Deal making

Is your LLP agreement fit for purpose if deal-makers come knocking?

17 August 2018By Zulon Begum

A merger, sale or IPO should be a streamlined process approved by senior management.


Managing autistic employees and partners

15 August 2018By Jay Bhayani

Firms have a duty to make reasonable adjustments for staff with autism spectrum disorder.

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Owens fallout: a damp squib or turning point?

8 August 2018By Andrew Watson

Owens put divorce law reform high up on the agenda – now it’s time for the government to act.

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How to: File a Grievance

6 August 2018By Melanie Newman

Filing a complaint for discriminatory or unfair treatment by your employer is fraught with risks. Advice and planning can secure a positive outcome.

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Broken family

30 July 2018By

Sir Andrew McFarlane, who succeeded Sir James Munby last week, is demonstrating plenty of empathy. But practitioners filled with trepidation about the future also detect steel in his leadership.

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Time to fix the roof while the sun shines

30 July 2018By Tony Williams

Preparing your firm for a crisis.

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5 tips for going on holiday

23 July 2018By

Should lawyers on leave have a digital detox, or is it easier to relax by checking email and assuring oneself there is no crisis?

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Strength in numbers

23 July 2018By Melanie Newman

Crowdfunding is a rapidly expanding method of sourcing legal challenges. But is the cash wasted on claims that have no merit and are donors unwittingly exposing themselves to financial risk?

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Harnessing the power of the profession

23 July 2018

Law society spotlight: Chancery Lane’s Westminster Public Affairs team lobbies and campaigns to influence and innovate.

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Interrogating algorithms

23 July 2018By Joanna Goodman

How will tighter data protection regulations affect development of legal services and AI‑powered analysis tools? Law firms and counsel have to walk the talk on compliance.

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An ‘appalling vista’

11 June 2018By

A newly established group of parliamentarians aims to counter widespread indifference to allegedly wrongful convictions. Lawyers are being urged to support them.

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Swindon Combined Court

21 May 2018By

Gazette reporter John Hyde spent a day in Swindon Combined Court, read his account.

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Manchester Crown Court and CJC

21 May 2018By

Gazette reporter Max Walters spent a day in Manchester Crown Court and CJC, read his account.

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Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court

21 May 2018By

Gazette reporter Monidipa Fouzder spent a day in Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court, read her account.

Robert Kelly

Insight: Chelsea F.C. a footbridge too far

30 April 2018By

Robert Kelly of Stewart Title looks at ways in which developers can deal with potential rights of light claims.

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Insight: The benefits of private banking

30 April 2018By Alastair Hazell

In an increasingly automated world, Alastair Hazell of Hampden & Co describes how private banking can offer the benefits of a more personal service to both legal professionals and their clients.

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Insight: Timing is everything in the PII market today

5 February 2018By

Despite the end of the traditional renewal date timing still matters, says Lockton’s Brian Boehmer.

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Insight: Will Parliament draw a line under boundary disputes?

29 January 2018By

New bill could resolve expensive problem, says Stewart Title’s Robert Kelly

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