2019-12-19T14:17:00+00:00By Michael Cross
Capped compensation scheme to support customers facing ’the most serious hardship’.
By John Hyde
28 October 2019By Michael Cross
Clickable logo could put practitioners in breach of data protection law, specialist practitioner claims.
28 October 2019By John Hyde
Some 29 fee-earners were made redundant last week as national firm Slater and Gordon closed its Leeds office - but that might not be the end of the matter.
2019-09-10T11:06:00+01:00By Michael Cross
Integrated claims services provider Anexo announces 60% jump in half-year profits.
23 September 2019By Malcolm Johnson
5 August 2019By Melanie Newman
When the Civil Liability Act ushers in reduced whiplash payouts and curtails legal costs for minor injuries, defence lawyers will need to raise their game alongside their claimant counterparts. Melanie Newman reports
8 July 2019By Melanie Newman
Personal injury lawyers have endured years of reform seemingly designed to kill off claims supported by legal advice. And there is more to come, reports Melanie Newman
2019-10-21T09:57:00+01:00By John Hyde
Pursuing a case against Watchstone was a costly and risky attempt to right any wrongs of the past.
2019-08-15T11:25:00+01:00By Anthony Barton
If the government is serious about saving NHS money it should look at how it pays its own lawyers.
2019-06-20T09:38:00+01:00By Mark Jackson
Claimants should be required to prove their cases, but this must be proportionate.
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