Is there a contract if the parties have been drinking?

Fiona Parry considers whether a defence of“but I had been drinking”will suffice to avoid

07 Aug 2017

No format right over Mary Berry cooking show

Channel 4 in a stew over BBC’s ne

03 Aug 2017

All right now

Genevieve Loveland, Peter Selwyn, and Sarah Harte discuss the drafting of rights of way, the new Electronic Communications Code, and the ‘registratio

25 Jul 2017

Housing under-supply and over-demand

Julian Boswall and Alex Minhinick consider the potential impact of the Conservative manifesto pledges on housing and infrastructure, and other significan

11 Jul 2017

Drawing the line

David Sawtell and Erol Topal consider significant property case law from the first half of 2017, including decisions on long leaseholds and contested beneficia

05 Jul 2017

An outbreak of holiday sickness claims

Dr Julian Morris discusses the ongoing problem of alleged sickness claims that lack supporting evidence, as well as other issues affectin

03 Jul 2017

Brexit a threat to English law’s ability to keep pace with digital age

Law reform after Brexit raises challenges it would be ‘foolish’ to ignore, says Lord Chie

27 Jun 2017

The invisible export

Competition between the international commercial courts of London and Dubai looks set to continue in the new global market, writes Rupert Ree

20 Jun 2017