The large amount of financial litigation that is likely to arise out of the recession will take a different form from previous litigation, creating new cha
The law lords' ruling in Moore Stephens has re-opened the debate about the precise scope of the ex turpi causa principle, says Spike Charlwoo
Building relationships is essential to the success of every law firm and gaining contacts by networking can be simple and enjoyable, says Jennifer Overhau
The military coup that overthrew the legitimately elected government of Fiji two years ago remains a threat to the rule of law and to the independence of l
Solicitors should ensure they fulfil their duty to oversee the preservation of electronically stored information, or risk facing a negligence claim, says J
Alleging fraud is a high-risk strategy and claimants looking to do so should proceed with caution, says Clar
Solicitors must ensure they understand their duties towards LEI insurers and claims management companies or risk a claim being brought against them, says A
Lawyers must make sure they communicate with clients clearly to avoid any misunderstandings and explain all the options, even if there is a risk the advice
A wealthy widow has won her negligence claim against Surrey solicitors Triggs Wilkinson Mann at the Hig
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