Paul Rogerson

Paul Rogerson

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    Opinion

    Life comes at you faster

    3 August 2020

    As everyday life screeched to a halt, the evolution of the legal profession itself accelerated.

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    Opinion

    Reed and learn

    27 July 2020

    It's three years since Lord Reed delivered a devastating rebuke to government in the Supreme Court’s judgment outlawing employment tribunal fees.

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    Opinion

    Remember Brexit?

    20 July 2020

    Chancery Lane is set to open a new front in its campaign by appealing to the EU 27 direct.

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    Opinion

    A ‘new deal’ for housing?

    13 July 2020

    Sunak’s stamp duty holiday is a welcome boost for conveyancing. But for society as a whole it is a distinctly mixed blessing.

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    Opinion

    Back in the (new) routine

    6 July 2020

    Pandemic proves that working outside normal office hours – and outside the office – need not reduce productivity.

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    Opinion

    Jury trials: apportioning guilt

    29 June 2020

    As many point out, proposal to abolish jury trials is unintended consequence of avowedly political choices.

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    Opinion

    You belong in a museum

    22 June 2020

    Is it wise for campaigners to be diverted into a culture war over the fate of embrowned masonry?

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    Opinion

    LeO’s long journey

    15 June 2020

    The beauty of the term ‘improvement journey’ lies in its elasticity.

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    Opinion

    Public relations

    8 June 2020

    In the City certain time-honoured traditions are not quite dead – or are at least not dead everywhere.

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    Opinion

    A cautionary tale

    1 June 2020

    If the demise of McMillan Williams teaches us anything, it’s the recurring lesson that it can be difficult for investors to make money out of a commoditised consumer law offer.

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    Opinion

    Honesty, the best policy

    18 May 2020

    A profession is a disciplined group of people who adhere rigorously to codes of ethics. The question is, how rigorously?

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    News

    Testing, testing

    11 May 2020

    Has the UK’s fifth-biggest accountancy firm already identified a partial route back into the office?

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    Opinion

    Disappearing High Street

    4 May 2020

    When the EU referendum was held in June 2016, the Civil Service employed fewer people than at any time since the second world war – rather unhappily, given the result.

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    Opinion

    Shutter island

    27 April 2020

    Tory MP Tom Tugendhat, son of the judge, rather unexpectedly quoted Lenin last week in a Mail article berating lawyers for aiding money launderers.

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    Opinion

    Pleading your case

    20 April 2020

    A significant number of lawyers, particularly those serving people most in need, are at risk of not being able to continue in practice because of the Covid-19 crisis.

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    Opinion

    Tough conversations

    6 April 2020

    Chancellor Rishi Sunak is having a better Covid-19 crisis than the prime minister. This is something of a turn-up, given that the Westminster commentariat had Sunak down as a Boris Johnson cipher following Sajid Javid’s noisy departure from number 11. OddsChecker tells me the 39-year-old is as short as 5/2 ...

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    Opinion

    Out of the knacker’s yard?

    30 March 2020

    Remote and agile working is certainly one for the medium-term. I speak from experience.

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    Opinion

    London first

    16 March 2020

    Capital’s pole position in cross-border dispute resolution will take some shifting.

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    News

    Get ready for AML swoops - SRA

    2020-03-13T12:33:00

    Rolling monthly programme of anti-money laundering spot checks to begin this year.

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    Opinion

    Market contagion

    9 March 2020

    Coronavirus is here. But UK government action plan unveiled a week ago had little detail to impart about business continuity in law.

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