19 November 2018
The legal profession’s culture of bullying is worsening.
5 November 2018
Confidentiality clauses are vital to the public policy aim of encouraging parties to settle disputes without recourse to the courts.
Civil claims for a fatality have the potential to slip through the net of access to justice.
In conveyancing, you get what you pay for.
29 October 2018
Lawyers have a role to play in informing public debate over banning non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).
The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme recently reported on a new warning scheme being used by police forces in England and Wales.
A collection of readers’ letters published this week.
22 October 2018
Authorities are working to reduce recoverable costs, not actual costs, and this is only making litigation less cost-effective.
A reminder that anything can happen in the courtroom.
Requisitions: who’s wasting whose time?
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