Magna Carta lives!

Geoffrey Bindman QC tells the story of the Magna Carta & urges the...

On the right track?

Costs lawyers are in demand following the Jackson shake-up, but there is no...

TUPE turbulence

John McMullen provides a round-up of recent TUPE case law


Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

Three stories at the cutting edge of legal developments this...

Peter Thompson QC
Queen's Counsel

Denying a litigant access to a lawyer is to deny him access to...
James Maloney considers the pros & cons of charitable incorporated organisations
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Does the decision in Gavin Edmondson Solicitors v Haven Insurance allow insurers to take client data from the RTA portal, asks David Bott
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Six out of ten mothers think their careers were “derailed” and they faced open discrimination after becoming pregnant, new research by Slater & Gordon has revealed. What laws are already in place...
By Dan Bunting When the Prevention of Terrorism Act 1974 was passed against a backdrop of an IRA bombing campaign in the mainland UK, it was limited in time for a year (although would be re-passed...