Lesley Smythe explores how FDR hearings have become an increasingly effective mechanism in family law, offering a more decisive, cost-effective and less adversarial approach
Lee Ranford considers the broad reach of s.423 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (“IA 86”), considered and endorsed by the Court of Appeal in the recent case of Invest Bank PSC ~v~ El-Husseini  EWCA Civ 555.
Sobiah Hussain explores what legal practitioners should understand in Islamic divorce cases
Amandeep Khasriya discusses how the menopause affects women in the legal sector and celebrates the progress made at law firm Moore Barlow
Joe Woodward examines significant changes in corporate governance and fraud prevention under ECCTA
The AML reforms are crucial for fighting financial crimes, says Simon Luke.
Britain's current immigration options for entrepreneurs are thin pickings compared to the previous broader routes, argues Ben Maitland
Jo-Anne Pugh discusses the role of the UK’s legal industry in tackling the country’s growing social mobility crisis and what we can do to create positive change