The current climate is likely to create more work for litigators but lawyers themselves could increasingly end up as defendants in professional negligence
Sara Partington considers liability for conversion, the dangers of including an arbitration clause in standard terms and conditions, vexatious litigants an
April Fool’s Day didn’t really feature in my life until 2002 when some friends produced their first child, a son. My husband was highly amused by this perc
On the face of it the Yearworth case has merely resolved a narrow point on the ownership of sperm but it also re-opens a range of ethical and legal questio
Spike Charlwood and Alice Nash review the latest cases on limitation for loss claims, the standard of care expected of barristers and solicitors, and liabi
Contingency fees have the potential to deliver proportionate costs, access to justice and new business opportunities, says Frase
James Falkner reviews a rare agricultural tenancy case, new environmental regulations affecting farming, and protection of land from becoming
Spike Charlwood and Alice Nash review the latest cases on dishonesty, limitation and witness immunity, and consider how the principles of 'loss of a chance
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 has opened up new definitions of parenthood potentially affecting the work of all private client practition
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