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Needs of children more important than nuptial agreements
High Court refuses to leave heiress in 'relative luxury' and husband in 'relative...
Marriage is a calculated risk, so why not have a divorce calculator?
Law Commission proposes litigant-friendly divorce reforms
Playing the big business game: Innovation in the regions
Regional firms are alive to the challenges facing the legal sector and have crafted services with the consumer in mind...
Obligations for pre-contract searches and enquiries
Belinda Walkinshaw discusses the liability of solicitors, sellers, and local authorities for inaccurate replies, the...
Where there's a will...
… there's a minefield of potential legal problems, which is why one should rely on a solicitor instead of an...
Judicial review in austerity
Huw Williams considers the approaches of applicants and local authorities to judicial review, and the compatibility of...
Social media misconduct
Although the EAT has not yet provided guidance on dealing with social media-related conduct issues, there are some...
Hiked court fees: Confusion, waivers, opportunism
Chris Neale considers three instances within three months involving
the newly hiked court fees
When is the decision to switch funding reasonable?
Sue Nash considers the outcomes of cases in which the claimant's solicitors changed from legal aid funding to a...
Erroneous decision making by officers of the law
Claire Hegarty and Irene McMillan discuss an ongoing consultation on PACE code E, judicial review of arrests, and an...
Fundraising regulator: a new dawn for the third sector
Charities are on the right path amid ongoing reforms, writes Matt Rogers
Dawn of a new retention rate?
North West firms’ take-up of apprenticeships shows an appetite for change in legal...
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