5 May 2014
A recent judgment by the Upper Tribunal in a case concerning MPs’ expenses sheds more light on this difficult issue.
28 April 2014
The new regime of strict rule compliance applies to the whole of the CPR.
14 April 2014
Those facing non-payment of rent from a tenant have a number of options.
An overview and guidance for solicitors currently dealing with the changes post- Mitchell .
Living arrangements for those with mental incapacity.
7 April 2014
Filling in the gaps in unwritten terms.
31 March 2014
A run through LASPO changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
24 March 2014
Family solicitors consider the potential implications of the Law Commission report, Matrimonial Property, Needs and Agreement .
A recent ruling in a late delivery of oil case puts the spotlight on the assessment of damages in international sale contract disputes.
17 March 2014
Executive member representations did not ‘pollute’ contentious decision.
10 March 2014
When is an employer responsible for the actions of its employees?
A recent case offers a reminder of the need to carefully consider the rules on service of the claim form.
3 March 2014
Problems can arise when taking into account bonuses earned after a couple have separated.
24 February 2014
It is not a consolidating ‘one-stop’ act for the core principles of defamation and cannot be considered in isolation.
17 February 2014
Determining a nil-rate band legacy.
10 February 2014
A council that evicted a solicitors’ firm from authority-owned offices did so as a ‘punishment’.
3 February 2014
An in-depth look at the recent important wills mix-up judgment.
What next for the country’s controversial law that would allow people to live there for a fee?
27 January 2014
When responsibility cannot be contracted out.
20 January 2014
The message is clear: court orders, rules and practice directions must be strictly complied with.
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