Practice Notes

In possession

Kelvin Rutledge and Genevieve Screeche-Powell report on new Court of Appeal guidance on applications for suspended possession order

04 Aug 2006

Not so fine

New enforcement powers for the collection of fines threaten individual rights, says Ala

04 Aug 2006

Fast freeze

Freezing orders are little use if not served on time, but who is liable when they go wrong? Andrew Howell and Lisa Collins reflect on Customs & Excise

04 Aug 2006

Blogging: the law

Having established that blogging was good for your practice, Justin Patten examines the lega

04 Aug 2006

Rich pickings

In the penultimate part of his series, Richard Phillips considers judicious outsourcin

02 Aug 2006

Fiona Woolf

The new chair of the Law Society shares her plans for making the professional body relevant to al

28 Jul 2006

Leave lawyers in

Rehabilitation is good, but it must not be used in sly attempts to save on legal costs, says Ton

28 Jul 2006

Solomon's judgment

The Official Solicitor’s costs in representing a patient’s best interests can be significant. Claire Bentley and Tracey Lucas review the ‘usual order’ fo

28 Jul 2006

Feeling aggrieved

Do aggrieved employees have to follow a specific procedure for their claims? Esther Morri

28 Jul 2006

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