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Latest Briefings

Tools and solutions for increasing access to international arbitration – An overview

By Malcolm Simpson, Gwendoline Davies, Nick Lees Parties have been concerned for some time about the length and cost of arbitration, and how these issues can be effectively controlled. This article considers the factors affecting accessibility, how arbitral institutions can help, and how the parties can help themselves; different available tools and innovative solutions that can be deployed […]

Guide for facing review fraud in online retail

By Gwendoline Davies Fake reviews have featured in the press a lot recently, but they are certainly not a new phenomenon and such practices have no doubt existed for as long as people have been reviewing products and services. However, the explosion of the online retail marketplace has made fake reviews a very lucrative business. At […]

Supreme Court – Sporting rights over land are capable of being easements

By Maria Connolly Purely sporting or recreational rights over land are capable of being easements, the Supreme Court has confirmed. In a judgment handed down today the Court held that, so long as such rights satisfy the four well-established characteristics of easements, there is no reason why they should not be easements (Regency Villas Title […]

Employment: Quarterly case law updates

By Beth Jenkins and Paula Rome In this article, we take a look back through some key cases from the last three months and the lessons which we can learn from them. Discrimination In Ms A Gray V Mulberry Company (Design) Ltd the EAT held that an employer will not be discriminating on grounds of […]

Austria – Teleradiology and other healthcare advancements

By Florian Kusznier Technology and innovation are key drivers of advancement in a variety of industries, and certainly in healthcare. The level of patient care can be improved considerably with the right mix of traditional and innovative treatments and solutions. Nevertheless, there are regulatory challenges to overcome. Teleradiology is one area where technological advancements allow […]

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Combating racism in the profession

It is time for the profession to be made accountable for any racism that exists among its members, argues Raj Joshi. Raj Joshi (a barrister with the CPS) will be a participant at The Letter and Spirit of the Law, an Anglo-US conference on race gate crimes at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane on Saturday […]

The Lawyer Inquiry: Geoff Lord

Geoff Lord was born in Cheshire in 1947. He was the senior partner at Elliott & Co’s London office which joined Kennedys in March of this year. What was your first job? Taking nuts off bolts and putting different nuts on, aged 12-13. What was your first ever salary as a lawyer? £5 per week […]

Defamation gatekeepers must exercise caution

Tim Watkin examines the reasoning behind, and consequences of, Peter Carter-Ruck’s decision to fight libel cases on a no win-no fee basis. When Tom Cruise stood outside the High Court last month to proclaim victory for himself and his family over Express Newspapers, it served as a reminder that defamation law is as much the […]

In brief: Turbervilles unveils Uxbridge property shop

Middlesex firm Turbervilles, with Nelson Cuff has opened a property shop at its Uxbridge offices. The estate agency, called Turbervilles Direct, is running in tandem with the firm’s existing conveyancing and financial services department.

When client confidentiality constitutes a crime

Lawyers could find themselves facing prosecution if they do not report suspicions of fraud among their clients. Keith Nuthall reports IF any professional legal malpractice could be labelled taboo, it would surely be breach of confidentiality, with all its consequences of undermining the basis of the solicitor-client relationship. But with the growth in sophisticated frauds […]

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