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Why ATE?

Why ATE?

After the event insurance has had a bad press, but Brian Dunk says it is a perfectly good way of funding private litigation, provided a few simple principles are followed
Wrongful dismissal

Wrongful dismissal

When claiming for wrongful dismissal, should you head for the employment tribunal… or the High Court? Clara Johnson reports
Litigation tactics

Litigation tactics

Consent orders in civil cases; Monty Trent explains how to avoid some common pitfalls
Companies Act 2006 (3)

Companies Act 2006 (3)

In the final article in the series on the Companies Act 2006, Robin Hollington QC, Tim Akkouh and Emily Gillett discuss the new provisions concerning auditors' liability, reporting obligations, electronic communications and the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers
Drawing the line

Drawing the line

In boundary disputes where the original conveyance is not clear, the Court of Appeal has ruled that subsequent conduct can be taken into accounts. Daniel Gatty explains
Hospital discharge

Hospital discharge

Can hospital managers order 'conditional discharge'? Andrew Parsons reports
Geoffrey Vos QC

Geoffrey Vos QC

The chairman of the Bar Council talks about encouraging new entrants into the profession
What's a house?

What's a house?

The Court of Appeal has determined what constitutes a 'house' for the purposes of exercising the right to buy a freehold under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967. As Natasha Rees reports, this question may soon be considered by the House of Lords
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