Technical legal practice

Warning signs: a delicate balance

There is a balance to be struck between mitigating the risk of injury and avoiding oversized warning signs in public spaces, as Joshua Hughes explains

29 Mar 2021 | Personal injury

Striking the balance with technology

Neil Lloyd tells how a new offering works with firms to facilitate a healthier relationship between staff and technology

29 Mar 2021 | CILEx

Consultation: Judges to be deterred from political decisions

The MoJ is consulting on proposals to strike a balance between citizens’ rights and effective governance

The cladding blame game

Alec Samuels considers who could potentially be held responsible in law for problem cladding

22 Mar 2021 | Conveyancing

Cycling to court

Cycling UK has applied for judicial review against the decision to remove a cycle lane opened during covid-19. Its solicitors, Leigh Day, said the decision

11 Mar 2021 | Judicial review

Criminalising trespass

A new criminal offence of intentional residence on land without consent (trespassing) has been announced. Under the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bi

11 Mar 2021 | Crime

Eviction ban

The ban on the enforcement of evictions has been extended to 31 May 2021. However, the Law Society warned that as tapering off measures start on 1 June, le

11 Mar 2021 | Landlord & Tenant

The cladding conundrum

Government moves to deal with the fallout from dangerous cladding leaves solicitors, in Sarah Dwight's view, unable to properly advise clients

Peers must drop ‘money-saving’ 6-year limit on injury claims by military

Injured army veterans will be treated as second class citizens if proposed restrictions to legal rights are not dropped, warns APIL

10 Mar 2021 | Personal injury

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