This follow-up to the Commercial Court Conference 2018 argues that there is a need for guidance dealing specifically with recovery and disclosure of electronic documents in commercial actions
Members of Ampersand Advocates instructed in the mesh litigation explain an Outer House decision clarifying how the Montgomery test applies to reasonable treatment options
A recent Inner House decision has clarified the scope of the remedy of contractual retention in response to a breach by the other contracting party
The fuller version of the article highlighting key themes and issues in the Scottish Government's consultation on part 1 of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995
This month's selection of leisure reading, chosen by the Journal's book review editor
In this issue
- Recovery of electronic documents: time for guidance?
- Reasonable treatment options and professional judgment
- Retention demystified?
- Child law: time for change? (1)
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Ayla Iridag
- Book reviews
- Profile: Rachael Delaney
- President's column
- Keeper's update
- People on the move
- Choice answers
- When four ACEs is a bad hand
- Litigation: passing the bill
- Child law: time for change?
- Debt recovery and AI: are we plugged in?
- Technical but important
- Ringing the changes: UK and EU IP developments
- Commercially sensitive? Justify that
- Abandonment: whose use counts?
- Retroactive TUEs and the Nasri case
- Clarifying real burden enforcement rights
- How we deal with leases at termination
- In-house and in the know
- Public policy highlights
- Meet Laura
- Complaints: from "bonkers" to benefit?
- That time of year again
- AGM does ABS – a reprise
- Paralegal pointers
- Finance for dummies (and lawyers)
- Ask Ash