The public sector equality duty has not been in force for long, but has already been subject to critical review. What can usefully be learned from the exercise?
Legal procedures following fatal road accidents need to be reformed in the same way as is proposed for FAIs, so that families are not left waiting indefinitely for compensation and closure
A recent decision on financial provision develops the law on the treatment of future contingent tax liabilities as set out in Sweeney v Sweeney
The European order for payment, intended to provide straightforward cross-border debt recovery, is undermined in Scotland by doubts and inconsistent practice at key stages
Does the Fundamental Rights Agency cover the gap in monitoring compliance with human rights in the European Union? This article surveys its strengths and weaknesses
In this issue
- Jewel in the crown, or just red tape?
- In the public interest
- Sweeney: room for manoeuvre
- Lost in translation?
- EU Fundamental Rights Agency: the missing link?
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion column: Stephen Gold
- Book reviews
- President's column
- FM officially opens new MBH
- Feeling the squeeze
- Litigation: a numbers game
- Mythbusting! The in-house IT top ten
- Charities and the changing legal landscape
- Heir finding: the sensitive side
- Sign up to boost charity giving
- Law, but not as we know it
- All the permutations
- The truth, the whole truth...
- Shale gas: a complex process
- Expenses up to date?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Room at the top?
- Here comes the flood?
- SGM decision kills "sep rep"
- Outsourcing: the straight and narrow
- How not to win business: a guide for professionals
- Properly engaged?
- Ask Ash
- Sep rep: what now?
- From the Brussels office
- Law reform roundup