Tribunals & Courts

Bring a lawyer

Recent cases have increased the right to legal representation for employees facing disciplinary proceedings. Sean Reynold

11 May 2010 | Children

Virtual alienation

The right of tenants to 'virtually assign' leases has been strengthened by a recent case, but the change should also be welcomed by landlords, says Julian

27 Apr 2010 | Children

Attorney General’s former housekeeper guilty of fraud

Loloahi Tapui, former housekeeper of Attorney General Baroness Scotland, has been convicted of fraud at Southwark Crow

12 Apr 2010 | Contracts & Rights

Parliament to decide on criminal advocacy fee cuts today

A funding order cutting the fees of criminal legal aid advocates will be laid before both houses of Parliamen

06 Apr 2010 | Contracts & Rights

Strasbourg to rule on index-linked pensions for expats

The long-running legal battle by around half a million British pensioners who retired abroad against a government decision to freeze their pensions will re

15 Mar 2010 | Contracts & Rights

Update: insolvency

David Archer considers administrators’ duty to creditors, TUPE and bankruptcy, money received post-administration by Lehman Brothers, and the insolvency as

Chain reaction

Jeremy Child welcomes much needed clarification of the 'benefit and burden' doctrine but argues some questions are stil

26 Jan 2010 | Clinical negligence

Commission's "cost-cutting" VHCC scheme angers barristers and solicitors

lawyers have reacted angrily to an announcement from the LSC that one option for 'very high cost' criminal cases would be to extend the limits for the stan

Aiming high

Those wanting to bring mental health claims must now not only prove that their case is arguable, but also that it has a real chance of success, says Davi

08 Dec 2009 | Contracts & Rights

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