Tough times

Jon Robins reports on the latest clashes surrounding the LASPO cutbacks

Holiday pay hell?

What does Bear Scotland mean for employers, asks Sarah Johnson

Building blocks

How can the best result in mediation be achieved for all parties, asks John...


Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

When Margaret Hodge, as chair of the House of Commons public...

Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

Human rights emerged as a theme recently—by analogy for the...
Restrictive covenants & freehold land: is now the time to wake up to the challenges to validity, asks Andrew Francis
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Is the EU-Canada free trade agreement setting a new standard in investor-state arbitration or eroding investor rights, asks Devika Khanna
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By Lyndon Harris Recently Louis Blom-Cooper QC and Professor Sean McConville (QMUL) proposed that the next government set up a royal commission on prison policy. Calling the present system “...
By Paul Caddy Type the words “have human rights …” into Google and it automatically suggests “… gone too far[?]”. This isn’t a surprise: for many people human rights, as set out in the Human Rights...