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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

Justice backlog: MPs have little confidence in MoJ

The MoJ has lost its way – that’s the underlying message from a damning report from MPs

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

Dealing with insolvent opponents

It's not the end of the road if the opposing party becomes insolvent, as Rebecca Stratton explains

Charity law reform ahead

Most of the Law Commission’s 43 recommendations for charity law reform have been accepted by government

23 Mar 2021 | Charities

CMA orders developers to remove 'unfair' ground rent contract terms

CMA believes contract terms which double ground rent every 10 or 15 years break consumer protection law

22 Mar 2021 | Contracts & Rights

The cladding blame game

Alec Samuels considers who could potentially be held responsible in law for problem cladding

22 Mar 2021 | Conveyancing

Compulsory ADR: What’s it all about?

Tony Guise explores how ADR is utilised in civil justice and its potential compulsory use

22 Mar 2021 | ADR & Mediation

Mesothelioma: Secondary asbestos exposure

Lorna Webster explores the potential redress available to victims of secondary asbestos exposure 

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