Linzi Bull and Sarah Everington examine the Law Commission’s proposed reforms to surrogacy law in the UK.
The current law is sufficiently certain for couples who can afford legal representation, but the situation is unclear for the silent majority of couples who cannot, writes Jennifer Dickson.
The FRC’s proposals for overhauling the UK Corporate Governance Code are a backwards step from what was first envisaged, says Paul Brehony.
Mark Pawlowski asks whether the time has come to abandon the law on denial of landlord's title as an outmoded relic of the past.
Matthew Briggs considers the tax implications for employees and employers when employees work abroad.
Emelia Bezant-Gahan analyses the UK’s recent public order legislation, its implications for the right to protest and competing human rights issues.
Chris Bones discusses the proposed chartered paralegal qualification and the changes to CILEX that will establish paralegals as a key professional group within the professional body
James Healy-Pratt provides a deep dive into air accident litigation gained from the pilot’s seat, namely several decades as an aviation lawyer