Case, decided in favour of the claimants in the High Court, has set off alarm bells among the professions, particularly as there was no contract involved.
Open justice was a casualty of 9/11. Now the British government has enlisted the judiciary in a shocking cover-up.
A recent case raised important questions about the free movement of legal services.
Too many women are jailed – we need a radical new approach to criminal justice.
Judgment finally lays to rest this extraordinarily long-running litigation saga.
Law firms slow to embrace employee ownership schemes are missing a trick.
I was apprehensive about settlement conferences for public law cases, but a pilot scheme in Devon has made me rethink.
The Supreme Court allowed an appeal by the defendant charities and held that a judge’s award to the claimant of a lump sum following the death of her mother, in circumstances where the mother had excluded the claimant in her will and left her estate to various charities, had been ...
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What feels most fresh and relevant in this collection is the articulation of a more radical approach to equality law and, indeed, to the practice of law itself.
As a reference work the many sub-headings, lists of cases and legislative instruments (and an extensive index) make the work easily navigable.
Peter Roberts has produced a valuable contribution to Lex Petrolea
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