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‘Shecession’: what can be done to prevent the decline of women’s economic empowerment?

United Kingdom - March 19 2021 Last week we reflected on this year’s International Women’s Day theme #ChooseToChallenge and felt the impact of COVID-19 on women in the workplace…

Francesca Lopez, Özlem Mehmet.

Professional Negligence and Implied Retainers

United Kingdom - January 19 2021 Usually, the scope of duty of care between a solicitor and a client will be set out in writing in an engagement letter, but there are some…

Jemma Brimblecombe.

Directors’ communications with their solicitors: perhaps not as privileged as you think (Part 2)

United Kingdom - November 18 2020 In the recent case of Barrowfen Properties Ltd v (1) Girish Dahyabhai Patel (2) Stevens & Bolton LLP (3) Barrowfen Properties II [2020] EWHC 2536…

Elena Matsa.

Keeping it in the family

United Kingdom - October 22 2020 A family dispute is undeniably something most people would prefer to keep private, but for those in the public eye this may be easier said than done…

Sian Akerman.

Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 - the end of fault based divorce is in sight

United Kingdom - July 8 2020 After decades of campaigning, predominantly by Family Law practitioners, The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill finally received Royal Assent…

Stacey Nevin.