Anyone acting for a listed company, or even an individual connected with such a company, may be caught by the “insider list” requirements of the new Market Abuse Regulation
A sheriff court case earlier this year showed up potential anomalies in the application of the rules on valuation of pensions on divorce
The CEO of legal tech company Amiqus Resolution blogs on the particular issues that data infrastructure poses for the legal profession
Introducing the findings of the Society’s first Technology Survey Report on the profession’s use of, and needs relating to, IT
This month's selection of leisure reading, chosen by the Journal's book review editor
In this issue
- Insider lists: the new must-do
- Pensions valuation and the “relevant date”
- Data: blurring the lines between privacy and risk?
- IT: the proficiency and the gaps
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Peter Boyd
- Book reviews
- President's column
- The Keeper steps in
- People on the move
- Beyond Yes and No: Britain after Brexit
- Brexit: leaving European judicial space
- Timed out? Alternative financial claims by cohabitants
- The end of the cash ISA?
- We need to talk about Beatrice
- Global players
- Digital: the dark side
- Cautionary tale
- Married to the land? – appealed
- Pregnancy: the unequal burden
- Privacy: strictures and safeguards
- Trapped employers – relief any time soon?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Convenient, but necessary?
- Is there a lawyer in the house?
- From the Brussels Office
- Law reform roundup
- Master Policy: the new team moves in
- The "buzz" of mediation
- Plan into action
- Sorry: the hardest word, made easier
- Ask Ash
- Appraising: what's your score?
- Paralegal pointers