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Curbing mischievous complaints

27 October 2014By David Kirwan

Time limits and fees could weed out unjustified complaints and ensure they are not used simply as a tactic to avoid payment.

Coroners’ court disparity

27 October 2014By John Spencer

Refusal to allow legal aid for inquests creates an unlevel playing field.

On the bus to Poland

27 October 2014By Tony Roe

It is heartening to see such a dynamic legal market in Poland – hopefully our books helped.

Taxing question

27 October 2014By Michael Stannard

The tax collectors benefited from a recent inheritance judgment.

Pay delay

27 October 2014By Stanley Jacobs

Delay in receiving Lender Exchange VAT invoice is unacceptable.

Grayling: abdication of responsibility

20 October 2014By Richard Edwards

The lord chancellor deserves censure for his failure to make a decision on how the discount rate should be set under the Damages Act 1996.

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