Legal Articles for Solicitors and Lawyers

The Reform of Judicial Review

Alec Samuels argues that efforts to reform judicial review are lacklustre and have fallen short.

06 Sep 2021

Are guideline hourly rates misguided?

Ricky Cella reports on the new guideline hourly rates and their implications for firms  – particularly those outside of London.

06 Sep 2021

Seller beware?: New tax time limits on sales of residential property

Neal Groves advises on the new rules for Capital Gains Tax on residential property transactions

05 Sep 2021

Tackling workplace fraud: Know who you’re dealing with

Ken Dulieu analyses the risks of corporate fraud within firms

05 Sep 2021

Family matters are taxing

Doug Shanks, John Handley, and Jessica May discuss the tax implications of divorce

05 Sep 2021

Tooth and claw?: The meaning of words in tax assessments

Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi explore how the Supreme Court rejected the concept of 'staleness' but confirmed the meaning of 'deliberat

05 Sep 2021

Occupational hazard?: Directors’ responsibilities for lost litigation

Thomas Bond considers when company directors should foot the bill for lost litigation

05 Sep 2021

Freshfields: Transforming client experiences

Vincent Perrin explains how collaboration between Freshfields and Salesforce has revolutionised client experience

05 Sep 2021

Pre-charge bail: How did we get here – and where next?

Peter Csemiczky reflects on the problems presented by pre-charge bail reform

05 Sep 2021

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