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More small businesses are turning to mediation, as a viable, more cost-effective and less confrontational alternative to litigation, according to Business Matters, the SME business magazine. ... read more
September 3rd, 2014
On the face it the changes to TUPE, which came into force on 31st January 2014, make life easier for employers. However, is this a classic case of looks being deceiving? ... read more
February 24th, 2014
Wise words from a wise QC.  ... read more
February 4th, 2014
You can find myBarrister offices on so if this is your favourite directory, please bookmark it now from here: ... read more
February 4th, 2014
The future of pre-nuptial agreements Towards the end of February the Law Commission is due to publish its long-awaited report on whether pre-nuptial agreements should be legally binding. We asked a selection of our specialists to comment: ... read more
February 3rd, 2014
Michael Salter is an associate member of the myBarrister portal, and covers the legal risks of online pre-employment veting and offers guidelines for employer and employee conduct with regard to social media.  ... read more
January 13th, 2014
It’s commonplace for individuals to check out a potential employer’s company website or Facebook page, but does it work the other way around? Is it ever legitimate for an employer to check a candidate’s social networking profile before employing them? ... read more
December 2nd, 2013
Silence can be fool’s gold: the potentially heavy costs consequences of ignoring an offer to mediate – Robert Rhodes QC, FCIArb and Simon Robinson MCIArb consider the implications of recent Court of Appeal caselaw. ... read more
November 13th, 2013
  Amazing Treasure Trove found – Degenerate art looted by the Nazis A major cache of Nazis looted artwork has been discovered in an 80 year old man’s flat in Schwabing. 1,500 priceless artworks estimated to be worth over a billion Euros was hidden behind large stock piles of rotting old tins of... ... read more
November 5th, 2013
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Anyone wanting to watch hearings held in the Supreme Court, the UK’s highest court, will be able to do so online the next working day, it has been announced. The Supreme Court president, Lord Neuberger, said, “Now justice can be seen to be done at a time which suits you. posted on May 5th, 2015
More than 40 years after Lord Lucan disappeared from a London crime scene, the high court has finally cleared the way for his only son to inherit the earldom, according to a report in The Guardian. posted on February 8th, 2016
People who have been stripped of benefits could be charged by the government if they appeal against the decision to an independent judge, according to an internal Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) document leaked to The Guardian. posted on September 25th, 2015