1. Supreme Court rules in Mills v Mills: the end of a ‘meal ticket for life’?

Court of Appeal had increased periodical payments to meet wife’s annual shortfall.

2. Administrators appointed at award-winning personal injury firm

Nesbit Law Group had enjoyed a successful period in the days before fixed costs were slashed. 

3. MoJ confirms whiplash reforms delayed to April 2020

Response to committee report includes update on timetable for the Civil Liability Bill.

4. City firm slammed for ‘shameful’ berating of dead oligarch’s family

Aeroflot case has been discontined but Pinsent Mason’s behaviour called into question.

5. Ban for ‘unauthorised’ public access barrister

Nesa Ostadsaffar was not registered as a public access barrister, tribunal finds.