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Jonathan pearce

Sleep-ins and the national minimum wage

15 October 2018By Jonathan Pearce

Supreme Court bid for permission to appeal Mencap decision.

Law Society round table - 15 Oct 2018

A smaller IT revolution

15 October 2018By Joanna Goodman

Weighing up the pros and cons of a particular practice management system is one of the most critical decisions a small firm can make. Yet despite the benefits, a dearth of IT resources can make implementing such a system challenging, reports Joanna Goodman

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Natural resource

15 October 2018By Jonthan Rayner

Blessed with vast resources of oil and natural gas, west Africa is a magnet for international projects worth billions. With patience, UK law firms can get a slice of the action too, reports Jonathan Rayner

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ADR dialogue and costs

15 October 2018By Masood Ahmed

Dispute resolution

Louise freeman

Multilateral interchange fees

15 October 2018By Louise Freeman, Elaine Whiteford

Competition law

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Paul rogerson

Defending the rule of law

15 October 2018By

IBA’s public education campaign highlighting the significance of the rule of law should be promoted by national bars.

Paul rogerson

Labour's share plan needs work

1 October 2018By

Notion of workers having more say enjoys broad support, but Labour’s employee ownership plans would prove a real headache for City law firms.

Paul rogerson

Platform alteration

24 September 2018By

Old media are still coming to terms with the effect tech giants are having on freedom of expression and privacy.

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Jonathan Goldsmith

CJEU dragged into political disputes

15 October 2018By

Courts in Poland and Hungary have come under the scrutiny of the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Joshua Rozenberg

Lecture theatre

15 October 2018By Joshua Rozenberg

Will Lord Sumption’s Reith lectures be aimed at Lord Hoffmann?

John Hyde

Let's be honest - some bits of the PI industry are rotten

12 October 2018By

Claimants already feel baffled by a process that appears to treat them as a commodity.

Beth hale

Judgment in 'gay cake' case

10 October 2018By Beth Hale

Why was it okay for bakers to decline order?

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