Professional negligence

Consumer brands launch Tesco law prototype

Two of the high street's most well-known consumer brands have officially set up prototype alternative business structures to offer legal services direct to the public, Solicitors Journal ca

Clean slate

Are tablet devices going to be a game changer for lawyers in the same way smart phones have been? Damian Blackbur

Update: professional negligence

Eve McBrinn and Andrew Nixon review disclosure in professional indemnity cases, substitution of parties, and the latest in the Levico

Sound advice

As the dust of Levicom settles, it is just a case of keep calm and carry on, say Georgina Squire and Julie

Disabled boy cannot sue for human rights breach over lack of education

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 rights, the Supreme Court ha

Cutting a fine line

The Court of Appeal’s latest approach to solicitors’ duties highlights the need for practitioners to exercise caution when advising clients, say Laura Taylor and Pete

Seats of power

The coalition government has put constitutional reform and the protection of civil liberties right at the heart of the parliamentary agenda. Seamus Burns explains the changes t