8 September 2014
Secret and half-secret trusts
Principles to be applied when construing wills.
1 September 2014
Disclosure of information about children, pursuant to a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FoI), is always a difficult issue and the natural reaction of public authorities is to err on the side of caution.
4 August 2014
Localism Act complicates service consultation.
28 July 2014
What is the impact on lawyers of recent cases following changes to the 1998 Competition Act?
A recent decision provides support for the validity of so-called escalation clauses.
21 July 2014
The death of Brian Dalrymple highlights care shortcomings.
Legislation heading to the Lords should open up new possibilities for disabled people who are the beneficiaries of wills.
14 July 2014
The unauthorised digital dissemination of intimate photos and videos is a misuse of information but the legal remedies are varied or in their infancy.
An in-depth analysis of the Court of Appeal’s revised guidance on relief from sanction.
The retention and disclosure of data represents a continuing threat to privacy if it is accidentally disseminated or misused.
7 July 2014
LLP members should be considered ‘workers’ for the purposes of auto-enrolment legislation.
30 June 2014
Public sector equality duty and soup kitchen closure.
23 June 2014
Emma Jarvis on how the Supreme Court has brought management receivership orders back from the brink.
16 June 2014
Does Chartwell correct the perceived imbalances of Mitchell?
9 June 2014
A recent decision should herald an increase in the use of legal services orders.
2 June 2014
Changes most relevant to business immigration and which affect new applications.
How does a Court of Protection judgment affect the media’s potential role in welfare proceedings?
19 May 2014
We look at an example of a misunderstanding of the purpose of a precedent following Lords’ decisions on interpretation.
12 May 2014
Zero-hours contracts are being demonised but the debate is a complex one.
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