An interesting article this month (issue 74 – Autumn 2013) in ALA Bulletin, the journal of the Agricultural Law Society, discussed the role of mediation […]
I do a lot of boundary dispute work, either as mediator or expert, and the same misconceptions crop up time and again. These […]
Claims against the NHS for medical negligence have risen by more than 20% in the last year. A total of £22.7bn – nearly one […]
The Court of Appeal has found in favour of solicitors sued by their client for failing to ensure that a binding agreement was achieved on the day of a mediation…
The furore over cuts in legal aid is still raging; this summary from today’s Letter of The Law digest is only part of it. My namesake (but no relation) Anthony Hooper has also expressed his worry that the interests of justice will not be served by the new regime.