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Video: How to health check the anatomy of your legal matters

By Rob MacAdam With clients expecting more efficiency, transparency and value from their lawyers, it’s time for law firms to re-engineer their legal service delivery into real competitive advantage. In this video, Rob MacAdam, Director of Legal Solutions, identifies six elements that make up the anatomy of a legal matter, and discusses what improvements can be […]

Updates on proportionality of costs in court proceedings

By Gwendoline Davies, Claire Acklam Anyone involved in the conduct of litigation will be aware that the ‘overriding objective’, at rule 1.1 (1) of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), requires cases to be dealt with “justly and at proportionate cost”. Unfortunately, the question of what is proportionate continues to cause confusion and dispute.  In this latest […]

Women on Boards – As they progress, businesses thrive

By Susana Almeida Lopes Women represent 50% of the working population and are as much or more educated and qualified as men are. However, the problem of gender diversity (or lack of it), especially in top positions in organisations, is a persistent societal problem, and there are (many) studies that, if concrete measures are not taken, […]

Franchise resales – should franchisors be involved?

By Emma Lusty It is a common misconception that a franchise network with a high level of resales is a bad sign. In fact, a healthy resale market is a good sign. It means that franchisees are able to build up profitable businesses which can be sold to recover a return on their initial investment and […]

New EU directive – How will it affect family-related leave in Hungary?

By Daniel Gera, Dorottya Gindl Gender equality may be a core EU principle, but it will not become a reality without effective legal action. To meet the EU objective of reaching a 75% employment rate for both men and women by 2020, the European Commission aims to change the existing legal framework. Thus, the European […]

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Tentative steps to full liberalisation

Noises on liberalisation of legal services across the world are now beginning to sound more positive. Whilst the International Bar Association grapples with the issue, the Americans, Japanese and CCBE are also on the case. Now the Chinese are sending out signals that they too may be prepared to look at the issue again. This […]

Dutch firm is first to open office in Cuba

LEADING Dutch firm Trenite Van Doorne has become the first foreign firm to open an office in communist Cuba. The offices will be headed by Sebastiaan Berger, who has spent the past one and a half years building up his firm’s Cuban practice. He is joined in the new Havana office by Rotterdam partner Jan […]

A matter of personal taste

The role of the expert witness in the presentation of planning related evidence to public inquiries is fundamental in winning over the confidence and respect of the appointed inspector. In preparing and presenting the evidence, rebuttal evidence, and evidence to counter alternatives put forward by objectors, the expert witness must maintain credibility throughout which means […]

Litigation Disciplinary Tribunals 25/11/97

James Michael Evans, 47, admitted 1973, practising at material time as JM Evans & Co, restored to the Roll. Evans struck off in 1986 after allegations that, inter alia, he breached accounting rules, mishandled client money, failed to pay insurance premiums, failed to reply to correspondence. Tribunal told Evans completed articles at Ipswich and Hull, […]

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