Jackson LJ sees the controversy generated by his civil justice reforms as a mark of their success – and there is more to come. But has the legal profession really adjusted to the new economics of costs?
I attended the launch of a report calling for the establishment of a financial services tribunal to provide redress for SMEs ill-treated by their banks.
Theresa May was preparing to convene her warring cabinet at Chequers for crucial talks on a final Brexit strategy as the Gazette went to press.
Research shows that two out of three cohabiting couples wrongly believe ‘common law marriage’ laws come into play when dividing up their finances.
The Supreme Court judgment will garner much attention - but we should be wary of giving wider significance.
Examining the impact of the white paper on the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
I was a commercial property associate at a biggish regional firm when I took a career break to start a family. That was six years ago. Have you got any advice about getting back into a legal career?
In a 122-page judgment published last week, the SDT outlined its findings against the ‘manipulative’ Alexis Maitland Hudson.