Practice Area

Operation change: Maintaining the standards expected

Adapting to the post-covid new world requires maintaining appropriate oversight and conformity with regulatory and ethical duties, says Tracey Calvert

Collateral attack

Susanna Heley considers the interplay between court judgments and solicitors’ disciplinary proceedings

Whiplash portal causes concern over access to justice and compensation 

Claimants may be entitled to less compensation than previously
 

01 Mar 2021 | Courts & Judiciary

Civil judicial co-operation after Brexit

Lauren McCormack sets out the new realities of recognition and enforcement of EU judgments in the UK

The psychological impact of major trauma injuries

Lawyers should adopt the right mindset, taking a holistic approach to rehabilitation needs in the case of psychological injury, says Claire Roantree

01 Mar 2021 | Personal injury

Lawyer warns of ‘years of misery’ for leaseholders

A specialist solicitor has warned that “years of misery” lie ahead 

26 Feb 2021 | Landlord & Tenant

A fertile ground for reform

With women increasingly choosing technology-aided methods of conception, Hollie Orgee examines whether our fertility laws are fit for purpose

26 Feb 2021 | Children

Reform of non-compete laws could ‘disincentivise investment’

Critics say law reform could “disincentivise" business investment 

26 Feb 2021 | Commercial

Veering off default

Matthew Duncan considers the judge’s approach to assessing damages where solicitors had been negligent in creating a trust scheme

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