ATE insurers encouraged by post-Jackson take-up

‘News of ATE’s demise has been much exaggerated’

Court rules against public funding of expert report

Law Society intervention fails to prevent 'deadlock'

Civil legal aid faces further big cuts

Criminal clients could lose choice of solicitor

Giving immigration lawyers space to breathe

Immigration lawyers want to continue helping vulnerable migrants, but are struggling to see a way forward. Fiona Bawdon reports on a new model ?that could help alleviate pressure

In for a penny

As a tentative market for funding smaller cases develops,
James Delaney advises lawyers to look for the opportunities and remember that a return is every investor’s goal

ATE insurance market ‘has a future’

Small businesses and environmental claims may be among losers

Work harder for less

Third-party funding will become an increasingly tempting option for litigators post-Jackson but it will put them under greater financial pressure says Andrew Prynne QC