Practice Area

Probate practice (1)

Taking steps to identify a client’s chattels at the time a will is drafted can save executors a lot of trouble. In the first of a series of three articles,

08 Dec 2006 | Discrimination

Crashing out

The recent case of Casey v Cartwright provides guidance on the circumstances where defendants in low velocity impact claims can rely on their own expert e

01 Dec 2006 | Discrimination

Update: human rights (December 2006)

Al Rawi and Wainwright consider the rights of prisoners’ families. Ben Las

01 Dec 2006 | Police & Prisons

Polkey confusion

The EAT continues to muddy the unfair dismissal law waters, say Elliot Gold and Franci

01 Dec 2006 | Local government

Fraud Act 2006

New definitions of fraud have clarified matters for practitioners. Bruce Stuar

01 Dec 2006 | Divorce

New strategies

Mark Riminton and Richard England explain how a new ‘business’ approach can unlock your firm’s earnin

Practice trends: human rights

There is more to human rights than high profile terrorism cases, and still more potential to be unlocked in human rights arguments despite the courts’ incr

01 Dec 2006 | EU & International

Bouncing liability

The Licensing Act 2003 has seen an increase in security requirements for licensed premises. Stephanie Cope examines the implications for parties to persona

Seeing the light

The Court of Appeal’s decision in Regan is a reminder to developers that the courts are prepared to fully enforce rights to light, say Stephen Bickford-Smi

24 Nov 2006 | Local government

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