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Lambs to the slaughter

Lambs to the slaughter

The credit crunch is expected to lead to a rise in claims against solicitors, placing added pressure on professional indemnity cover, but Rionne Preuveneers says escalating premiums are not inevitable, even for conveyancers who are traditionally the hardest hit
Stemming the compensation tide

Stemming the compensation tide

David Oldham welcomes the Court of Appeal's recent reminders that not all accidents are caused by somebody's negligence
Managing change in difficult times

Managing change in difficult times

The credit crunch means that to remain profitable law firms must take some hard decisions becoming proactive rather than reactive, says Peter Morgan
Sleeping is not working

Sleeping is not working

Resident carers are set to reappear in catastrophic injury litigation, says Victoria Coleman
Update: asylum and immigration

Update: asylum and immigration

Jane Coker looks at the draft Immigration and Citizenship Bill, new deportation rules and future visa requirements
Function over form

Function over form

The recent ruling that decisions by housing associations can be subject to judicial review is only one step towards allowing more challenges to decisions by registered providers under the new Housing and Regeneration Act 2008, says Andrew Dymond
Part of the package

Part of the package

Only some of the passengers on the Qantas flight forced to make an emergency landing in Manila could seek compensation for psychological shock, says David Grant
European briefing

European briefing

The latest European Court of Justice ruling on access to information is unrealistic, says Paul Stanley NO
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