Part 36 remastered

The revised Part 36: an offer they cannot defuse? By David di Mambro

Why procedure matters

Daniel Lightman & Thomas Elias report on a Saudi “Royal Protocol” &...

Shared parental leave: spot the difference

Julian Yew predicts a battle of the sexes in the courts


Dominic Regan
NLJ columnist

"Oh what's the bloody point?". The last words recorded in the...

Julian Yew

Shared parental leave (SPL) comes into force on 5 April 2015....
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Khawar Qureshi QC outlines recent developments in arbitrator impartiality
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Margaret Tofalides & Lucia Williams put disclosure & confidentiality in IP arbitration under scrutiny
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by David Cook Another of my articles has considered s56 of the Data Protection Act, which makes it an offence for an employer to compel a current or prospective employee to make a data subject access...
by David Cook Under Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), it will soon be a criminal offence for an employer or other third party to require a data subject to supply records obtained...