Rights threatened, says crime ace

Sign in or register to continue reading.

Gain access to the latest news from The Lawyer.com, our jobs board, career insight and much more.

Register now to The Lawyer to access our latest news stories, read selected briefings from key firms and gain essential careers insight to help you make the most of your current and future roles.

Contact Us: if you have any questions regarding your subscription, call us on +44 (0)20 7292 3716 or email us at customerservices@thelawyer.com

Register now

Having problems?

Contact us on +44 (0)20 7292 3716 | email: customerservices@thelawyer.com

If you are looking for our Jobs site, please click here 

Latest Briefings

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 […]

Recommended

Gray's Inn set looks to future with Verulam Buildings move

COMMERCIAL set 3 Gray’s Inn Place has moved to a new home at 3 Verulam Buildings. The set, which has changed its name to match its address, says its new home in the freshly restored Gray’s Inn building is larger and better equipped that its old premises. The Verulam Buildings chambers now boasts a fibre […]

2

All Greek to a defendant abroad

The case of Philip Portington has not loomed large in law reports. But it is one which highlights the difference in the quality of justice for Britons at home and abroad. And whatever critics may say about our courts, UK justice comes out on top. Portington was arrested in Salonika, Greece, in 1985 for the […]

Helicopter crash question

The Warsaw Convention provisions limiting liability for air crashes is to be probed by the Law Lords in a case from Scotland involving a police officer killed when a helicopter crashed. The case will centre on the question of whether for the purposes of the convention the dead policeman was a passenger or was being […]

Nortons ups Paris stakes

London and international law firm Norton Rose is moving its Paris office to larger premises following an increase in staff from eight to 18 lawyers in the past three years. Francis Chronnel, head of the Paris office, said it was established in 1990, with one partner and one assistant, to draw up financing deals for […]

Litigation Writs 04/06/96

The Public Health Laboratory Service Board, of London NW9, is being sued by Patricia Lowans, of Topsham, Exeter. Lowans claims she suffered personal injuries and loss as a result of the board’s alleged negligence and breach of statutory duty in 1993 during her work at a laboratory in Church Lane, Heavitree, Exeter. Writ issued by […]

In-House & Private Practice Legal Jobs

Stay up-to-date with the latest opportunities on The Lawyer Careers. Each month, more than 8,000 legal roles are added to our site - we'll bring you the best opportunities out there.

Get Started

Register now to The Lawyer to access our latest news stories, read selected briefings from key firms and gain essential careers insight to help you make the most of your current and future roles.

Contact Us: if you have any questions regarding your subscription, call us on +44 (0)20 7292 3716 or email us at customerservices@thelawyer.com

Register now

Having problems?

Contact us on +44 (0)20 7292 3716 | email: customerservices@thelawyer.com

If you are looking for our Jobs site, please click here