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The Brief, by barrister Simon Michael, is a novel based on real cases and court documents.
Costs cap to be extended, but other proposals limit protection.
A Traveller can be both within a protected race, such as an Irish or Scottish Traveller, or a New Traveller, and other aspects of law.
Unison appeal dismissed. Now we await the review.
…and relief under the Consumer Credit Act.
More power to those with learning disabilities or autism, and their families.
You like logic puzzles? You’ll love this...
Traveller status has been redefined...
When discussing consent, the donor should be made aware if the intended DNA analysis might reveal significant results...
The format of any investigation could be of great importance.
Ensure jurisdictional issues are rehearsed before trial, and material issues are focused upon...
Jack Feeny explores the new law in relation to protected disclosures following the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.
Caroline Jennings reviews Palmer v RBS, which concerns whether or not a statutory restriction on eligibility for early retirement benefits could amount to age discrimination.
Gemma Roberts provides an update on the latest guidance on costs.
Charles Price reports on Atkinson v Community Gateway Association, which concerns the approach in a constructive dismissal claim when the employee himself is in fundamental breach.
Anthony Korn reports on the recent judgment of First Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber in Moorthy v The Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.
This recent case in the Court of Protection considered best interests in the context of a minimally conscious patient.
Late last month, the Supreme Court of the UK handed down a judgment on the cases of two severely disabled men who want other people to help them to die.
The Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, which introduces significant changes to judicial review, is making rapid progress through Parliament.
Mugni Islam-Choudhury reports on the latest developments on restrictive covenants following Merlin Financial Consultants Ltd v Cooper and Prophet plc v Huggett.