The European Commission's response to the deterioration of the rule of law in Poland is an attempt to protect us all.
If the EU gets its way we will be jumping from the control of one court to another on leaving the union.
Leading IT companies sidestep potential legal liabilities arising from online hate speech. What should we do about it?
Far less cooperation with the EU in criminal matters is likely to be one consequence of Brexit. This is not in our national interest.
In France, European Lawyers Day will be met with another move to help the profession and clients cope with ‘Uberisation’.
How can you stay ahead of a fast-moving, intimidatingly vast and complicated subject area?
28 November 2016
Brexit is unlikely to entail a ‘quickie divorce’. Here’s why.
The European Commission regards lawyer-client confidentiality as unimportant: it is incumbent on the profession to defend it.
Lawyers must stand up to the new revolutionaries and stress that procedures take priority over outcomes.
The Brexit revolution needs to find its friends where it can.
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