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Model Code of Conduct consultation | Feature

Model Code of Conduct consultation | Feature

Most councillors work with tireless dedication to provide, promote and lead best-quality and responsive local services in their areas. But for their pains they can often be subject to rude abuse. Even Samuel Pepys, writing on 17 March 1662, recorded ...

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Remote deliberations: a checklist | Feature

Remote deliberations: a checklist | Feature

In 2019, no fewer than 6,779 arbitrations were lodged with the world’s leading arbitral institutions. This number, which does not account for arbitrations administered by regional or sector-focused institutions and ad hoc arbitrations, only represents a fraction of disputes actually ...

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Decisions and interventions | Feature

Decisions and interventions | Feature

Michael Thomas Barry and Rachel Taylor Application 12051-2020 Hearing 12-13 May 2020 Reasons 3 June 2020 The SDT ordered that the first respondent (admitted 1985) should be subject for an indefinite period to the conditions that he might not: (i)   ...

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Tears in the fabric

Tears in the fabric

Expensive and business-critical, internal investigations will only increase in the aftermath of lockdown, reports Marialuisa Taddia. Source link

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‘Joint V’ Roundtable: Famous Five

‘Joint V’ Roundtable: Famous Five

There is no rule book on how law societies should deal with a pandemic. So when members looked to the profession’s local leaders for support, how did they respond? Source link

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Covid-19 and the search order | Feature

Covid-19 and the search order | Feature

The English courts are both popular and world-famous for the commercial and practical manner in which they resolve disputes. Equally famous are the various forms of interim relief available to the English courts to allow them to resolve cases justly. ...

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Labour pains | Feature | Law Gazette

Labour pains | Feature | Law Gazette

The low down Unison’s historic Supreme Court victory brought an end to Employment Tribunal fees, but what followed has not been the ‘reset’ many had hoped for. Capacity building – especially increasing the ranks of tribunal judges – takes time, ...

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The need for certainty on wills | Feature

The need for certainty on wills | Feature

The Law Society’s practice guidance on executing wills during the coronavirus pandemic opens with this bold statement: ‘Under the Wills Act 1837, it’s not permitted to witness a will via video messaging as a witness must be physically present.’ This ...

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