There are questions to be answered on where employment tribunals would sit under proposed civil justice reforms.
Government's plans would create a 1970s-style monopoly.
Northshoring will be crucial in the coming years – but can’t be built solely on price.
Appeal court clarifies that incurred costs can be attacked at first hearing.
The government should not see divorce as a profit centre.
21 March 2016
The mainland UK legal community responded slowly, but in the end honourably, to events in Dublin 100 years ago.
The truth about income isn’t always pretty – but it’s got to be told.
There is nothing in George Osborne’s announcement to help enable partners to address retirement issues.
Technology could make the title register less attractive to private buyers.
Streamlining in the Rolls Building has got off to a slow start.
Better use of existing legal provisions can alter an unjust imbalance in sentencing.
Regulators must abandon their indifferent attitude to touting for business.
The volume of criticism against the planned Solicitors Qualifying Exam cannot be ignored.
The National Audit Office’s report on the system’s efficiency is an alarming read.
Australia-listed firm is effectively being run to get its banks their money back.
A court ruling that has given claimants something to smile about? That’ll be the Dyson.
Jackson might soon get his way on discretionary budgeting, but would that feel like a giant waste?
A functional dispute resolution system should offer a variety of affordable options to all.
Why can’t the minister just admit what we all know? This was a policy pushed through at reckless speed.
Stamp duty timetable highlights more than just conveyancing concerns.
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