There are few cases so iconic that lawyers remember the names long after university or law school. One is Tulk v Moxhay , the case on the restrictive covenants which have prevented building on Leicester Square. The date of that case demonstrates that well-drafted restrictive covenants on land are an ...
Can the referring party withdraw a dispute from adjudication and subsequently refer the same dispute to a second adjudication?
For the Parole Board to have its vital independence of decision-making diluted would be bad news for our handling of offender rehabilitation.
I am sure that John Greenwood (Gazette, 20 November) is by no means the only solicitor to have suffered at the hands of a disappointed opponent.