In clarifying liability for sales of alcohol to under 18s, the Licensing Act 2003 places particular responsibility on owners of alcohol, say Simon Walsh an
Misuse of technology by employees can land employers in hot water, and the range of defences available are limited, says Sara
Emma Tyler explains some of the techniques lawyers can use to recognise and deal wit
Amendments to the Mental Health Act provide new systems for the selection – and most importantly, the removal – of a patient’s nearest relative, says Davi
Sue Ashtiany considers the merits and potential pitfalls of the new ACAS Code on disciplinary and grievance procedures, and reviews a case on discriminatio
Social networking sites have lured users into a false sense of confidentiality, but personal details held on these sites can be accessed and used by employ
The changes introduced by the new Civil Procedure Rules relating to correct address for service have raised problems and uncertainties, says Gordo
Jenny Ramage explores the distinctive characteristics that have helped the Northern Circuit maintain its reputation as the UK’s second lega
The NHS Litigation Authority (NHSLA) has admitted that its decision to drop an appeal to the House of Lords in a crucial medical negligence case could cost
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