2 November 2015
Apparent bias remains a serious risk to local government decisions, as some recent judgments show.
26 October 2015
The 2015 statutory onslaught on criminal lawyers continued through the summer. What do the changes mean?
19 October 2015
The legal principles on striking out a claim on the grounds of the claimant’s alleged abusive or fraudulent conduct.
12 October 2015
Regulators are under pressure to justify restrictions on municipal entrepreneurialism.
Buyers discovering information about development after exchanging contracts.
5 October 2015
A recent case provides clarification on issues parties may face when seeking approval of costs budgets.
Did the Charity Commission overstep its powers when pressuring two charities to make a funding promise?
28 September 2015
How copyright is affected by format-shifting and storage of files in the cloud.
Practical overview of changes in the operation of the family court.
21 September 2015
Privacy injunction attempts by the rich and famous – and public perceptions.
A recent probate dispute offers clarity on how solicitors should comply with the ‘golden rule’.
14 September 2015
New offences, including those related to improper use of police powers, private sexual photographs and juries.
7 September 2015
Blood-feuds are not limited to families in Italy, as some recent judgments illustrate.
A Commercial Court judgment on an SRA clause relating to liability limits in PII claims could affect solicitors and insurers alike.
3 August 2015
Diving injuries – duties owed to military personnel outside their ‘employment’
27 July 2015
How can a court exercise its discretion and revisit its judgment in the light of a new point?
20 July 2015
Conservative plans to further reduce non-EU migration put party before country.
13 July 2015
The 2015 act brought into effect a number of provisions on 3 May and 1 June. We look at the changes relating to, among other things, property and child protection.
Are employment tribunal fees making it practically impossible or excessively difficult to exercise rights under European Union law?
6 July 2015
Liverpool mayor fails to overturn tribunal finding relating to outside employment.
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