Company, Consumer, and Contract

SMEs lose out as legal system set up for big business, says research

Up to 2.4m small and medium sized businesses (SMEs), start-ups and the self-employed are being let down by the legal system and could be falling into

29 Jul 2019

Traditional partnerships versus LLPs: do partners have the same rights?

While there are benefits to the LLP model, Daniel Sutherland warns those considering making the switch from a traditional partnership to draft their m

08 May 2019

A second chance for class actions

While the tools are now in place to bring collective proceedings in competition cases, the CAT will carefully examine any requests for certification,

18 Apr 2017

Timeshare mis-selling and Abbott v RCI Europe

Following a recent victory for timeshare providers, David Partington suggests claimants attempting to challenge these arrangements have been fighting

07 Mar 2017

A new era for French contract law?

Rémy Blain and Mathew Rea consider whether French contract law could become the preferred choice to govern international busines

13 Feb 2017

To buy or not to buy?

Debbie King advises companies on due diligence in light of Brexit, the interpretation of the phrase ‘close of business’, and other recent developments

07 Feb 2017

Proposals for reform in banking litigation

Ned Beale discusses some important developments for consumers arising out of RBS’s PAG judgment and the rights issue litigatio

31 Jan 2017

Whose business is it anyway: Exploring corporate ownership

Who should own the corporation and should the framework for economic activity be owned by anyone, asks Godfre

21 Nov 2016