2020-10-27T09:46:00+00:00By David Emmerson
Increasing feature with separating couples is the charge that, typically, the man is a narcissist and the mother is alienating the children from the father. Is it always the reality?
26 October 2020By Steven Barrett
2020-10-21T15:00:00+01:00By Faith Kelly
An industry not always considered a technological leader within the economy has had to adopt new tech in order to survive.
19 October 2020By Patrick Wheeler,
2020-09-16T13:57:00+01:00By Giles Parsons
What use by AI of a copyright work should be allowed?
14 SeptemberBy Rebecca Niblock,
In July 2019 the High Court found in favour of Royal Bank of Scotland in N v RBS, which was brought by a former customer seeking damages flowing from what it said were unlawful actions taken by RBS.
2020-08-26T08:35:00+01:00By Sergei Ostrovsky
Top cross-border transactional trends and legal developments in post-Covid Ukraine.
2020-08-20T12:20:00+01:00By Kate Bex QC
We have known for many years the lessons to be learned, but struggle to put them into practice.
3 August 2020By Claire Morel de Westgaver
Execution of a search order involves an invasive element of 'close contact'. In the current climate, how can one operate?
27 July 2020By Nikki Edwards
2020-07-22T10:53:00+01:00By Nicholas Bevan
Management and supervision of remote will executions should be made a reserved activity.
20 July 2020By Jolyon Maugham QC
By Gazette reporter
2020-07-17T09:45:00+01:00By Kieran Bowe,
Lockdown has made it hard for personal representatives to administer estates within a reasonable period of time.
29 June 2020By Simon Davis
A new Law Society initiative as the Covid-19 crisis abates.
29 June 2020By Peter FitzGerald,
Bribery and corruption.
15 June 2020By Tom Snelling,
2020-06-11T11:06:00+01:00By Naomi Angell
With Covid-19 restrictions and borders locked, families are not able to travel to collect their babies born by international surrogacy.
8 June 2020By Caroline Field
For many years, partnership advisers have questioned the applicability to LLP members of the general principle in Bridge v Deacons  that onerous restrictive covenants are more likely to be enforceable against partners.
2020-06-02T14:13:00+01:00By Mea North
New legislation waters down crucial care obligations set out in Care Act 2014.
1 June 2020
1 June 2020By Ian Bond
End of life planning.
2020-05-19T15:00:00+01:00By Paul Bennett
Practical tips to help law firm leaders alleviate client concerns whilst ensuring productivity is maintained.
18 May 2020
'Same race' policy is an impossible aspiration in adoption placement.
2020-05-15T10:32:00+01:00By Anna Denton-Jones
Employees will be returning to a very different workplace from the one they left. People will need to know what to expect.
2020-05-13T10:39:00+01:00By Ian Bond,
Common queries answered about inheritance tax relief for ‘blue light’ workers.
2020-05-11T14:17:00+01:00By Max Winthrop
Common queries facing employment solicitors during the Covid-19 outbreak.
11 May 2020By Iain Miller
Risk and compliance.
11 May 2020By Hannah Laming
11 May 2020By Richard Langley
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