Dr Alicia Fortinberry reflects on the challenges facing workers and leaders alike in the post-pandemic working world.
Advising on NDAs raises a number of ethical considerations, as Emma Walker explains
CMA believes contract terms which double ground rent every 10 or 15 years break consumer protection law
The future reality for firms is in stark contrast to the situation before the pandemic, as Viv Williams explains
How Shawn Curran has automated the removal of force majeure language from contracts
Alec Samuels considers the abuse of prepayments and deposits and how consumers should be protected
Drafting effective restrictive covenants in a law firm’s partnership deed is vital to protect the firm against team moves which can be catastrophic, says J
The Law Commission has confirmed that electronic signatures can be used to execute documents and are, in most cases, a viable alternative to handwritte
When I started my legal life in the early 1990s I was taught that it was certainly not the done thing for a solicitor to witness a will where he was named
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