Brexit v Dicey


With Brexit entrenching divisions, Britain’s patchwork constitution is being increasingly pitted against political upheaval. Do legal experts see crisis brewing?

Under pressure


With no end in sight to high-street closures and job losses, IHL talks to retail GCs about the fight to adapt

Reaping what you sow


We look at the challenges and opportunities present for entrepreneurs within India’s burgeoning start-up ecosystem

The clean-up crew


In-house litigation teams vary markedly in size even at the most regulated companies, but they have taken on more authority and are managing disputes closer to home

Dealing with no deal


With a no-deal Brexit on 31 October now a realistic prospect, we assess how the top UK law firms are preparing

Civil court delays: assessing new remedies to speed up Romanian disputes

Legal Briefing

As referred to in its case law, the European Court of Human Rights has imposed an obligation on states to provide a mechanism to prevent or remedy excessive length of judicial proceedings. Also, in several resolutions, the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers has stated that ‘excessive delays in the administration of justice constitute an …