2 September 2019
View from the District Bench.
29 July 2019
29 April 2019
View from the district bench: return of a Gazette favourite.
14 March 2016
District Judge Peter Glover concludes his series on enforcement and the family court.
22 February 2016
We consider how a solicitor can be added to and removed from the court record.
1 February 2016
FPR 33 leaves district judges in a challenging position.
15 June 2015
A ‘serious procedural flaw’ denying access to legal aid.
8 June 2015
Graham Green considers the far-reaching repercussions of a parking ticket.
1 June 2015
Dealing with the complexities of Spanish property law.
11 May 2015
Merely giving an employee an opportunity to commit a wrong is not sufficient to impose vicarious liability.
13 April 2015
District Judge Graeme Smith considers an uncertain aspect of bankruptcy law.
2 March 2015
Solicitors have a duty under the Family Procedure Rules 2010 to assist the court in reducing errors.
23 February 2015
Reflecting on an important decision.
13 October 2014
A clutch of cases in which the president of the Family Division considered how to deal with unrepresented litigants.
8 September 2014
Peter Glover considers how breath-test devices can help facilitate ‘contact’ in family cases.
1 September 2014
Graeme Smith considers how financial dispute resolution could apply to chancery cases
4 August 2014
Julie Exton explains recent guidance, which has been circulated via designated family judges.
9 June 2014
A judgment deriving from an exception to the general rule on efficiency and proportionality.
19 May 2014
A district judge considers the timing of compliance with directions orders.
3 February 2014
Another look at Mitchell and the issue of sanctions.
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