Company, Consumer, and Contract

Jolie-Pitt’s pro bono scheme for migrant children to launch in UK

KIND UK will train commercial lawyers to support children with immigratio

Scope creep for airlines on flight delay law

Could airlines eventually be found liable to pay compensation for flight delays following passenger air rage incidents, wonders Ro

The Yukos saga continues

Maria Gritsenko discusses The Hague District Court's annulment of the $50bn arbitration award made to the Russian oil company'

Brexit will severely damage insurance market, predict bosses

Insurers may divest EU business units to other worldwide insuranc

‘Grandparental leave’ will hit businesses with more red-tape, claims lawyer

Extension of shared parental leave to include grandparents will put pressure o

General counsel influence is rising, new research finds

Businesses recognise the importance of in-house advice, says Law Society chie

How useful are DPAs to 
the defendant?

Deferred prosecution agreements can reduce costs and potentially lead to further prosecutions, but for companies they have few advantages over a guilty plea, writes Be