Archive for the ‘Civil Litigation’ Category
Chilcot – The Fallout One hundred and seventy-nine. That is the number of British Soldiers who lost their lives in the Iraq War between 2003 and 2009. I would like to apply the same numerical certainty to the number of […]
I’ve landed in sun drenched Dubai… But my luggage is on its way to Mexico! What can you do if your Airline loses or damages your luggage?
When I was five years old my parents went on a business trip to America for three weeks and I had tasked them with a mission more important than anything MI6 could assign to one of their team – to […]
Big Brother Will Still Be Watching You – Parliament Rushes Through Data Protection Legislation Over the last week you may have heard or read various references to Snoopers’ Charter, emergency legislation, protection from serious crime and terrorism and data protection […]
To Tweet or not to Tweet? That is the question Q: When is a private conversation not a private conversation? A: When it’s taking place openly on Twitter We live in the age of social media. Our thoughts, hopes, fears […]
The early bird catches the worm: Survival in the new legal landscape Following the Court of Appeal ruling in late 2013 in the notorious “plebgate” scandal in which former Conservative chief whip Andrew Mitchell was accused of calling some police […]