Private client

Parents don’t always know best

The ‘serious legal issues’ raised in Charlie Gard’s case have long been acknowledged and there is already a settled process in place, writes Jean-Yve

26 May 2017

Rising demand for mental capacity lawyers

Mental capacity law may not be as academically complex as other areas of law, says Floyd Porter, but, in some respects, it is mor

22 May 2017

Helping clients and charities at HMRC's expenses

Solicitors should encourage clients to take advantage of the underused, invaluable tax relief available when leaving money to charity, advises Joh

17 May 2017

Digitalised legal services: challenge or opportunity?

The legal profession must learn from the mistakes of others and embrace technology where it helps clients the most, argues Lis

12 May 2017

Growing demand for talent

Catherine Henry discusses the latest trends and developments in Yorkshire and the North East’s private clien

10 May 2017

A vested interest in the Hand

Ruth Hughes discusses a recent decision on the rights of adopted children in historic wills and the impact of the Human Rights Ac

03 May 2017

Revisiting the principles of equitable mistake

Simon Davies, Michael Rogers, and Sandie Lyne consider the Guernsey case of Gresh v RBC Trust Company on mistakes as to ta

03 May 2017

All present and correct

In view of the strict penalties for failing to correct tax errors, John Cassidy advises solicitors to make sure clients with offshore affairs have them reviewed withou

03 May 2017

Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty

Olivia Bird provides a summary of the Law Commission’s final recommendations to replace the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards with a more effectiv

03 May 2017