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Corporate manslaughter: the new rules

Corporate manslaughter: the new rules

The Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007 may not be perfect but both organisations and individuals should prepare themselves for its impact, says Gerard Forlin
Promises, promises

Promises, promises

The courts should not allow the party bound under a “best endeavours” agreement to get out of it simply because it has become commercially uninteresting, says Stephen Bickford Smith
Gambling in pubs

Gambling in pubs

Though the Gambling Act 2005 is seen as a 'liberal' regime, its Code of Practice imposes a 'tough' level of compliance for gambling in public houses, says Roy Light
Greater London: small is beautiful

Greater London: small is beautiful

London is not all about the Magic Circle firms. Sole practitioners and dedicated legal aid firms are tackling challenges such as the Legal Services Bill head on, says Jean-Yves Gilg
Widening your horizons

Widening your horizons

In the last of three articles on practice development in the age of the Legal Services Act, Kim Tasso considers product and service development, market-focused strategies and distribution channels
A positive development?

A positive development?

In the first of a series articles on the new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007, Gordon Exall assesses the scope of civil liability and the importance of breach of statutory duty
A silent digital witness

A silent digital witness

The ethos that “every contact leaves a trace” is as true in the digital environment as in a conventional crime scene. Ian Kennedy explains
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