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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

Don’t let undertakers bury your housing development

There’s no getting away from the fact that building a residential development is often a lengthy process that requires the involvement of lots of stakeholders. However, it’s absolutely vital that a site is appropriately serviced so house purchasers have access to everyday services such as electricity, gas, drainage and sewerage.

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Power (of Attorney) play: Tackling concussion head on

With the 9th edition of the Rugby World Cup kicking off in Japan on 20 September, rugby union will soon be thrust squarely into the lens of the media spotlight for the tournament’s six weeks duration. In recent years media and public attention has increasingly been focussed on the issue of concussion in rugby due to a number of enforced and early retirements. 

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Commercial Litigation Strategy: Lessons from BoJo vs Bercow and the Scottish Courts

There’s a well-known military saying about battle plans: “no plan survives contact with the enemy”. I prefer Mike Tyson’s glorious re-imagining of it for the boxing ring: “everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face”. As I tweeted recently, Boris Johnson is discovering that this remains as true as it ever was. And from the outside it seems that he’s getting punched in the face a lot.

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