Edward Cooke explains what it was like to take on the government and Whitehall juggernaut in a bid to save local court provision in Chicester.
An epidemic of holiday sickness claims has plagued the travel industry over the past couple of years. Stephen Mason examines the impact of new regulations.
James Perry, Alison Kirby and Alastair Shaw, members of the Civil Litigation Committee, discuss recent developments in the case of Barton v Wright Hassall which looks at how litigants-in-person should be treated by the courts when failing to follow court rules.
Civil Litigation Section committee member Alison Kirby outlines what you can expect from the Section autumn conference on 27 September, which is free of charge for Section members.
In the second section of our three-part series on how to avoid professional negligence claims, PJ Kirby QC stresses the importance of getting your costs budgeting right.
Dishonesty, want of integrity, professional misconduct and negligence: these concepts form a vexed spectrum of negative conduct characteristics from solicitors and other professionals. Elisabeth Ross looks at recent developments to help disentangle these terms
On 4 July 2018, a new Practice Direction – Insolvency Proceedings (PDIP) came into force, replacing the most recent practice direction, which itself only came into force on 25 April 2018. Kerry Underwood summarises the new requirements.
Mediation continues to face challenges in its journey from an alternative to mainstream form of dispute resolution, not least being overshadowed by Brexit. Peter Causton rounds up the latest developments.
In the second instalment of our new Q&A feature, Gordon Exall, barrister and author of the Civil Litigation Brief blog, shares his experiences and advice for civil litigation practitioners.
The Law Society’s Library discusses where to find information about the disclosure of electronic documents.