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Under the law, should your right to express your opinion – be it on politics, the environment, abortion, or anything else – trump my right to go about my business unhindered, whether or not I happen to agree with your opinion?
Adam Maguire looks at how an inheritance can be kept separate from matrimonial assets.
Mikhail Vishnyakov, Julia Ogievetsky and Hazel He examine the Law Commission’s proposals for amendments to the Act.
Emelia Bezant-Gahan analyses the developing case law around ‘necessity to arrest’ – which has a high evidential burden and is highly fact-sensitive.
Antony O’Loughlin finds out why the Online Safety Bill has been years in the making – and examines the potential impact of this controversial legislation.
Lawyers across the board, are grappling with a challenging future. Change is needed to thrive. However, a question all legal professionals should be asking themselves is: are our teams right-sourcing? Alexandra Morris explains.
The Supreme Court highlights the risks that come with creative funding
Joanna Newton observes how rising mortgage rates intensify property disputes in UK divorce cases.
Exploring the complex intersection of planning disputes, harassment, and legal rights
Cryptoassets' growing misuse for criminal activities prompts urgent UK legal reform, balancing effective law enforcement with individual rights protection, says Sam Healey
Leadership lessons for lawyers emphasise confronting challenges, but few have faced the trials Dmytro Aleshko has encountered since February 2022.
Ashish Mehta dissects the nuances of the UAE's recently implemented Corporate Tax Law.
Russia's countermeasures to Western sanctions disrupt international arbitration by granting exclusive jurisdiction to Russian courts over certain disputes, say Leigh Crestohl and Zuhair Farouki
Rob Schwartz navigates the regulatory landscape of the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) new rules for private funds
Jack Shepherd argues for a multifaceted approach to drive meaningful change in firms
Alastair Murray explores the critical role of Incident Response services in modern cybersecurity strategy
Simon Luke explores what's truly at stake for firms that flout compliance rules: from financial penalties to reputational decay
Dylan Brown provides insights from legal professionals on navigating the complexities of AI implementation
Chris Benson is managing partner of Leigh Day. He talks to Solicitors Journal about building the firm, negative stories in the press and the firm's collective action against UK water companies.
Philippe Sands KC is professor of law and director of the Centre for International Courts and Tribunals at University College London.
Libby Jackson is the longstanding managing partner of alternative legal services at Herbert Smith Freehills and was recently appointed managing partner for digital legal services alongside her pre-existing role.