In the fifth article in his series on the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007, Gordon Exall considers the defence of being “reasonably p
The Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007 may not be perfect but both organisations and individuals should prepare themselves for its impact, says Gerar
In the first of a series articles on the new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007, Gordon Exall assesses the scope of civil liability and
Jane Coker reviews the latest immigration rule changes as well as cases on country guidance, asylum and human right
Dr Jock Mackenzie on causation and general practitioners, and Vijay Ganapathy on success fees, ex turpi causa and untraced driver
The House of Lords in Hello! v OK! has stretched the rules on breach of confidence to an extent yet to be assessed, say Dan Tench and Ashle
Many of the rules in the recently issued Solicitors’ Regulation Authority new code of conduct for solictors are based on well-known principles but they tak
In anticipation of solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance later this year, Michael J Wilson reviews the mai
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