It is 25 years since Peter Hurst was appointed a Taxing Master and he has been the Senior Costs Judge for 15 of those. He talks to Michael Bacon about deve
The Licensing Act 2003 has seen an increase in security requirements for licensed premises. Stephanie Cope examines the implications for parties to persona
As Christmas looms and online shoppers flex their credit cards, Nigel Miller warns e-traders to avoid non-compliance with distance sellin
In his second article on the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006, James Pavey analyses how new provisions on wildlife protection, Sites of S
Finance Act 2006 changesInter vivos trusts Trusts IPDIsBereaved minors18-25 trustsTransitional provisionsLife policiesCGT and modernisationSettlor interes
Children law is beset by difficult issues: Jean-Yves Gilg reports on open courts, legal funding and lawyers’ concerns over a creakin
Binder Bansel and Felicia Epstein look at discrimination claims and employers
Rules and procedures in employment tribunals have become hugely baffling. Kerry Underwood and Elish McKee navigate th
The High Court decision in Randhawa fleshes out the nature of the recently introduced bankruptcy restriction order. Tim Akkou
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