The main issues that arise over recovering credit hire charges for a replacement vehicle following an accident, a subject that generates much litigation
A new child abduction case shows the Scottish court willing to look at the process that led up to a foreign court pronouncing an interim order in favour of the applicant party
The Ministry of Defence found itself in a difficult position when a deceased soldier’s executor mother, and his wife, both claimed custody of his body. Where does the law stand?
Changes to investment rules have given charity trustees much greater freedom to invest, but with it an enhanced risk of poor returns, and a need for proper fund management
Stress is now the most common form of absence from work, but good time management can make all the difference to your working life and stress level