Will Overseas Production Orders shake up international fraud investigations in 2019?
The Court of Appeal was right to back public interest journalism.
Can consumer rights laws back up tenants seeking lease extensions from landlords? The question divided the Court of Appeal.
Court of Appeal judgment in Trillium (Prime) Property GP Limited v Elmfield Road Limited [HC] 2018 335.
On 5 September the Court of Appeal handed down an important judgment on both legal advice privilege and litigation privilege. We will summarise the background to the case, the approach of the first instance judge, the contrasting approach of the Court of Appeal, and finally offer some thoughts about where ...
Safeguarding is the action that is taken to promote the welfare of children or adults at risk and protect them from harm.
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  EWCA Civ 270 (Sir Geoffrey Vos PQBD and Hamblen LJ).
Nicholas Dobson says for local authorities that previously had seen their functional creativity significantly curtailed, the GPC in the Localism Act 2011 promised a brave new world.
The disclosure of relevant documents during the litigation process has been a longstanding and distinctive feature of English civil procedure. However, standard disclosure under the Civil Procedure Rules does not give rise to ‘perfect justice’.
The case H (A Child: Hair Strand Testing) 2017 EWFC 64 concerned care proceedings to determine whether H, an eight-month-old removed at birth and then returned to the mother under supervision, should remain in her mother’s care, given a history of drug abuse and the presentation of a positive drug ...