Definitive guidelines from Sentencing Council aim to foster ‘standard approach’ to sentencing.
A recent case provides clarification on issues parties may face when seeking approval of costs budgets.
Did the Charity Commission overstep its powers when pressuring two charities to make a funding promise?
How copyright is affected by format-shifting and storage of files in the cloud.
Ahtiq Raja fined £600 for conduct likely to ‘diminish trust’ in the profession.
Sir Andrew Burns urges barristers to respond with ‘robustness and creativity’ to the many challenges it faces.
Lord chancellor’s party conference speech made no mention of a bill of rights – but watch this space.
For the first stage of the Society programme we decided to prioritise our efforts.
Continuing professional development training has been a farce for many years. That will not change.
Firm that took on Barnetts’ personal injury book was not successfully assigned CFA.
Claims of up to £250,000 could be subject to a fee cap under plans being considered by the Department of Heath.