The MoJ has lost its way – that’s the underlying message from a damning report from MPs
Most of the Law Commission’s 43 recommendations for charity law reform have been accepted by government
Claimants in the employment tribunal are now facing up to 46 weeks for their hearings during lockdown, it has been revealed.
Former government minister David Heath is the newly appointed chair of the Costs Lawyer Standards Board (CLSB). Heath is also a former director on the SRA
HSF has appointed Rebecca Maslen-Stannage as its first female senior partner and chair
Confirmed cases of covid-19 across 95 court locations were found between 26 January and 19 February 2021, involving 82 court staff, 16 judges, 13 jurors an
The Independent Business Banking Resolution Service (BBRS) has nowopened for business. The BBRS is a dispute resolution service set up to resolve complaint
City law firms are “in good shape” but regional firms had a challenging year during 2020, research shows. Crowe’s annual benchmarking sur
Evidence from medics in the Court of Protection (CoP) is “better”, CoP vice president Mr Justice Hayden had said. Commenting in a webinar, The
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