A weighty issue

Chris Bryden & Michael Salter consider whether obesity is a disability

Head on

What is the cost of not having an expert clinical neuropsychologist following a...

On an equal footing

Family practitioners must always have one eye on the court’s overriding...


Sue Nash
Costs lawyer

More than a year on and the impact of the Jackson reforms on...

Dominic Regan
NLJ columnist

The sense of euphoria generated by the dilution of the mean...
Ian Smith considers the latest employment law developments
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Alison Wright examines new consumer law implications for motor insurers & policyholders
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By Kathryn Denyer Since 28 July the Home Office has resumed processing applications that were on hold pending the Court of Appeal decision in MM. In that case, the Court of Appeal held the minimum...
Hounga v Allen and another The employee had been allegedly trafficked from Nigeria to the UK by the employer to work illegally as an au pair. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, set aside an award...