2 September 2019
View from the District Bench.
29 July 2019
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.
27 January 2014
An in-depth look at the complexities of residential possession claims.
Copyright © 2021 The Law Society
Site powered by Webvision Cloud