Professional negligence

The legal fallout from the Panama Papers

Mossack Fonseca's loss may be other lawyers' gain if the firm's clients decide to bring claims against it, writes Sarah Webb

Solicitors liable for half-million-pound property fraud

Conveyancers have joint responsibility to protect purchaser's money

Standard of care

Eleanor Kilner considers a recent case that highlights the importance of the factual matrix and context in professional negligence claims

Decisions, decisions, decisions: Referrals to the SDT

Martina Hogg discusses the faults of the current - and previous - process for referral of matters to the SDT

Professional negligence claims against law firms almost halves

Though stats could be skewed due to dormant property and conveyancing cases

Cameron wades in on Leigh Day’s conduct in Al Sweady inquiry

Human rights firm defends its work the 'British rule of law in action' as prime minister criticises lawyers

Claims forecast: Some clouds on the horizon

Gaby Kaiser considers trends in professional negligence claims and what an exit from the EU and a move towards US-style group litigation could mean in the future