Leaving the EU would lead to more work for firms, but Law Society event highlights disagreement on other impacts.
How should a brand coexistence agreement, made long before the internet gained any kind of popularity, apply to global online use?
The claimants said that Northumbria Police owed PC David Rathband a duty of care to warn him of the threats made by killer Raoul Moat.
The method for determining whether an offer legitimately qualifies under Part 36 was recently considered in a High Court case.
The European Court of Human Rights dismissed the applicant’s complaint that the decision not to prosecute any individuals in respect of the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes by police officers following terror attacks in London was in breach of the procedural aspect of article 2 of the European convention.
The Chancery Division made preliminary rulings in a case brought by Streetmap against Google Inc, alleging that Google had abused a dominant position in its provision of the Google Maps service.
'Unnecessary' consultation could lead to duplicate guidance, Chancery Lane says.
Revamped code of conduct and handbook will not be published before spring 2017.
To what extent are any of the leaked documents covered by LPP?
The lord chief justice is correct to lament the enormous quantity of personal data that we all keep on our telephones.
News that solicitors are acting as McKenzie friends will fuel the debate over unqualified advisers.
After decades of denying that Brussels creates very much law, the ‘in’ campaign has changed its tune.
Law Commission proposes new formula for dealing with registration fraud.
'All core functions’ to be outsourced as early as next year, but Land Register set to remain in public hands.
Court of Appeal upholds challenge to case being transferred to the small-claims track.
'The judge could not properly have deprived the claimant of her costs,’ says Court of Appeal.