The Law Society’s Library discusses where to find information about the disclosure of electronic documents.
In our new Q&A feature, we ask civil litigation professionals about their daily work and challenges.
In the first of a three-part series on how to avoid professional negligence claims, PJ Kirby QC looks at where claims may arise around after-the-event insurance policies and litigation funding.
Is a duty of good faith usually to be implied into ‘relational’ contracts under the law of England and Wales, asks Jonathan Haydn-Williams.
A derivative claim allows an aggrieved shareholder to use the company’s name and funds to pursue directors for breaches of fiduciary duty. Kerry Underwood explains the process and considers relevant case law in this important area, focusing on the impact on charities.
On 15 May 2018, the Court of Appeal published its judgment in the joint appeals of the P&P Property and Dreamvar cases. Both cases focus on the liability of solicitors where the purported seller of a property is in fact an imposter. Elisabeth Ross considers the cases’ impact.
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service explains whether it is possible to serve a personal injury claim notification form (CNF) directly upon your client’s employer.
Ever wondered how we put our events together? We give you a sneak peek into what you can expect from our spring conference on 25 April, and explain how we’ve listened to your feedback from past events.
The new electronic bill of costs is here. Claire Green of the Association of Costs Lawyers explains why you shouldn’t panic.
The 95th and 96th updates to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) recently came into force. Cait Sweeney looks at the headline changes.