Practice Management

Branching out

Thomas Berman of Berman & Associates reveals the problems of building a regional office through latera

Opening Korea’s doors

Robert Sawney, managing director of SRC Associates, questions the benefits of the market opening for foreig

Merging cultures

Andrew Hedley of Hedley Consulting suggests ways to ensure a cultural fit between mergin

Seats of power

The coalition government has put constitutional reform and the protection of civil liberties right at the heart of the parliamentary agenda. Seamus Burns e

24 May 2010 | EU & International

What the doctor ordered

A recent Court of Appeal ruling against an NHS trust illustrates the labyrinth complexity and legal implications of public sector disciplinary procedures,

Alice in e-disclosure land

Lawyers have no choice but to become fully conversant with e-disclosure issues: judges expect them to, says Juliett

18 May 2010 | Procedures

New for old

Developers may now have to pay a levy to meet the cost of structural changes to the local area. Mangala Murali explains how the Community Infrastructure Le

27 Apr 2010 | Local government

APIL president attacks Lord Justice Jackson's "political" solutions

The new president of APIL, Muiris Lyons, has launched a stinging attack on Lord Justice Jackson’s report on civil litigation costs, describing some of his

27 Apr 2010 | Clinical negligence

Comment: Early warnings across the pond

Developments in the US merit attention, with the expansion of US firms into the U

26 Apr 2010 | Risk & Compliance

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