Halsey and beyond: The Court of Appeal’s discretion on compelling parties to use ADR
City Uni bar student Jaaved Fareed analyses Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil
Ntzegkoutanis v Kimionis: A beacon of hope for minority shareholders?
KCL senior lecturer Anil Balan analyses the Court of Appeal's recent decision
The past, present and future of the Quincecare duty
Hannah Sinclair, Bristol Uni law grad and aspiring barrister, charts the developments following Philipp v Barclays Bank
Competition chronicles: Microsoft vs The CMA and FTC
Exeter Uni law student Dara Adefemi explores the complexities of competition law
What is an act of God? A deep dive into force majeure clauses
University of York law student Phoebe Parker explores the implications of unexpected events in today’s rapidly changing world
K-pop and contract law
Law graduate Anca Andreea Aurica explores the popularity of South Korean pop music and the growing curiosity around artists' contracts
Did deregulation kill SVB?
Oxford University law student and future Magic Circle trainee Declan Peters examines the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank
Greenwashing: the latest fashion sweeping the globe?
ULaw graduate and paralegal Charlotte Cheshire investigates fast fashion brands' 'green' claims
What is the Court of Protection?
Trainee solicitor Leanne Gibson sheds light on this 'little-known area of law'
London’s Commercial Court: Under threat, or concern about nothing?
Reading University law student Ben Holder takes a look at the Commercial Court and assesses its future
Will legal tech doom the billable hours model for law firms?
Oxford University history student Lewis Ogg looks into the impact of legal tech on the way firms charge for their legal services, and calls time on billable hours
The business of sustainability
Brunel University LLM student Ece Gorgun Balci discusses some of the regulations related to business sustainability, including mandatory reporting, directors’ duties and efforts to curb greenwashing
Arbitration’s great conundrum — seat theory versus delocalisation
Leicester University law graduate Teck Sing Voon looks at the benefits and challenges of two competing schools of thought
Still holding up a decade later? An insight into the effectiveness of the Etridge Protocol
Lancaster University final year LLB student Oliwia Maliszewska assesses its pros and cons, and proposes reform to mitigate the additional risks of coercion during the Covid-19 pandemic
How appropriate is the good faith standard in banking law?
Warwick Uni grad Chidera Ofili argues for a rethink of the good faith standard, especially where companies are 'too big to fail', drawing on developments in the 15 years since the global financial crisis
Law firms as social enterprises — the future, or just a CSR pipedream?
Future trainee Bethany Barrett explores whether the trend could take off in the legal industry
Put your trust in computational antitrust
Law student Tanzeel ur Rehman explains how AI is being used to revolutionise competition laws
How to tackle cyber hacks on crypto exchanges
LSE law graduate Hui Ting Tan considers the case for reform
SPACs: What’s all the fuss about?
UCL history student Roisin Blackmore demystifies the commercial awareness buzzword of the moment
Johnson & Johnson split: it’s not me, it’s the (pharma) boom
Only time will tell if dividing really means conquering market opportunities, writes Edinburgh University graduate Paola Lindo
Where is ESG headed?
Good-natured though it may be, the environmental, social and governance model has many flaws, writes Durham University law student Adam Jordan