Campaigners for reform claim calculation shows definitive figure.
Non-delegable duty of care for local authorities in foster care – a tale of two judgments.
Ostracising foreign students would only confirm that the UK is ‘closed for business’.
The owner of a database may be able to rely on broader rights if they have no IP rights.
Prisoners complained that they were prevented from voting in elections, relying on article 3 of the first protocol to the European Convention on Human Rights. The European Court of Human Rights, in allowing the application, held that there had been a violation of article 3, given that the impugned legislation remained unamended after the court’s decision in Greens v United Kingdom .
G-Star brought proceedings against the defendants, alleging that they had been involved in alleged infringement in the UK unregistered design rights in the design of a pair of jeans.
The defendant disputed the costs that related to the period when the claimant had been acting through a deputy appointed on her behalf.
Former DAC Beachcroft employee rebuked for misleading clients.
LSB calls on regulators either to justify restrictions on in-house lawyers or get rid of them.
Could the apparent lack of Tory commitment to a UK bill of rights spell the end for Chris Grayling?
Government plans to greatly increase court fees in order to generate extra revenue will compromise justice and harm consumers.
The City is sometimes seen as a symbol of greed, so we decided to send a strong message.
The Treasury has been tasked with implementing the EU mortgage credit directive by March 2016.
High Court describes as ‘wishful thinking’ allegations that Yorkshire firm removed or destroyed key documents.
Company that bought NewLaw last year has further expansion plans.
‘A lawyer-driven ecstasy of namby-pambyness.’ Mayor of London justifies his headline billing by remaining entirely in character.