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Litigation tactics

Litigation tactics

Martin Iller explores the limits of the ‘without prejudice' rule in practice
Unsettling matters

Unsettling matters

Split trials, liability and undersettlement: Nicholas A Peacock explains how two recent decisions impact on personal injury and professional negligence practitioners
Land Registry plans

Land Registry plans

New leases registered with the Land Registry must be accompanied by an approved plan. And it's not as simple as it sounds, says Karen French
Tales from practice: Vive les avocats!

Tales from practice: Vive les avocats!

And did you have a good time?” “No,” I growled. “It was dreadful. Never take children on holiday with you.” It was only my vegetarian partner (who himself had had rather a good holiday) who dared to raise the subject again. Several hours later he emerged from my room vowing never again to ask anyone if they had had enjoyed their break.
No prejudice

No prejudice

Tim Akkouh and Emily Gillett discuss Bradford & Bingley v Rashid and ‘without prejudice'
Caution to the wind

Caution to the wind

Should your client accept a formal caution? Mark Conway considers the House of Lords' decision in Jones v Whalley
Life in crime

Life in crime

R v Coutts: Anthony Metzer discusses jury directions and alternative counts
CICA: it's criminal

CICA: it's criminal

Under CICA, the injured citizen is still losing out on fair compensation. Ian Bailey calls for urgent reform
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