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Draft with care

Debbie King considers two recent cases which highlight the need for scrutiny in drafting, the courts’ powers to rectify a company’s statutory registers, and new requirements for PS

21 Sep 2017

Law Society offers pro bono support after terror attack

‘We will be here whenever and for as long as we are needed,’ says Jo

19 Sep 2017

GDPR 101

Implementing the new data protection regulation successfully must be a priority for the whole firm, not just the IT department, advises Ale

14 Sep 2017

The future for costs in judicial review

The Unison judgment may inform the debate on Jackson LJ’s recent proposal for the current CPR rules on costs in environmental cases to be extended to all judicial review claims, explains Richar

14 Sep 2017

GDPR: Prevention better than cure

The TalkTalk fine is a timely reminder that data protection compliance is mandatory, not optional, says Jame

08 Sep 2017

Invest in understanding the client journey

To improve service delivery, you need to track the complete journey your clients make, explains Hele

08 Sep 2017

QC bests parking company over £85 fine

Lawyer criticises ParkingEye for ‘indulging in pernicious bullying tactics agains

01 Sep 2017

A bit of peace and quiet

Alec Samuels discusses the growing problem of noise pollution from the air, and considers the remedies available to thos

23 Aug 2017

Repealing EU law: The great puzzle

The “Great Repeal Bill” offers some technical answers, but little certainty about the future, writes Pavlo

14 Aug 2017