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Blowing the whistle: an imbalance of powers

The UK was an early adopter of whistleblowing protection for workers, but is the law still doing its job? Rachel Rothwell investigates

07 May 2021 | CILEx

The heretics who transformed working life

Jonathan Wheeler explains how the quality of lawyers’ work and flexible working are closely intertwined, while Lynne Burdon learn that leaders must s

Private FDRs: a progressive move

Orla O’Hagan’s explains how her time in the family judiciary was impacted by covid-19 and why private FDRs are the way to go 

05 May 2021 | CILEx

On parole: a victim-centred approach

Alec Samuels considers how the victim has become central to Parole Board considerations

04 May 2021 | Crime

Permanent Trespass: injunction or damages?

Mark Pawlowski examines the court's approach to permanent encroachment of land

28 Apr 2021 | CILEx

Overcoming the challenges of virtual mediations

Susannah Foden shares her top tips for a successful virtual mediation

15 Apr 2021 | ADR & Mediation

On trust: Doing the right thing

Beverley Sunderland’s small but ‘perfectly-formed’ and thriving employment boutique has embraced an appealing new ownership structure

Frenemies or business partners? Law firms, ALSPs and the Big Four

There’s plenty of scope for growth if firms prove their cross-border worth and work on pricing and service delivery, explains Jim Leason

Business as usual, in unusual circumstances

Risk in the time of covid-19 must be managed with care because regulatory requirements haven't changed, says Pete Riddleston

24 Mar 2021 | Residential

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