High interest rates proved attractive to a patient of the Court of Protection, as Denzil Lush explains
As senior judge at the Court of Protection, Denzil Lush allowed an individual one item off his extravagant wish list following a £2m injury settlement
A public authority can assume responsibility towards someone by inference from its conduct towards them, as Laurence Toczek explains following the Supreme Court’s re-evaluation of the Caparo test
The criminal and family courts have made strides in support for vulnerable parties – are the civil courts finally about to catch up? Rachel Rothwell reports
Nuffield Family Justice Observatory (NFJO) has pledged to develop the first national, evidence-based guidelines for professionals undertaking care proceedings involving newborn babies.
Court action against people acting with power of attorney on behalf of vulnerable people leapt by 55 per cent in the last year – a recor
A former solicitor has been sentenced to four years and two months in jail after admitting he forged clients’ wills to cover hi
Mark Pawlowski reviews the Court of Appeal’s latest ruling on the application of the forfeiture rule in relation to assisted suicide and considers circumstances where judges will likely grant relie