Tactics can be important in advising on the best response by a client faced with a repudiatory breach of an employment contract, as recent cases show
In advising on asbestosis claims, it is important to consider whether the level of exposure points to liability, given the information available at the relevant time
The distortions regarding the European Court of Human Rights put forward by hostile politicians and their allies in the media
The proposed Apologies (Scotland) Bill aims to encourage apologies without affecting legal liability. Is it likely to make a difference?
The UK Supreme Court gave helpful consideration recently to what must be established for a succcessful challenge to a public procurement decision
In this issue
- Keep the job going?
- Asbestos and the state of knowledge
- Damned lies and bogus statistics
- Sorry seems to be the hardest word
- With a fair RWIND
- Planning land reform: the land of Scotland and the common good
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Joanne Gosney
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Roadshows roll out
- People on the move
- Outcomes, or own goals?
- Power and authority
- Licensed to reoffend?
- Raising the bar for the bench
- Title insurance – under the bonnet
- Working for Uncle Sam
- Family failings
- Shopping with protection
- Private sector progress at public sector expense?
- Rent review: the storm before the calm
- Doping: raising the stakes
- New financial services arm for ILG
- Under starter's orders
- Childcare: the benefits
- Law reform roundup
- Follow the leader
- Five years from when?
- Ask Ash
- Take the money?
- From the Brussels office
- Beware the bank calls
- Mentoring – why?