Regulator says it is working with government to ensure transition period runs as smoothly as possible.
Many multinationals are ‘self-perpetuating oligarchies determining their own rewards’, former justice secretary tells global lawyers.
The detention of immigrants’ children has become presidential policy. Is the UK immune or could it soon follow the US?
Mere notification of intention to withdraw from the EU not an ‘exeptional circumstance’, Court of Justice rules.
The government's contingency plans aim to provide as much continuity and certainty as possible, explains justice minister Lucy Frazer.
Ministry of Justice issues guidance on civil legal cases involving EU member states.
Can London cling on to its pre-eminence in high-value dispute resolution? Solicitors are cautiously optimistic.
Latest economic forecast predicts that WTO scenario would halve legal sector growth.