LSLA in the news
Even if care is taken to construct clear limits to a retainer, they may not withstand intense judicial scrutiny, warn Francesca Kaye and Ricky Cella.
This article was first published by Solicitors Journal on 4 April 2017, and is reproduced by kind permission.
The ramifications of RBS Rights Issue Litigation are troubling to in-house lawyers, explains Emily Detheridge.
This article was first published by Solicitors Journal on 28 March 2017, and is reproduced by kind permission.
In JSC BTA Bank, the Court of Appeal has provided further guidance on the rules regarding jurisdiction, writes Richard Foss.
Article first published by Solicitors Journal on 7 March 2017 and reproduced by kind permission.
Triggering Art 50 is not quite the road to nowhere but the profession & our clients need certainty, says David Greene.
Published originally in New Law Journal on 30 March 2017.
BRexit uncertainty, an underfunded civil justice system, and a less diverse judiciary are causes for concern.
London is likely to retain its dominance as the forum of choice post-Brexit, despite EU lobbying that exiting the EU could mark the end for UK litigation dominance.
A recent case highlights the difficulties and opportunities for claimants using the Chabra jurisdiction, writes Elaina Bailes.
This article was first published by Solicitors Journal on 31 January, and is reproduced by kind permission.