5 November 2018
In conveyancing, you get what you pay for.
Confidentiality clauses are vital to the public policy aim of encouraging parties to settle disputes without recourse to the courts.
Civil claims for a fatality have the potential to slip through the net of access to justice.
29 October 2018
Lawyers have a role to play in informing public debate over banning non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).
The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme recently reported on a new warning scheme being used by police forces in England and Wales.
A collection of readers’ letters published this week.
22 October 2018
Requisitions: who’s wasting whose time?
A reminder that anything can happen in the courtroom.
Authorities are working to reduce recoverable costs, not actual costs, and this is only making litigation less cost-effective.
Tackling the ’So what do you do?’ question at a party doesn’t have to be tricky.
15 October 2018
Solicitor members of SDT jealously guard reputation of the profession.
As J Howard Shelley observes, costs are absurdly complex.
NHS Resolution has the opportunity to make representations over all costs budgets.
Profession needs to be aware that ability trumps background.
1 October 2018
Time to simplify absurdity of costs arrangements.
Encourage those who come to the bar as a second career.
Savings from Civil Liability Bill won’t be passed on by insurers any time soon.
17 September 2018
I am currently confronted by what appears to be an intractable problem regarding the creation of a trustee bank account.
Why should an umarried couple be awarded all of the benefits and protection that comes with being married?
The Court of Appeal’s judgment in SFO v ENRC has been strongly welcomed by our major corporate clients.
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