What are the options to avoid a no-deal Brexit following the parliamentary vote mandating Theresa May to renegotiate the Irish backstop?
Additional guidance in a number of areas has been issued by the Court of Session commercial judges, following a conference and feedback exercise to try to identify best practice
Sheriffs are differing over whether a divorce action raised before the expiry of the required non-cohabitation period can be amended later to found on such a period, and legislation may be needed
A recent case that cast the spotlight on redacted and certified copy documents is a significant one for the debt purchasing industry
A particular threat to intellectual property rights is posed by 3D printing technology. This article explains how it operates and why enforcement of rights is likely to be difficult.
In this issue
- Stuck on the backstop?
- Commercial judges provide new guidance
- Amending for non-cohabitation: is it allowed?
- Debt purchasing and the paper trail
- IP challenges in 3D printing
- Do you come from a land Down Under?
- Reading for pleasure
- Journal magazine index 2018
- Opinion: Mary Glasgow
- Book reviews
- Profile: Kenneth Pritchard
- President's column
- Arrear under arrest
- People on the move
- Making tax digital – are you ready for it?
- Life in balance
- Kindness in court: who cares?
- Why you should keep your website bang up to date
- Control of our borders: the 2021 vision
- Domestic abuse redefined
- Accuser and accused: the law out of balance?
- The vexed question of consent
- No deal for family lawyers
- Employment law in 2019: the certainties
- Detention in the community?
- Better together – the next generation of pension schemes
- One in the freezer
- Land registration: KIR title sheets
- Regulator's reach
- Longest-serving member welcomed as platinum year opens
- Public policy highlights
- Reflections from the Commission
- Rainmaking: a team game
- Coping with conflict
- 2019 takes shape
- Accredited paralegal talk
- Society launches reporting concerns helpline
- Ask Ash