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Design, intrapreneurs and incubators

23 April 2018By Joanna Goodman

Law firms can apply classic product design principles to legal issues

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White collar crime - David Green: an appreciation

23 April 2018By Elly Proudlock, Oliver Beeley

Departed SFO director put the much-maligned agency back on track. So what of its future?

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QOCS transitional provisions

23 April 2018By Masood Ahmed

Important questions concerning the interpretation and application of the provisions under the qualified one-way costs shifting (QOCS) regime (CPR 44.130-44.17) came before the Court of Appeal in Jacob Corstorphine v Liverpool City Council [2018] EWCA Civ 270 (Sir Geoffrey Vos PQBD and Hamblen LJ).


SDT: Jonathan Jacobs

23 April 2018

The SDT granted Jacobs his application to remove the restriction on his PC.


SDT: Susan Carol Marziano

23 April 2018

The SDT ordered that Marziano should pay a fine of £20,000.

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Hostile takeover

23 April 2018

Windrush debacle highlights dysfunctional immigration system.

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Qualified successes

16 April 2018

Managing partners need to beware.

London city women

Pay expectations gap

9 April 2018

Omitting partners on the grounds that they are owners was always going to look bad.

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The City seeks ‘Goldilocks’ solution on post-Brexit disputes

25 April 2018By

The number of disputes must be just right for the the trade in financial services to thrive post-Brexit.

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TV REVIEW: BBC One's The Split

24 April 2018By

The Beeb's six-part drama is set in London's glossy divorce circuit.

Jonathan Goldsmith

Our future in the information age

23 April 2018By

EU data-sharing sounds like a dry subject but it goes to the heart of law enforcement and human rights.

Lucie Clinch

Who’s in control?

23 April 2018By Lucie Clinch

Driverless vehicles will give rise to intriguing liability disputes.

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News focus: Siege mentality at APIL conference

23 April 2018By

APIL’s conference did little to dispel the perception of a personal injury sector perpetually in crisis, and the Civil Liability Bill will pile more pressure on beleaguered practitioners.

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How to: identify a mentor

16 April 2018By

Finding someone to offer sage advice and guide you through your career can be invaluable.

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Get ready for GDPR - 25 May

The clock is ticking...



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