Parties to divorce proceedings can rely on an increasing number of remedies outside the traditional sphere of ancillary relief to secure their rights, say
Victoria Brackett considers cases on apportioning blame between barrister and solicitor, imposing absolute obligations, apportioning liability, limitation
Failure to comply with home information pack regulation could leave conveyancers exposed to the risk of professional negligence action, warns Davi
Claimants in conveyancing negligence cases should be permitted to use legal experts where the judge has little understanding or experience of property law,
Diageo, producer of Smirnoff vodka, has won a High Court passing off action against the producers of VODKAT, a mixture of vodka and fermented alcohol
The Legal Services Board has published its final rules on the new regulatory framework applicable to the legal sector from Januar
The scope of the standard of care owed to clients may have widened, but the courts are unlikely to find practitioners liable for faults which are not relat
Experts appearing as witnesses in family proceedings could be named under proposals unveiled by the Ministry of Justic
The Charity Tribunal has upheld in part the appeal by two Dartford residents who objected to the sale of land by an unregistered charity run by the loca
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