Monsters in corporate governance

Even from an unlikely source, in-house lawyers can learn a thing or two about corporate governance and whistleblowing, writes Harr

Putting consumer protection first

The FCA’s recent decision to take criminal action demonstrates its commitment to the regulation of consumer credit and to ensuring that people are working within their permissions, writes Jame

Which building contract?

Understanding basic construction contract structures will enable non-construction lawyers to ensure a fit with the rest of the project’s legal framework, explains Chri

Business critical hires overtake luxury players

Bolstered by regional investment, the Midlands’ commercial contracts jobs market has changed post-Brexit vote. James Brewster explains how an

Freerunning lawyers

North East-based Muckle helps parkour gain recognition as

Commercial Bar under fire for promoting Dubai as a world arbitration centre

UAE ‘an immature’ legal system that is ‘subject to regular abuse’, says U

Argos loses trade mark and passing off claim

‘David and Goliath’ case shows the ‘online land-grab’ between brands is heatin