4 July 2016
New guidance on the presence of lawyers at section 2 interviews is confrontational and likely to be counterproductive.
27 June 2016
Arbitrator bias and the International Bar Association guidelines.
20 June 2016
Changes to the law around psychoactive substances, dangerous dogs and legal aid travel costs.
13 June 2016
How a case involving Coventry City Football Club clarifies key principles underpinning effective decisions.
What can lawyers learn from the tortuous 27-year struggle for justice?
6 June 2016
In the hurly-burly of negotiation the wider perspective can be overlooked
23 May 2016
There’s more to freedom of movement than the headlines would suggest.
A novel issue surrounding the trial advocacy fee came before Coulson J in the High Court.
16 May 2016
The issue for many judges is the period over which the standard of living enjoyed during a marriage is to be maintained.
9 May 2016
Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling on childcare vouchers is at odds with the approach taken by most employers.
2 May 2016
On the face of it, the nature of conflicts of interest should be straightforward. But solicitors should be wary.
25 April 2016
How should a brand coexistence agreement, made long before the internet gained any kind of popularity, apply to global online use?
18 April 2016
The claimants said that Northumbria Police owed PC David Rathband a duty of care to warn him of the threats made by killer Raoul Moat.
11 April 2016
The method for determining whether an offer legitimately qualifies under Part 36 was recently considered in a High Court case.
4 April 2016
Data breach management and the new EU data protection regulation.
21 March 2016
The Robert Fidler case is still rumbling like a potentially active volcano.
14 March 2016
What should commercial property lawyers look out for, to make sure their drafting does not end up before a judge?
7 March 2016
The government is taking steps to address pay inequalities that still exist in UK workplaces.
The SFO faces daunting political and resourcing challenges, but it is moving in the right direction.
29 February 2016
A considered overview of offsetting pensions in financial remedy orders helps fill a gap where there is precious little guidance.
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