23 March 2015
David Green has revitalised the Serious Fraud Office but it remains under pressure to deliver convictions.
The case of Stephen and Ellen Debruin reopens the argument about whether judges’ wide discretion ends with fair results.
16 March 2015
This case serves as a fitting reminder of the need for litigating parties to proceed with caution.
9 March 2015
Council land decision ‘flawed’.
2 March 2015
The need to consider and engage in ADR.
23 February 2015
Non-delegable duty of care for local authorities in foster care – a tale of two judgments.
16 February 2015
Ostracising foreign students would only confirm that the UK is ‘closed for business’.
9 February 2015
What must a claimant show if a case of proprietary estoppel is to succeed?
The owner of a database may be able to rely on broader rights if they have no IP rights.
The singer’s recent win over Topshop isn’t necessarily good news for claimants; each case will be taken on its merits.
2 February 2015
Ambiguity over the ‘usual cost’ of fees to be paid to care service providers.
26 January 2015
Disputes related to this are often the main bar to divorcing couples resolving financial disagreements. Recent comprehensive guidance aims to help.
19 January 2015
Will we pay to stub out the tobacco brands?
Matters to consider in applications to vacate a caution entered against estate assets.
12 January 2015
How the procedure should be followed when analysing wants of repair.
Three landmark appeals being heard this week should clarify who is ‘vulnerable’ and entitled to priority rehousing by local authorities.
1 December 2014
Homelessness evictions without court order lawful.
The justice system must better represent the needs of victims.
Important changes have come in to force for cases with representation orders dated on or after 2 October 2014.
Proposed amendments to child abduction legislation will have a far-reaching impact on family law.
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