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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
Made to measure: collecting and providing meaningful management information
Regular, relevant and digestible management information allows law firm leaders not just to assess how well their...
Regulation: be careful what you wish for
The Law Society's dwindling influence over the SRA could result in the regulator becoming a separate entity mainly...
The LLM: do not underestimate the value of developing expertise
Achieving an LLM qualification provides the opportunity to stand out from the crowd, says Simon Boyes
Commercial property update
Landlords should ensure that rent accruing during an administrator's occupation is recovered as an expense to...
Tread carefully and help clients see the potential CGT on second homes
Property tax rules coming into force in April could be traps for the unwary, says John Bunker
Seeking agreement on prenups
Making zero provision for a party in a pre-nuptial agreement is a dangerous path to tread, says Julia Thackray
Local government update: new legal services models
The future of local government legal services is already happening and could have a significant effect on the wider...
Product development and technology transfer
Collaboration and planning ahead is the key to successfully bringing an idea to market, says Jonathan Silverman
Damages-based agreements – usable with care? Part II
Damages-based agreements if they are to be used at all require careful consideration of a large number of issues. In...
Disposing of claims: final orders, please
Tomlin orders should be used sparingly, as District Judge Harold Godwin explains
What 2014 has in store for property lawyers
Do we need a Hippocratic oath for solicitors?
A single 'statement of competence' could have significant symbolic value as long as it doesn't lead...
What Magna Carta legacy?
It took this government less than 12 months to wipe out 800 years of progress since the...
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