Restructuring and insolvency lawyers are called in when a company, individual or other organisation is in financial difficulties and is facing possible liquidation, administration or bankruptcy.
The American Bar Association has decided not to accredit foreign law schools, a decision that has been eagerly anticipated for nearly two years.
The Department of Transport recently announced its intention to allow Automated Lane-Keeping Systems (ALKS) to be used on British roads by the end of 2021.
Coram Children’s Legal Centre, one of the UK’s first children’s charities, has called for the mandatory provision of an independent advocate enshrined in law for all children and young people receiving or seeking care or support from the state.
What is the appropriate remedy for a landowner whose rights to light will be adversely affected by a proposed development?
This masterclass, sponsored by Clyde & Co LLP and Macfarlanes LLP, shows you what it’s really like to be a lawyer working in financial services.
Many law firms use assessment centres as part of the selection process for vacation scheme and training contract candidates. So how do you prepare for an assessment centre, what can you expect on the day and what are firms looking for? Read on for LawCareers.Net’s expert advice.
Insurance is one of the UK's most well-established and valuable industries and much of the litigation going though the courts will involve an insurer.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange - who is currently fighting extradition to Sweden over sexual assault and rape allegations - has applied to turn his name into a trademark in a bid to protect it for use in "public speaking" and "entertainment services".
More and more of us are now doing things outside of the law because we realise that there are plenty of things that make us happy and energised while making us some extra money.
According to recent reports in The Lawyer, City firm Norton Rose saved millions of pounds and around 100 jobs last financial year thanks to a flexible-working programme and the outsourcing of 60 members of support staff.
Is the construction of HS2 doomed from the outset or have we learned lessons from the key construction issues with ‘new Wembley’?
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If commercial awareness means to you trawling through the broadsheet newspapers every day to find out what’s happening in the stock market, you’re probably doing it wrong. It’s about bitesize chunks of knowledge and keeping updated with the most recent goings on in the business world – and understanding how these cross over into the world of law, technology and politics.
The government has rejected calls from lawyers and firms to lower employment tribunal fees, which have caused a huge drop in the number of employment tribunal cases being brought since their introduction in 2013.
Asons Solicitors, based in Bolton, is seeking to recruit over 300 new staff following sustained growth since its launch five years ago.
The government's exceptional funding scheme for people who have been denied legal aid because of cuts has been ruled unlawful by the High Court.