Decision will help keeper of Queen's archives resolve questions of copyright.
Practitioner groups say lack of reciprocal agreement will create unfair outcomes for families.
Institute of Legacy Management says proposals regarding electronic wills may need ‘whole new consultation’.
Unmanageable government requests cause misery for the bereaved.
Supreme Court reverses decision of the Court of Appeal, deciding that a local authority could be vicariously liable for torts committed by foster carers against children in local authority care.
Lawyers will need to pay close attention to local authority contracts with independent fostering agencies.
Father loses damages claim after former partner faked consent for baby to receive IVF treatment.
To deny the seriously injured the right to choose private treatment would grossly undermine the most important aim of compensation
I suppose it rarely crosses the minds of property or commercial lawyers that they may create enmities sufficient to provoke violence. For criminal lawyers, there is the reassurance that they are on the side of those who might harbour and carry out violent acts.