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Update: licensing

Update: licensing

Roy Light discusses underage sales of alcohol, private hire licences and out of area working, licence conditions and the responsibilities of premises licence holders
Update: wills and probate

Update: wills and probate

Helen Bryant considers cases involving claims by extended family members under the Inheritance Act, proving secret trusts, propriety estoppel and inheritance tax
Read between the lines

Read between the lines

The European Court of Justice decision that computer processes which read and make temporary copies of published work should be regarded as breaching copyright is illogical, says Paul Stanley NO
Plugging the gap

Plugging the gap

As legal aid turns 60, Jon Robins explores possible solutions to the system's failures
New deal

New deal

The SRA's new powers should enable it to deal with cases more efficiently and fairly, but is it a better deal for the regulated, asks Tony Guise
Avoid like the plague

Avoid like the plague

Russell Conway considers how the legal profession will cope as swine flu takes hold
Update: family (children)

Update: family (children)

Noel Arnold reviews cases on findings of fact, local authorities' involvement in public law proceedings, electronic tagging and interim orders
Causing a stir

Causing a stir

The House of Lords has relaxed the rules on the admissibility of evidence of pre-contractual negotiations but the practical consequences are unclear, say John Bramhall and Simon Hodgson
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