The UK Supreme Court has altered the duty on a doctor when giving advice about treatment, in relation to possible risks to the patient. What are the implications?
A recent English case is good news for landowners and bad news for motorists
Another golfer struck by a wayward shot has succeeded in claiming damages. What lessons can be drawn?
When can a company say no to a request for inspection of the shareholders' register? The case law considered
The change in land registration law has increased the risk to solicitors of registering a deed that is void as a transfer of part of an owner-occupied croft (fuller version)
In this issue
- Weighing the risks
- Private parking fines – are they enforceable?
- Scotland – home of (dangerous) golf
- Shareholder details: the right to refuse
- Perils of the owner-occupied croft (fuller version)
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Thomas Ross
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Land Register completion: one year in
- People on the move
- Rights: whose final say?
- The word on the street
- Screen test
- Making the best of mediation
- Keep up the payments
- The right priorities
- When reputation is not enough…
- Sports justice – being seen to be done?
- Source of disputes
- CML Handbook: the new deal
- Perils of the owner-occupied croft
- In-house and in-tune in the Commonwealth
- Stair Society seeks new blood
- New Build Standard Clauses revised
- Law reform roundup
- Leven's last hole rarely in benevolent mood
- Year of the new look
- AML just became simpler
- "My time is valuable!" Oh really?
- Learning opportunity
- Ask Ash
- Technology: slave or master?