Justice secretary Michael Gove announced decision in response to urgent question in the House of Commons.
Regulators are under pressure to justify restrictions on municipal entrepreneurialism.
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?
Planned changes will allow barristers to contract services through agencies or corporate vehicles.
Former chief legal ombudsman denies being dismissed.
Courts estate is set to be brutally pared – and the poorest will suffer.
The cumbersome regime imposed on solicitors to tackle money laundering is not working. The evidence is in sky-high house prices.
An essential guide to the special requirements for clinical negligence claims.
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.