Injustice in financial services disputes (Pt 1)

Justice in financial services disputes is to be found in the common law, says ...

Attention please!

Steven O’Sullivan examines the wide-reaching implications of AIG v Woodman

Digital law crashes out…for now

Will a poor return on investment derail robot lawyers? Steve Hynes reports


David Greene
NLJ consultant editor

I am joining our American colleagues at the ABA International...

Steve Hynes

Heralded as the future of legal services, Rechtwijzer 2.0, the...
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Has the Supreme Court signalled that the law surrounding the Working Time Regulations has been settled, asks Charles Pigott
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In the first article in a series of three, David Burrows examines the role which a child can play in children proceedings
28/4/2017 | David Burrows | Read more
At long last the saga has reached a conclusion. The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of Ilott (Respondent) v The Blue Cross and others (Appellants) [2017] UKSC 17 on 15 March, a...
Thousands of vulnerable people with dementia and learning disabilities are being detained in hospitals and care homes without the appropriate checks, due to a law unfit for purpose according to the...