The removal of the £2m-plus cases costs management exemption will ultimately lead to clarity for both solicitors and clients.
No commemoration of 1914 can overlook the most influential solicitor of all time.
Could arbitration really be used in personal injury, or is this more of a message to the judges?
Our understanding of ‘deprivation of liberty’ has been redefined, with implications for policy-makers and the law.
The annulment of an EU data retention directive has implications for the government – and lawyers.
With unique pressures shaping the profession, maybe we should have our own calendar.
Council legal departments are buzzing with survival strategies in the face of continued cuts.
The SRA’s approach to regulatory settlement agreements places firms between a rock and a hard place.
Is the best way to stop this annual hoopla to give the client a choice?
It is not the aim of the Law Society or Muslims to promote a dual legal system.
The family justice system is being reformed with the welfare of children at its heart.
The Law Commission's proposal to publish reporting restrictions is overdue and welcome.
Human rights campaigns should not depend on cost-benefits analyses – but they can come in handy.
In the interests of democracy we need a full public debate on the new EU-US trade agreement.
Encryption, practice management and Google Glass were the hot topics at a recent IT forum.