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Hold it right there

Hold it right there

David Farrer explains how even 'well intentioned' breaches of freezing orders by financial institutions may put them in contempt of court
Big money divorce

Big money divorce

Patricia Hollings and Nisha Aggarwal look at the impact on 'big money' divorces following a short marriage and the limits on a wife's award when assessing needs
Opinion: where next for mental health?

Opinion: where next for mental health?

Providing legal safeguards for detained patients is essential in a civilised society. However, the arrival of fixed fees is making proper representation for these most vulnerable clients all but impossible, says Richard Charlton.
Another 48 hours?

Another 48 hours?

The police took the money but lost the permission application. Will they be given another 48 hours? Elliott Gold explains police powers to sieze and hold criminal cash
Campaigners slam 'sexism' in the City

Campaigners slam 'sexism' in the City

VISITS TO strip clubs with clients and business colleagues are becoming an “increasingly normal” aspect of life at firms in the City of London, according to a new report.
Environmental waste: what's the damage?

Environmental waste: what's the damage?

Justine Thornton argues that waste disposal contracts for local authorities under public procurement law may have to include the impact of environmental damage
Not a temporary fix

Not a temporary fix

Tom Poole welcomes the new authoritative guidance on temporary workers given by the Court of Appeal in the recent James v London Borough of Greenwich case
Who wins at forfeits?

Who wins at forfeits?

The seller in a property transaction should no longer expect that rescission on the buyer's part will automatically lead to a windfall forfeiture of the initial deposit from the defaulting party, explains Nitej Davda
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