Challenge surrounding triggering of Article 50 without vote in parliament.
Case against solicitor and legal executive ’should not have been brought’, High Court judge rules.
Institute lambasts HMRC proposal to penalise advisers of defeated avoidance schemes.
Editors say Investigatory Powers Bill has been ‘hijacked’ to implement dormant Leveson legislation.
Labour seeks clarification on whether UK will proceed with ratification of Unified Patent Court agreement.
Shortlist unveiled for a host of region, practice and individual awards for the Asian Lawyer’s Emerging Markets Awards
Volume will be principal practitioner text in all criminal courts, replacing Archbold.
Friven Yeoh is joining Sidley with two other lawyers and becomes the second Asia office head to leave O’Melveny in six months
Plan to reduce payment window to 14 days could increase risk of error in complex transactions.
Centre for Justice Innovation says its plan for 10 courts is practical and affordable.