Free enterprise

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The low down Debates concerning the role and procedures of the Competition Appeal Tribunal mirror the UK’s dilemma post-Brexit. Are its excellence, diligence and the quality of its...

Enough is enough: it’s time for a mutual

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For those of us who have had the misery of renewing professional indemnity insurance this year, I have news for the rest of you as you come...

Decisions

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Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

Uber and the legal profession

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Gone are the days when people were employed to work in an office from 9 to 5. Technology has changed everything but so too has the appetite...

How to: Win an award

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As deadlines loom for entry into some of the UK’s most prestigious legal awards, law firms and in-house legal departments across the country are gearing up to...

Postcard from Abroad: Daniel H Erskine, Project Execution Services

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English law thrives in America English law thrives in the US as an alternative to American jurisprudence in cross-border deals, internal subsidiary transactions, acquisitions, and in-bound sale of...

Believe it or not

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Several legal tech stories published on 1 April seemed especially imaginative.

Climate change disputes in Europe and beyond

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Climate change-related disputes have evolved beyond damages-based claims to a new and diverse class of legal action. As courts continue to expand their role in facilitating change,...

Lockdown’s lessons for practising law

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Just over a year ago, the UK went into its first national lockdown to curb the outbreak of the global Covid-19 pandemic. After 12 months of turning...

Do we need legalese?

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NO: ‘LAWYERS,’ Kanye West tweeted in 2020. ‘The first thing that changes about record deals is actually lawyers. We need plain English contracts. A lawyers role...

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