The government has again delayed its online whiplash reforms – just as the rest of the world quickly adapts to functioning online
A future increase in virtual hearings is likely, says one of the barristers behind a mock virtual trial film recording
With weeks to go before implementation of the small claims portal, major gaps still remain as Andrew Kay explains
Having our routine upended by the pandemic is stressful, but acknowledging your feelings in response is important, says Elisabeth Rimmer
A solicitor has been fined £1,600 by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) after forwarding a “highly derogatory and grossly offensive&rdqu
Blatch and Barlow Robbins have today (5 March) announced they will merge to form Moore Barlow as of 1 May.
The lord chancellor and secretary of state for justice Robert Buckland has today (27 February) confirmed that roll out of the government’s whiplash r
The Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) is liable for accidents on private land involving uninsured vehicles, the Supreme Court held.
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) deputy director of civil justice David Parkin has hinted at a likely extension to the tabled April launch date of the new whi
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