22 September 2017
Uncertainty over the future of the UK's Serious Fraud Office needs to end, says Dominic Carman.
21 August 2017
The millennials are now calling the shots and older generations at law firms are being forced to listen, says Simon Harper.
18 August 2017
Foreign investors may have a case against the UK government if profits suffer post-Brexit, says Bryan Cave's Maria Gritsenko.
09 August 2017
If a cursory glimpse at the headline news over the last few months hasn't been enough to crush your spirit, try typing 'women/work' into Google and brace yourself for a slew of discouraging statistics.
23 June 2017
Expert evidence is useful in derivatives mis-selling litigation but not always prized by the judges.
09 June 2017
Robots have a role in the workplace but humans will always be crucial, says Matthew Kay of Vario.
02 June 2017
James Campbell of Ogiers discusses trends within the international private client space.
12 April 2017
Has the net been tightened around the offshore world, asks Burford Capital director of asset recovery Daniel Hall.
10 April 2017
The Hong Kong Competition Commission has made its first decision to commence infringement proceedings in the Competition Tribunal. Conor Quigley QC of Serle Court discusses the move.
07 April 2017
In recent months, the scope for using third party funding in arbitrations has expanded - arguably to the benefit of those who need it most, say Steven Friel and Charlie Morris.