Eve McBrinn and Andrew Nixon review disclosure in professional indemnity cases, substitution of parties, and the latest in the Levico
As the dust of Levicom settles, it is just a case of keep calm and carry on, say Georgina Squire and Julie
A disabled boy who was out of school for 18 months while waiting for a place at a residential special school cannot sue his council for breach of human rig
The Court of Appeal’s latest approach to solicitors’ duties highlights the need for practitioners to exercise caution when advising clients, say Laura Tayl
The coalition government has put constitutional reform and the protection of civil liberties right at the heart of the parliamentary agenda. Seamus Burns e
Victoria Brackett and Katie Papworth consider recent decisions on expert witness immunity, summary judgment in professional indemnity cases, termination of
With education forming a key plank of the manifestos of all three main political parties, and cuts in funding likely whoever wins the election, lawyers sho
The successive bodies in charge of administering legal aid have been storing up trouble for the future, and the decision to make the Legal Services Commiss
The Ministry of Justice has suspended the authorisation of Cartel Client Review (CCR), one of the country’s biggest claims management firms. The MoJ had be
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