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The Ministry of Justice this month published its final report into their Review of Legal Aid for Inquests. We look at some of the conclusions it draws.
19 February 2019
Remanufacturers are offering superior alternatives to reconditioning and newly manufactured parts, but their offering is being met by an environment of misconception.
18 February 2019
With 7 out of the 10 F1 teams based in “Motorsport Valley” (an area covering the Midlands and Oxfordshire), the heart of F1 is well and truly embedded in Britain. However, with Britain’s exit from the European Union fast approaching, is this niche industry under threat and does Britain risk losing the jewel in the F1 crown to other countries?
18 February 2019
The Government is set to charge probate fees based on the value of an individual’s estate on death
14 February 2019
Brexit and the new wave of health data deals can undermine 'business as usual' operations and the kind of homegrown, incremental technological innovation that health and care providers will need in order to survive 2019.  Read more from the February issue of LaingBusson from page 30.
13 February 2019
Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton is the most important accountants’ negligence case of 2018. On 30 January 2019, the Court of Appeal upheld a decision by the lower court (Teare, J) handed down in May 2018.
4 February 2019
We've brought together a round-up of some recent litigation cases that may be of interest.
23 January 2019
Disputes have always created uncertainty and disruption for businesses, but the absence of a deal on the UK’s exit from the European Union means less clarity for clients over how disputes can be resolved effectively.
23 January 2019
We have become used to the idea that an expert’s draft report may end up being disclosed to the other side in certain circumstances, but the idea that communications with that expert in anticipation of litigation may also be disclosable could come as a surprise.
23 January 2019
The new disclosure pilot scheme in the Business and Property Courts under Practice Direction 51U aims to manage the costs associated with disclosure.
23 January 2019
The latest Brexit briefing on trade marks and designs. British MPs remain very divided on the right approach, with several possible outcomes receiving support, but no clear majority of any of them. The cautious approach is therefore to plan for a no-deal Brexit, which would see the UK leaving the EU on 29 March 2019 (“Brexit Day”) without any future arrangements in place.
21 January 2019
We pull out some of the important findings from Professor Sir Simon Wessely’s independent review of the Mental Health Act 1983.
14 January 2019
We select our top 10 employment law themes of 2018 and make our related predictions for the year ahead.
09 January 2019
The Commission has published its outcome report following its review of the assessment of charitable status for organisations that use or promote complementary or alternative medicine therapies, revealing a significant change in its approach.
07 January 2019
The ramifications of a no-deal Brexit have been discussed in forensic detail and at Methusela-esque length - yet, to date, the impact of total EU severance on autonomous vehicles hasn't got a look in.  Read Ruth Andrew's take in the latest issue of the Institute of the Motor Industry's publication.
4 January 2019
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