Tony Guise examines part one of the Civil Justice Council's report on how to improve the pre-action civil justice system.
Diane Parker discusses the potential consequences of the forthcoming intermediate track for civil claims.
Kris Kilsby sets out the Association of Cost Lawyers’ position on the government’s proposed changes to the fixed recoverable costs regime.
Adrian Chopin is co-founder and managing director of litigation funder Bench Walk Advisors. He tells David Vascott about the firm's funding model and how it's staying ahead of its rivals.
Mikhail Vishnyakov, Julia Ogievetsky and Hazel He examine the Law Commission’s proposals for amendments to the Act.
Anoushka Warlow and Annabell Hood take a look at the issues faced by Nick Ephgrave, the incoming director of the Serious Fraud Office.
Emelia Bezant-Gahan analyses the developing case law around ‘necessity to arrest’ – which has a high evidential burden and is highly fact-sensitive.
The Woodcock judgment is one of the most significant developments in common law for public bodies in decades when it comes to the assumed ‘duty of care’ on law enforcement, write Andrew Steel and Emelia Bezant-Gahan.