Dealing with accusations that one parent has ‘turned’ the mind of a child against the other.
Master Peter Haworth hopes e-bills will be introduced to lessen the workload of the Senior Courts Costs Office, but this won’t be any time soon.
A combination of modified legal weapons and various innovative service methods made for a groundbreaking judgment in a banking fraud case earlier this year.
The ‘7P’ process
Many are beginning to question whether, in commercial disputes, the benefits of oral witness evidence are really proportionate to the time and cost incurred.
The arrests of six men for burning an effigy of the Grenfell Tower has pushed the issue of clarity between public and private expression back into the spotlight.
What is the current state of play following plans announced two years ago to improve the courts and tribunals system?
Solicitors point out that every residential conveyancing transaction is different – so how to deal with ‘price transparency’ requirements that assume the service is commoditised?
One of the first decisions a victim of fraud will have to make – often at a very distressing time and before all the facts are known – is whether they should make a criminal complaint to the authorities or pursue their own civil remedy.
Individuals who go to court without a lawyer can jeopardise their right to a fair trial.
Quantifying diminution of value as a form of damages poses problems for litigators and the courts.
The ‘7P’ process
Some pitfalls to watch out for for those active on social media.
A merger, sale or IPO should be a streamlined process approved by senior management.
Firms have a duty to make reasonable adjustments for staff with autism spectrum disorder.
Owens put divorce law reform high up on the agenda – now it’s time for the government to act.
GDPR is now likely to affect more attorneys/deputies than previously.
The annual Law Management Section conference looked at how law firms must face up to the future – or fall behind.
Departed SFO director put the much-maligned agency back on track. So what of its future?
Tony Guise discusses the CJC review of alternative dispute resolution.
Conveyancers undertaking property transactions in Wales will soon be subject to a new Welsh tax.
The Shorter Trials Scheme deserves to become a routine feature of dispute resolution.
Tenants and good landlords are being let down by a lack of effective enforcement.
It’s time the law caught up with the social shift toward cohabitation.
The ‘tripadvisorisation’ of the legal profession raises important regulatory considerations.
It would appear to be the first occasion where victims have been granted leave for judicial review.
New and innovative products are establishing third-party funding as a staple of the UK claims market – other jurisdictions will follow
UK solicitors are increasingly advising clients doing business in the US.
A charitable trust at the Rolls Building is teaching young and disadvantaged people about commercial law through art and outreach work
Luke Watson has four predictions about the outcome of the Law Commission’s review on wills.
Jessica Parker discusses the reasons behind disclosure failures in criminal proceedings in light of the Liam Allan case.