Technical legal practice

Successful roll out of Financial Remedies Court project

Eight new Financial Remedies Court (FRC) zones are now successfully operational, Mr Justice Mostyn has confirmed – with further zones to be announced as expansion of the FRC project continues.

Laws of attraction

Nicola Laver discovers how conveyancing firms can exploit the price transparency rules to attract clients

Feet to the fire: making insurers accountable for passing on savings

Despite earlier pledges, the government is yet to set up a framework compelling insurers to turn reduced costs into lower premiums, argues Qamar Anwar

Rethinking lawtech

Jean-Yves Gilg urges lawyers to reclaim lawtech and apply its potential to the reality of practice

Imposter syndrome: choosing your witnesses wisely

Following the collapse of a case concerning a £7m carbon credit fraud this week, Mark Solon reflects on the importance of calling credible expert witnesses

Capacity issues: ending the reliance on doctors?

With growing reluctance on the part of GPs to provide mental capacity assessments, is it time for private client solicitors to look for assistance from other professionals, asks Gary Rycroft

MoJ shines a light on child protection

The Ministry of Justice has launched a three-month inquiry into child protection in family courts after more than 120 MPs called for a review on behalf of victims of domestic violence.