A landmark case could set the precedent for UK citizens claiming overseas, explains Pete
Lavinia Randall considers whether an employer can require their staff to travel to an area affected by the Zik
The courts now have a degree of flexibility to apply to the facts of a case, writes Michae
Presence of unexpected guests sparks humorous reaction on socia
HIV campaigners fear appeal will delay introduction of ne
Following publication of the Chilcot report, Ahmed Al-Nahhas considers the ministry's failure to follow guidelines during the Iraq war and the potentia
Steven Conway examines the recent decision in Cruz v Chief Constable of Lancashire, which represents the end for strict liability and the start of a new ag
Despite not being a court of remedy, the inquest can be a valuable tool to provide a form of redress for bereaved families, writes Davi
The £1m fine recently imposed on an SME is a clear signal that the objectives of sentencing for H&S offences must be fulfilled, whatever the size
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