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Court of Appeal dismisses appeal to apply international child abduction law to “internal abduction”
Nick Hawkins reports in CIPD's People Management magazine on the Senior Managers Regime which aimed to improve individual and corporate responsibility and accountability
Kenny Henderson has joined the competition litigation department at Stewarts Law as a partner.
Matthew Humphries and Kate Howard review recent guidance provided by the President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, on the thorny issue of Indefinite Without Notice Orders.
In theory group litigation orders corral claimants into one easy-to-manage group. In practice this is often somewhat different. Fiona Gillett and Tom Otter outline some group litigation order lessons from recent RBS Rights Issue litigation
Intense media attention arising out of the Alton Towers Smiler rollercoaster accident has led to concern over the safety of fairground rides. Emily Goddard and Paul Paxton outline some PI lessons from the Smiler Disaster.
The recent case of Lemos v Lemos and Church Bay Trust Company Ltd highlights both the difficulties and advantages for a claimant of using the Chabra jurisdiction to gather information about the assets of non-parties.
Debbie Chism discusses with Spear's such topics as whether London will continue to be the 'capital of divorce' and whether family law is solely about divorce
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