No whining

Peter Causton considers the use of ADR for consumer disputes

Employment law brief

It’s all in a day’s work for Ian Smith as he reviews the latest employment...

Review: Education & Adoption Bill

Tom Cross & John Ford review the new Education & Adoption Bill


Tom Cross

What the Bill seeks to do There are three main aspects to the...

Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

Lawyers were reminded earlier this month how best to deal with...
Edward Heaton considers a surprising case that illustrates how difficult it is to run a successful add-back argument
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Loving LIPs; the matrimonial dog; contact interventions: a taster; & revised CPR forms.
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by Lise Smit Since the adoption of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in 2011, human rights due diligence requirements are progressively finding their way into hard law, for...
by Alexander Ruck Keene In Re PA, PB and PC [2015] EWCOP 38, Baker J has conducted a detailed analysis of the jurisdiction of the Court of Protection to recognise and enforce foreign protective...